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Delhi University to investigate administration spat

The top decision-making body of the varsity decided to set up a panel to probe sequence of events after October 21 when Tyagi and a section of faculty members tried to take over the administration
The EC decided to issue a memo to Geeta Bhatt, who was appointed pro-VC by Tyagi. It also decided not to give any administrative responsibilities to Prof. P.C. Jha, appointed in-charge registrar by Tyagi.

Our Special Correspondent   |   New Delhi   |   Published 30.10.20, 12:51 AM

A day after suspension of Delhi University’s absentee vice-chancellor Prof. Yogesh K. Tyagi for “misgovernance”, the varsity authorities set up a fact-finding committee to inquire into the recent spat between two groups in the administration and acted against his associates.

The Executive Council, the top decision-making body of the university, met here on Thursday and decided to set up the panel to investigate the sequence of events after October 21 when Tyagi and a section of faculty members tried to take over the administration, two EC members said.

The EC decided to issue a memo to Geeta Bhatt, who was appointed pro-VC by Tyagi.

It also decided not to give any administrative responsibilities to Prof. P.C. Jha, appointed in-charge registrar by Tyagi.

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