The tussle between KCR government and Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan is getting deeper day by day. Recently, KCR government decided to remove Chancellor position from all universities as this post is only meant for state Governor.

The state government is thinking about adopting Kerala’s model in this respect as the divide between the TRS administration and Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan grows daily. The KCR administration is thinking of removing the governor from his position as chancellor of the public universities.

The laws enacted by the Assembly during the last session have not yet received the Governor’s assent, which has angered the government. A common faculty recruiting board will be established as part of the bills.

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According to information obtained, the Assembly session after that would discuss the bills with the Governor. Eight bills are still pending with the governor. Six of them have to do with the modifications to current Acts.

Due to flaws in the current hiring procedure, the government has not undertaken any university recruitment since 2014. To give merit first priority in hiring, the government implemented a new system.

According to sources, the Chief Minister had questions over the recent Kerala government ordinance that removed the Governor from his position as Chancellor of the Universities and replaced him with an esteemed academician. The CM requested that the officials find a mechanism to decouple the universities from the Governor’s authority so that they can be transformed into centres of excellence independent of politics.

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According to sources, the Governor will discuss the pending bills with him along with the constitutional protections that are available to the government if the Governor does not act on the bills by the first week of December. #KhabarLive #hydnews #hydlive