A month ago, acid attack survivors, transgender activist, mental health advocates and many others shared their stories at the university's library.
In the first week of May, scores of female students shared horrifying incidents of rape and abuse at the hands of their male friends.
Nandita Narain, associate professor at the college, released a statement saying that the move goes against a 1992 Supreme Court judgement.
On the day of examination, the college reduced the test duration from two hours to one hour and 30 minutes.
The college authorities had to suspend the wardens and female security guards after over 600 students protested.
The letter condemns some of Najma Akhtar's recent statements and appeals her to not align with the regressive ideologies of the old administration.