It said, “The university was approved by the government due to a severe financial crisis due to administrative irregularities and overstaffing at Annamalai University, after which the government appointed several administrators to manage it.
The Anti-Corruption Department is prosecuting 370 surplus teachers based on a complaint that they were appointed by Annamalai University without following the rules.
Meanwhile, 370 surplus teachers have been recruited in various fields in government arts and science colleges across Tamil Nadu.
In this situation, it is not appropriate to extend the tenure of the surplus teachers of Annamalai University who were hired on contract basis to the Government Colleges of Arts and Sciences for another three years.
Due to this, newly qualified Ph.D.
Therefore, the government should repeal the order extending the contract hiring of Annamalai University surplus teachers to government arts and science colleges on contract basis for another three years.
And order that they be re-employed at Annamalai University, ”said Muniandi in his petition.
The petition came up for hearing before Judge Ramesh. The judge then adjourned the case, ordering the Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Higher Education Department and the Director of College Education to file a reply.
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