Allegations were made against the Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University that he did not carry properly the duties and responsibilities entrusted to him under the Delhi University Act, 1922. The President of India inquired into the matter and found out the following-
- He did not pay urgent care to sensitive complaints like those of sexual harassment and kept them pending for years.
- He kept many key and statutory posts like the post of Registrar, the post of Pro-Vice-Chancellor vacant.
- There was a delay in the constitution of the governing body of the colleges resulting in unfavorable situations.
- He made parallel appointments in the Executive Council Meeting and Selection Committee Meeting and hampered its conduct.
On the basis of this inquiry, the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind has suspended the Vice-Chancellor of Delhi, Yogesh Tyagi on October 28, 2020.