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Calcutta HC: University Cannot Deduct Portion of Salary Without Obtaining Consent - (29 Jul 2021)


Calcutta High Court has opined that a University cannot deduct a portion of the salary of its employees, as donation, without obtaining their consent in a plea filed by professors of the Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan against the order of the Registrar compelling them to donate a day's salary to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund, West Bengal/West Bengal State Emergency Relief Fund.


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