Seven students from Aryabhatta College of Delhi University have been suspended due to their misbehaviour in online classes. The action was taken by the college disciplinary committee after the female students of the class complained about their indiscipline. A notice was also uploaded on the college website.
The principal of Aryabhatta college, Manoj Sinha said- “The norms dictate that the notice of suspension has to be uploaded on the website. These students were also counselled so that they did not repeat the misbehaviour. The students have already appeared before the disciplinary committee.”
All of the 7 students were in their first year and hence never been to college because of the pandemic. They had sent messages to female students and the female students then filed a complaint with the teacher. The parents of these students were also called to the college.
The principal further added- “However, the seven students remained defiant. As a result, the disciplinary committee had to intervene. Some of the complaints were also referred to the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC).” All matters pertaining to sexual harassment are referred to the ICC in all colleges under Delhi University.
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