Hardwar, Nov 6 (UNI) Two university professors and a clerk, who were found guilty of making an obscene CD of a woman colleague, were dismissed from services here yesterday.
Gurukul Kangari University vice chancellor Swatantra Kumar dismissed Arun Kumar, a professor of Psychology, Manoj Kumar, a Mathematics professor and Sunil Kumar, a clerk in the B Pharma department of the University, after an enquiry committee found them guilty of preparing an obscene CD of a woman lecturer of Gurukul Kanya Mahavidyalaya, a constituent college of the university.
The case, which came to light on August 2O this year, had created a flutter among the academia and led to protests and demonstrations by the students, demanding stern action against the accused.
University Registrar R D Sharma had lodged a report against the accused at the Kankhal police station on August 21. The vice chancellor had dismissed Rajeev Sharma, a part time lecturer in Economics department, the same day and constituted a four-member enquiry committee to conduct a investigation in the case.
The committee submitted its report yesterday.
On the basis of the enquiry committe report, which had found all the four accused guilty of preparing an obscene CD of their woman colleague and recommended their dismissal, the university administration had terminated their services, the university vice-chancellor told UNI.
Police sources said the two accused, Arun Kumar and Sunil Kumar, were still absconding, while Manoj Kumar had been granted a bail from the court.