University sub-committee finds violation of rules in Law Academy
Thiruvananthapuram: The Syndicate sub-committee of University of Kerala probing the issues at the Kerala Law Academy has found that violations have occurred at the academy as alleged by students.
The Syndicate sub-committee which met on Friday said that violations occurred in the attendance and in the allocation of internal marks.
It is now left to the Syndicate to take action against the college.
The syndicate meeting on Saturday may recommend action against the college.
The chief aim of the Syndicate sub-committee meeting on Friday was to hear the grievances of the students. The sub-committee found that the allegations raised by the Law Academy students are of serious nature.
Majority of the members of sub-committee found that the Principal showed partiality in the allocation of internal marks and in attendance.
This is the first time in the history of the University that a sub-committee is conducting a sitting to hear the complaints of the students.
Meanwhile, the Human Rights Commission ordered a police investigation into the issues connected with the Law Academy.
The commission has ordered that a police officer not below the rank of DySP should investigate the issues and the report should be submitted before March.
The commission evaluated that the police failed to act even though a large number of students filed complaints against Law Academy Principal Lekshmi Nair.