According to the college, the staff was fired for financial issues but teachers beg to differ on the same.
"If it were a private institution we'd have understood but its 90 per cent aided, they have to give only 10 per cent. How can there be a financial crunch then? There is no financial crunch," said Dr Savita Swami, Senior Lecturer, Sri Sathya Sai College, Jaipur.
Teachers also said that the college owed each of them Rs 2 lakh and only 66 percent of them were given their salaries since 2008.
The college has a different story to say. According to the institution, the money taken from teachers were donations, while the latter say that money was taken from them on the pretext of bringing the college out of crisis.