Delhi: St Stephen’s warns teachers against dissent | Delhi News


NEW DELHI: The principal of St Stephen’s College, John Varghese, on Thursday issued another notice warning action against those creating disturbance in the working environment of the institute.
“Any person or persons disturbing the peace in any manner will be dealt with in accordance with the Conduct Rules (CCS) as applicable,” stated the notice. It is being issued as examinations are being conducted on the college premises and any form of disruption to the exams will be dealt with “strictly”, the authorities pointed out in the notice.
This is the second warning after a letter on Wednesday cautioned the teachers who had spoken against the college’s decision to include members of the supreme council in the interview panel for admissions. The supreme council, a body above the college’s governing body, has six members of Church of North India or individuals nominated by it.
The teachers had claimed that the decision was against the constitution of the college, which states that the supreme council has no say in the daily administration of the institute.
Thursday’s notice also barred media personnel from entering the campus without the principal’s permission.

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