According to a Senior Police Officer, the Varsity lodged a complaint on Monday in connection with the ongoing ABVP’s Ankit Baisoya fake degree case, who recently resigned from the post of DUSU President a day following the cancellation of his admission by the university authorities.
At the 95th convocation of the University, DU vice-chancellor Yogesh Tyag had said the university has a zero-tolerance policy against any malpractice.
“We have been able to make the process of admission transparent by the distinctive efforts of those who are at the helm of affairs. Although some cases of malpractices have come to our notice, we have the process of accountability in place and a strong resolve to take corrective measures and we would not like any delinquent in the admission process to go scot free.”
The complaint has been allegedly filed by KTS Sarao, HOD of Buddhist Studies, which states that Baisoya appeared in the entrance examination conducted nationally by the university for admission in the master’s course. The Controller of examinations of Thiruvalluvar University wrote that the Bachelor’s mark sheet submitted by Baisoya are fake.
Baisoya wrote on facebook about his resignation and said he respected the trust the students put in him. He has also been suspended from the students’ outfit until an inquiry is complete and the matter is drawn to a final conclusion.