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Delhi University VC puts in papers on last day of tenure
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NEW DELHI: As the tenure of Delhi University’s suspended vice-chancellor Yogesh Tyagi ended on Tuesday, he wrote to the Visitor — the President of India, and other officials, stating he was “relinquishing” the charge as the vice-chancellor of the university.

“On completion of my tenure as the vice-chancellor of Delhi University, I, hereby, relinquish the charge,” he wrote.

In October 2020, the President of India had ordered a visitorial inquiry and suspended Tyagi over an allegation of dereliction of duty. With the inquiry report yet to be submitted, he superannuated in suspension. An official in the Union education ministry confirmed that the report hadn’t been submitted and the probe would continue.

Earlier last week, too, Tyagi had written to the Visitor seeking revocation of the suspension as his tenure was to end on March 9. Even the DU executive council nominee of the chancellor — the Vice-President of India, Raj Kumar Bhatia, had written to the inquiry committee and the President seeking the revocation. A senior university official said no response was received from either the Visitor or the ministry.

“For the first time in the history of the university, a vice-chancellor is having such an unpleasant exit,” said a teacher.

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