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National University Act, 1992
Section/Order/Article/Rule/Regulation Head Note
Sections 20 and 21

A teacher of a private educational institute cannot claim as of right to afford him MPO because of the fact that unless the college/school is affiliated with the National University/Board for conducting degree courses over which the government has no control, he will not be entitled to apply for MPO.
The Appellate Division held that the granting of MPO to a teacher of school/college is subject to the condition that the school/college must be affiliated/recognised by the University. Though there is nexus between the affiliation and payment of MPO, the sanctioning authorities being two independent bodies, none of the provisions covering the field will prevail over the other. Neither a college/school can claim as of right to be affiliated under the University/Board for providing degree courses nor a teacher of a college/school can claim MPO as of right unless the conditions are fulfilled. Both fields are regulated by different bodies by different Regulations/Circulars. There is no scope to infer overlapping of the one by the other. .....Gov. of Bangladesh & others -Vs.- Md. Akram Ali & others, (Civil), 2016-[1 LM (AD) 113] ....View Full Judgment