Thiruvalluvar University confirms that Ankiv Baisoya never enrolled in varsity or college

05 Oct, 2018
Thiruvalluvar University confirms that Ankiv Baisoya never enrolled in varsity or college

Noida: On October 3, the registrar of Thiruvalluvar University in Tamil Nadu sent the written confirmation to the state’s principal secretary of education mentioning the fact that Ankiv Baisoya, Delhi University Students’ Union President had never studied at the university as claimed by him. The Thiruvalluvar University registrar further stated that the certificate submitted by Ankiv in Delhi University to undergo post graduation was false.

The whole story came into picture after the appointment of Ankiv Baisoya as the president of Delhi University Students’ Union in the month of September. At that time, a letter was circulated by the Congress led National Students’ Union of India from Thiruvalluvar University’s Controller of Examinations mentioning that Baisoya had presented fake certificates to the department of Buddhist Studies in Delhi University for admission purpose.

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Praishad leader, Baisoya, had strongly convicted that he has been the part of Thiruvalluvar University in Tamil Nadu’s Vellore from the years 2013 to 2016 and studied various kinds of subjects.

On contrary, V Peruvalluthi, Thiruvalluvar University Registrar quoted, “Ankiv Baisoya has never been enrolled in our university or any of our affiliated colleges and is not the student of Thiruvalluvar University.”

The registrar further added that the letter received from the controller of the examination was genuine. He stated, “the certificate Baisoya has given to DU for admission in PG course is false and does not belong to our university. The examination controller has provided a letter mentioning that the certificate is fake and this fact is determined post verification of the records from the controller of examinations office.”

Delhi University has taken an initiative to enquire about the case however it is not firm on it.

The head of Buddhist Studies department, KTS Sarao, told the media that the university has approached to Thiruvalluvar University with six semester mark sheets for proper scrutiny and verification. The department of DU has also stated that they are yet to receive the proper response on this from the university.

In the mean time, Delhi University has taken the decision of bundling up this Baisoya case of fake certificates with other 200 cases of this type as reported by the media. The university cannot take any further step against or in favor of Baisoya till the time they do not get clarity on the matter.

Sarao also quoted that he had got 12 complaints of fake mark sheet submission against 200 students.

Writer by passion, journalist by profession, Ankit has a sensitive nose for news, especially about educational affairs.

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