In a recent revelation, it has come in the face that no letter has been sent to Thiruvalluvar University for the authentication of mark sheet of DUSU President Ankiv Baisoya according to the teachers of Buddhist Department of Delhi University. The teachers have also claimed that KTS Sarao, department head sent two letters and three reminders to the Thiruvalluvar University and that they were not informed prior about any investigation. Also it has not been permitted to send any kind of communication to any other university and can only be done by the registrar.
‚ÄúSarao is yet to form a committee of courses to look into the fake marksheet scandal. A committee of courses must be formed if the department receives a complaint, but in Baisoya‚Äôs case no teacher was even informed.‚Äù said Indra Narain Singh, senior associate professor in the department.
According to Sarao, the committee of the five members have been well scrutinizing the issue and eventually they decided to send a letter to TU. ‚ÄúAdmission committee‚Äôs role is restricted to only admissions. They are not required to function after that. The HoD did not follow proper procedure. The HoD‚Äôs claim of sending two letters and three reminders to Thiruvalluvar University is eyewash and a delay tactic to save the accused student, hence violating the rules.‚Äù added, Indra Narain Singh.
‚ÄúSarao shouldn‚Äôt have sent any letters. It is the registrar‚Äôs job to communicate with an external institution. Admission in the department is managed by the admissions committee, and hence, it is the university that should have looked into the matter.‚Äù added another professor from the Buddhist Department.
Following the various allegations on the department head, NSUI has also lodged a case in the Delhi High Court for unnecessary delaying the appraisal.