The syndicate meeting held on Wednesday took the decision after concluding that preliminary examination of the incidents revealed that Sakeer Hussain had failed to implement the directives of the anti- ragging committee even ten months after it directed action against the senior students of the department who allegedly perpetrated the ragging.
The syndicate has also set up a four member inquiry committee to investigate into allegations that Sakeer Hussain had sent a fake report to the UGC anti- ragging cell in this regard and the report of the varsity anti- ragging committee along with the complaint by students was not forwarded to the police for further action.
The syndicate inquiry committee comprises K K Haneefa, R Bindu, T M Vijayan and C L Joshi. The committee will submit its inquiry report before the syndicate by July 2. The issue was raised in the meeting by student representative in the syndicate Shyam Prasad. SFI activists barged into the administrative block where the syndicate meeting was underway demanding strict action against Sakeer Hussain.
Three first year MPEd (Master of Physical Education) students of the campus were allegedly subjected to ragging in June, 2017 by senior students of the department at the varsity hostel. The anti- ragging committee which looked into the petition by the students had recommended action against the accused students including withholding of their examination results.