Don't tarnish reputation of Kerala Universities: Governor Arif Mohammad Khan


A meeting of the Vice Chancellors has been called on the December 16. Everything will be discussed on that day, the Governor said.

Thiruvananthapuram: Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said that the reputation of the universities in Kerala should not be tarnished in any manner. He said that Kerala has a big legacy in terms of education and that it should not be diluted. Responding to the media, he said that such actions should not come from anyone's side.

The Governor also said that he has not received the secretary’s report accusing minister KT Jaleel for misuse of power. The report prepared by the Governor’s secretary said that it was not proper from the part of the minister to take part in University Adalat without the permission of the Governor. The report also mentions that the University VC should not have approved the decision to re-examine the failed student’s answer paper for the third time. It was relating to this issue that the Governor was speaking to the media.

Meanwhile, Governor has also said that MG university has realized the mistake and rectified it, adding that he does not want to enter into further action. A meeting of the Vice Chancellors has been called on December 16. Everything will be discussed on that day, the Governor said.

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