The committee which probed irregularities at UTech has painted a picture of an insensitive management team.
The report notes that between 200 and 300 employees are under no pension scheme because of confusion in relation to the UTech’s pension arrangements.
It says there are two retirement ages within the institution and three pension plans.
Some employees are covered under the Government’s contributory pension scheme while others are under UTech’s pension scheme.
However, some are not on a pension plan because of technicalities as UTech transitioned from the College of Arts Science and Technology to university status.
The report says despite the government agreeing to cover these employees under its contributory scheme, UTech is yet to engage the ministry of finance for this to be done.
The report says six of the persons who were not covered have since fully retired but have received no pension payments.
The report says the treatment of these six persons shows the insensitivity of the university management.
It has recommended that UTech institute one retirement age and put in place arrangements for all the uncovered employees to be placed on the government’s pension scheme.