I am a journalist, working as Balangir correspondent of the English daily "The Pioneer" and “The Industry and Mines Observer”, an English fortnightly magazine published from Bhubneshwar. I was awarded the Trophy for "Excellence in Journalism" by noted Columnist Sri Shivaji Sarkar,in the presence of Editor in Chief -of The Pioneer,Dr Chandan Mitra ,Editor of The Industry and Mines Observer (IMO) Sri Sirish Mohanty on June19,2012.
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FIR AGAINST NURSING TEACHER FOR NOT REPAYING STUDY LOAN Monday, 01 September 2014 | PNS | BALANGIR | in Bhubaneswar
FIR AGAINST NURSING TEACHER FOR NOT REPAYING STUDY LOAN
Monday, 01 September 2014 | PNS | BALANGIR | in Bhubaneswar
A teacher who completed MSC nursing by taking a loan from her own college later ditched the institution and did not repay the loan, the college authority alleged.
According to reports, Anupama Pradhan who was working as a teacher in SITE College of Nursing requested the authority to allow her to undergo MSC Nursing studies in 2010.The management agreed and extended financial support of Rs3, 80,000 for the whole two years course she read at the Gracious College of Nursing, Raipur. As per an agreement, after completion of the course, Pradhan should return back and repay the loan at easy installments every month to be deducted from her salary. She had also pledged to work in the college for another five years at least.
Having completed the MSC Nursing, Pradhan rejoined SITE in September, 2012, but she left the campus on July 27 last after she got a job in AIIMS, Bhopal, said Srikar Mishra of SITE.
“We immediately reminded Anupama of the terms but she did not pay any heed,” Mishra said, adding that she was to pay Rs1, 20,000 to the college. Mishra said that a complaint was lodged in the Sadar police station in this regard. Meanwhile, according to reports, Anupama had resigned from her job and submitted a petition to the district Collector urging him to provide relief in this matter. However, Mishra said that she had not submitted any resignation and had left the fate of 380 students in dark by quitting the job.