DU Vice-Chancellor Prof.Yogesh Tyagi suspended with immediate effect

DU Vice-Chancellor Prof.Yogesh Tyagi suspended with immediate effect

On March 10, 2016 Prof.Yogesh Tyagi was appointed as the Vice Chancellor of Delhi University. The President of India is the ex-officio chief, called Visitor, of the Delhi University.

As per officials of Ministry of Education, Prof.Yogesh Tyagi has been placed on suspension by the President’s orders.

Prof. Yogesh Tyagi Vice Chancellor of Delhi University failed to discharge the duties and responsibilities under Delhi University Act. “Despite clear message from the ministry to fill up the teaching posts in a time bound manner, the process to fill the vacancies has been delayed,” states the order

The order further stated as, “All the orders issued by or issued with the approval of Yogesh Tyagi, Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi, during the period of his absence on the medical ground after Pro-Vice-Chancellor P.C. Joshi assumed the charge of Vice-Chancellor on July 17, 2020, are set aside and to be treated as null and void.” 

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