Action ordered against IP University’s Joint Registrar for submitting flawed report

  • | Monday | 20th March, 2023

Taking cognizance of the submission of a flawed report by the Joint Registrar of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University  (IP) before the State Fee Regulation Committee, education minister Atishi ordered disciplinary action against the concerned official on Friday. The allegations against the Joint Registrar of IP University are that as a representative of the Vice Chancellor in the State Fee Regulation Committee, she presented inaccurate reports of three colleges under IP University. Due to this, the grading of the colleges was affected. The education minister directed the University to take strict action against this negligence by the then Joint Registrar. According to officials, the then Joint Registrar of IP University was the representative of the Vice Chancellor in the State Fee Regulation Committee. She submitted an inaccurate report with regard to three colleges under the University to the committee. This impacted the grading as well as the fees of the colleges. Being unsatisfied with the report of the committee, the colleges reached out to the Court and demanded revaluation. The Court directed the same, and it was found that the report of the Joint Registrar on the colleges was inaccurate.

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