Teachers alleged that though the college has been getting a grant-in-aid of 95 per cent since 2008, from the government, the management was refusing them benefits. The teachers point out that as they are governed by the HP University Statutes and not a private body, they should not be denied their financial rights.
The teachers have also threatened to move court if action was not taken at the earliest.
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