New row? Rajasthan governor returns 3 private university bills | India News

JAIPUR: Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishrahis decision to return the bills of three private universities after studying them for five months has increased his confrontation with the state government.
Mishra returns the bills of University of Dunes (Jodhpur), Vyas Vidya Peeth . University (Jodhpur) and Saurabh University, Hindaun City, Karauli for reconsideration, giving 35-40 objections.
In 2020, during the Sachin Pilot’s uprising, the governor refused the government’s request to convene a session of the council so that it could demonstrate its strength in the House of Commons.
The higher education ministry said the bills passed by the state parliament followed all the rules of the Rajasthan Private Universities Act 2005, while Raj Bhavan said it found discrepancies. between what is stated in the documents and what exists in reality.
A senior government official posted at the ministry of higher education said it would consider objections to prepare a response. An official said: “Objections will be divided into three categories – actionable, impracticable and unrealized. Those guaranteed answers will be submitted. to Raj Bhavan while other answers will be discussed with the minister for further action”.
Another official, who is involved in the documents of these universities, said that all 52 private universities in the state were established under the Rajasthan Private Universities Act, 2005.
“The universities in question follow the rules enshrined in the act. From meeting the requirements of having 30 acres of land and 10,000 square feet of construction to facilities, etc,” the official said. this office said.


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