The Report contains one Performance Audit (PA) and 23 paragraphs relating to excess, irregular, unfruitful expenditure, avoidable payments, losses to State Government, shortcomings in implementation of rules and programmes, etc;. involving money value of Rs 16,715.89 crore. An amount of Rs 1.31 crore was recovered in 60 cases during 2017-18 by various departments after being pointed out by the Audit through Inspection Reports.
PA on working of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University brought out instances of lack of shortfall in enrollment in PG Diploma and MBA courses, shortage of teaching and non-teaching staff, lack of basic amenities in hostels, incomplete research projects, non-obtaining Intellectual Property Rights of technologies, failure of crops, poor utilization of cultivable land in five KVKs, non-establishment of community radio stations and non-utilization of grants which undermined the objectives of the University.
There were instances of systemic deficiencies in availability and quality control of urea, systemic deficiencies in monitoring of ground water use in notified areas, avoidable interest burden on State exchequer, loss due to suspected misappropriation of paddy, irregularities in collection of samples and laboratory analysis of medicines, shortcomings in procurement of medicines and equipment, wasteful and avoidable expenditures, shortcoming in e-Procurement System, short realisation of inspection fee for boilers, incomplete projects, inadmissible payment, shortcomings in development of infrastructure under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, Grant of licences to colonisers without assessing financial adequacy, systemic deficiencies impacting revenue generation in Haryana Shahri Vikas Pradhikaran, Irregularities in execution of Sports Complex Projects, Allotment of works to an ineligible contractor and Underutilisation of buses.