Family members of universities, employees of HEIs who die from Kovid will get compassionate appointment

Family members of universities, employees of HEIs who die from Kovid will get compassionate appointment

INDORE: Family members of teaching and non-teaching staff of universities and government higher educational institutions (HEIs) of Indore division who died from Kovid-19 will get compassionate appointment in government colleges.

The Directorate of Higher Education (DHE) has also directed to speed up the process of compassionate appointment.

Dr. Suresh Silavat, Additional Director, DHE, Indore, told TOI, “The department has directed that the process is to be fast tracked and we are making sure that all the information collected is verified and following the process. ”


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He said that the department would take necessary documents such as Kovid-19 positive report, hospital admission documents, affidavits from family members of those who tested positive and those who were treated at home.

Nineteen teaching and non-teaching employees of more than 40 government colleges in Indore division lost the Kovid-19 battle out of 292 who tested positive for the virus.

According to the data sent to the Higher Education Department, 176 positives were found in 11 government colleges in Indore district, out of which eight died.

The eight staff consisted of four professors, two visiting faculty members, three grade three and one grade four staff.

The administrative officer of Mata Jijabai Government PG Girls College, Dr. MD Somani informed that information is being collected from all government colleges in Indore district including Government Holkar Science College, Atal Bihari Bajpayee Government Arts and Commerce College. , New Science College, Government Law College, Mata Jijabai Government Girls PG College (Old GDC), New GDC College, Government College Rau, Bherulal Patidar Government College, Saver Government College, Sanskrit College etc.

On the other hand, there were 12 deaths from Kovid-19 at Devi Ahilya University (DAVV) alone.

According to a DAVV spokesperson, Dr. Chandan Gupta 140 has so far tested positive for Kovid-19.

Three of the 13 deaths were faculty members and nine employees.

The university has already set up a committee to initiate a compassionate appointment process.

900 employees of Indore Div colleges tested + ve

In the midst of the epidemic, more than 900 employees of government and private higher educational institutions (HEIs) of Indore division tested positive.

Although DHE did not ask for data from private colleges, according to the Private Colleges Association, about 500 employees of 72 colleges tested positive.


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