AICTE called upon to stop using national exchequer as bonanza to Mafia


All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has been called upon to stop using national exchequer as bonanza to a gang of language-mafia styled Institute of Odia Studies and Research, in the guise of producing engineering textbooks in Oriya.

This mafia outfit is exposed to have stolen away the copy-righted official document on Classical Oriya, over which an inquiry is going on in Odia Bhasa Pratisthan.

Subhas Chandra Pattanayak, founder of Bhasha Andolan, who has exposed this offence in his well documented book MICHHA KEBE SATA HUENA, has, in a mail today, urged upon the Chairman of the Council not to proceed with the wrongful decision and to entrust the assignment to the State’s Bureau of Textbook Preparation and Production and/or the Odia Bhasha Pratisthan, if it wants the textbooks to be produced in right earnest.

The mafia gang had met the new education minister Darmendra Pradhan recently, after which the AICTE has showered this sudden favor on this gang, it is observed.

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