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Ex-Dean of vety college found guilty

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NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Nov 26 - The retired Associate Dean of Lakhimpur College of Veterinary Science, Zoihing has been found complicit in financial irregularities during his tenure. This was revealed following an inquiry by the Assam Agricultural University at the college recently.

An inquiry commission was set up by the AAU in the wake of allegations of financial irregularities committed by Dr BK Goswami in the college. The inquiry committee consisting of Dr Rabindra Nath Goswami, Associate Dean, Assam Veterinary College, Khanapara and Dr Pulin Hazarika, Director (Extension), AAU-Khanapara met different stakeholders of Lakhimpur College of Veterinary Science, Zoihing and found that the retired associate dean was responsible for unauthorized sale of a pair of bulls at Rs 38,000, two swines at Rs 13, 000, two goats at Rs 8,000 of the college and did not deposit any amount received after the sale of rice, fishes and broiler chickens produced inside the campus of the college to the concerned authorities. The retired dean was also found guilty in auctioning various office furniture, machinery and vehicles at just Rs 75,000 to one of his relatives without intimating the auction committee of the college.

Dr BK Goswami, who was instrumental in rejuvenating the Lakhimpur College of Veterinary Science from the brink of extinction, was ignored by the staff of the college for his financial irregularities for his earlier contributions. But the findings of the inquiry committee have opened up the darker side of that contribution.

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Ex-Dean of vety college found guilty

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Nov 26 - The retired Associate Dean of Lakhimpur College of Veterinary Science, Zoihing has been found complicit in financial irregularities during his tenure. This was revealed following an inquiry by the Assam Agricultural University at the college recently.

An inquiry commission was set up by the AAU in the wake of allegations of financial irregularities committed by Dr BK Goswami in the college. The inquiry committee consisting of Dr Rabindra Nath Goswami, Associate Dean, Assam Veterinary College, Khanapara and Dr Pulin Hazarika, Director (Extension), AAU-Khanapara met different stakeholders of Lakhimpur College of Veterinary Science, Zoihing and found that the retired associate dean was responsible for unauthorized sale of a pair of bulls at Rs 38,000, two swines at Rs 13, 000, two goats at Rs 8,000 of the college and did not deposit any amount received after the sale of rice, fishes and broiler chickens produced inside the campus of the college to the concerned authorities. The retired dean was also found guilty in auctioning various office furniture, machinery and vehicles at just Rs 75,000 to one of his relatives without intimating the auction committee of the college.

Dr BK Goswami, who was instrumental in rejuvenating the Lakhimpur College of Veterinary Science from the brink of extinction, was ignored by the staff of the college for his financial irregularities for his earlier contributions. But the findings of the inquiry committee have opened up the darker side of that contribution.