RE: [MTC Global] Declare assets, says teacher education council to all employees

Simple eyewash. Corrupt officials are much more smart than the officials and despite getting all the details, they will neither be able to stop the underhand dealings nor prove any corruption charges against anybody. Unless law permits private citizen to sue the government official without any hindrance for his  action or inaction and subject him to both financial loss as well cognizable offence, nothing will change.


Virendra Goel


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Subject: [MTC Global] Declare assets, says teacher education council to all employees


Employees of the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) have recently been asked for  furnish details of their income and assets, after it received several complaints of corruption against sections of staff members.

There have been complaints of corruption against employees to the council, authorised to provide recognition to B.Ed colleges and other teacher training institutes.

There have been accusations of processing recognition applications of colleges selectively.

A senior NCTE official said, "To ensure transparency and leave no scope for any act of corruption, all employees have been asked to provide details of their incomes, vehicles and properties in the past three years."

The details, as per officials, were sought from the employees in the past too. Now, although, it has been made mandatory. Commissions website will soon put up the details.

Back in 2015, the Lok Sabha had been informed by the then HRD Minister Smriti Irani, of the establishment of a vigilance wing designed to look into complaints of corruption against NCTE officials.

Source: PTI




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