Governor forwards report on Bangalore University to Government
By Express News Service - BANGALORE
11th August 2012 11:44 AM
Governor HR Bhardwaj who is also the chancellor of Bangalore University on Friday told the media that he has forwarded retired High Court judge K Shivashankar Bhat’s report on university’s internal affairs to the state government for necessary action.
The one-man commission was set up in December last year to probe the various disturbances and alleged malpractices in the Bangalore University.
“I have already sent the report to the government so that they can take action,” Bhardwaj said.
While he did not reveal the details of the report, he said the report did not indict any official of the university.
“The report does not indict any one. It consists several proposals and lists the shortcomings in the university. The government will look into it,” he said.
FOCUS OF THE REPORT
The commission probed into five areas: Complaints of malpractices in the examinations conducted at the distance education centres resulting in cancellation of examinations
■ Circumstances behind the attack by activists of the Sri Rama Sene on Director of Distance Education B R Niranjan and the persons behind the attack
■ Allegations and counterallegations relating to the construction of the Kolar PG Centre
■Identification of the persons responsible in “vitiating the atmosphere in the campus” and recommending remedial measures
■ “inquire into any such incidents disrupting peace on the campus during the pendency of this inquiry.”
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