The court ordered the government to keep the report in a sealed cover till further orders.
The issue related to the assistant professor Nirmala Devi allegedly asking the students of the college to extend sexual favours to the higher officials of the institution in return for marks and money.
The order was passed on a plea by the Revolutionary Youth and Students Federation, claiming that if the Santhanam committee, appointed by Governor Banwarilal Purohit, was allowed to file its report on the scandal, it might dilute the probe by the CB-CID.
The federation sought to restrain the committee from filing its report till the CB-CID concludes its probe.
The college, where the sex scandal broke out, is affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University.
The suspended assistant professor of the private Devanga Arts College in Aruppukottai, some 500 km from Chennai, was accused of advising students to extend sexual favours to some officials in return for higher marks and money.
She arrested on April 16, a day after an audio clip went viral on the social media, in which she purportedly advised students "to adjust with some officials".
It was alleged that she sought to persuade girls to consider extending sexual favours to senior officials of Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU).
She, however, denied a sexual angle to her advice and claimed she had made it "in the right spirit" and not with any hidden motive or agenda.
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