In October 2018, female students had accused S.K. Chaube of passing vulgar comments and making obscene gestures during an excursion to Odisha.
The visa will allow eligible students to look for work, in any career or position of their choice, for two years after completing their studies.
On Wednesday, the Delhi High Court sought response of the University on a plea by three SFI students alleging that they were illegally restrained from filing their nominations for elections.
The Delhi high court on Friday restricted the varsity from notifying the results.
A senior official said that they were unsure whether the students had taken necessary permission to screen the documentary.
The vice chancellor, in a television channel, said that strict action will be taken against the perpetrators.
The opposition raised questions over the clause on 'anti-national' activities in the Bill, saying that it is an attempt to defame a particular university.