Appeals to Chancellor
51. (1) An appeal against the order of any Officer or Authority of the University affecting any person or class of persons in the University may be made by petition to the
Chancellor who shall send a copy of any such petition to the officer or Authority concerned and shall give such officer or Authority an opportunity to show cause why the appeal should not be entertained.
(2) The Chancellor may reject any such appeal or may, if he thinks fit, appoint an Enquiry Commission consisting of such persons as are not officers of the University or members of any Authority thereof, to inquire into the matter and to submit to him a report thereon.
(3) The Chancellor shall, on receipt of the Enquiry Commission's report, send a copy thereof to the Syndicate and the Syndicate shall take the report into consideration and shall, within three months of the receipt thereof, pass a resolution thereon which shall be communicated to the Chancellor who shall then take such action on the report of the Enquiry Commission and resolution of the Syndicate as he may think fit.
(4) An Enquiry Commission appointed under sub-section (2) may require any officer or Authority of the University to furnish it with such papers or information as are, in the opinion of the Enquiry Commission, relevant to the matter under inquiry, and such officer or Authority shall be bound to comply with such requisition.