Tupas insisted that funds had been sent to NIPSC for ISQ.
Graduates of NIPSC, who benefited from ISQ, protested the refusal of the school to release their records since they could not apply for jobs without transcripts.
Palmares, in an earlier interview, said NIPSC received an Audit Observation Memo, dated Feb.
Tupas said that from 2007 to 2013, the ISQ and the government paid NIPSC more than P100 million for the scholars.
The court, on April 8, issued two separate 20-day temporary restraining orders (TRO) against NIPSC officials.
On April 8, the Iloilo Regional Trial Court in Barotac Viejo issued two separate 20-day rulings against the NIPSC
, restraining it from requiring incoming senior students who are ISQ scholars from first paying their debts before enrolling, and from withholding school records and documents from graduates with unpaid tuition and other fees.
The scholars were, however, still allowed to enroll because Tupas assured the school officials and students that he would seek funds from other sources to finance the program, NIPSC president Ma.
The COA memo also recommended that NIPSC should exhaust all legal means to collect the fees.
Neil Tupas had described the NIPSC action as 'illegal, corrupt and oppressive.