Why have granted an operating license to the EIILM while the University Grants Commission (UGC) had objected to since 2007? This is the answer that investigators are trying to get from the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). They opened an investigation into the operation that granted the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) to EIILM Mauritius Branch Campus license.
After taking possession of a series of documents, including correspondence between the TEC and UGC since 2007 or e-mails that cast doubt on the operation of EIILM, the ICAC would confront the protagonists of the time these different pieces of information. Anti-corruption commission investigators believe that "they are authentic documents" and should now "challenge other players. "
According to the sleuths of the ICAC, we can not ask a person. Hence the reason they plan to proceed with the examination of various members of the Board who had looked into the operating permit of EIILM since 2007.
Suddenly, the former director of the TEC, Praveen Mohadeb could be questioned. In this regard, the anti-corruption commission would seek to know why is it that the TEC has indeed given the green light to EIILM despite the fact that the correspondence between the UGC and Praveen Mohadeb come clearly say "EIILM Sikkim is not included in the list of Universities Being maintained under section 2 (f) of the UGC Act 1956. " This correspondence, emphasize, was sent by Ashok Mahajan, deputy secretary of the UGC.
The ICAC has also contacted the managers of the UGC, including the Secretary Akhilesh Gupta, to get more details on the various Public Notices she issued in June and September. The last record was addressed exclusively to EIILM University and had clearly asked this Indian institution to close its branches around the world with immediate effect. The UGC had stated that it would be obliged to apply sanctions under the powers conferred by UGC Act 1956 if his demand was not met.
They were a hundred students have shown to EIILM aggressive towards members of the press during the press conference held by Rama Valayden in the presence of the Director of EIILM, Sunil Jeetah. Whenever Rama Valayden response to a question from journalists, the audience, composed of students and parents took the opportunity to mock journalists.
Some even took pleasure in pointing their cameras in the faces of journalists to strafe or shoot. After the press conference, other students had fun inate 'get well soon' vis-à-vis the media. The director of the EIILM who had felt that the atmosphere was tense for journalists preferred escort to avoid skidding.