Senior Delhi Police officials who were also part of the meeting were directed by the L-G to take all steps as per law to ensure peace and harmony in the area.
Delhi Police said it is a routine order that has been issued in every quarter and has nothing to do with the current situation.
JNU teachers also demanded an inquiry into the violence on Sunday when a masked mob armed with sticks and rods attacked students and teachers.
The National Institute of Urban Affairs is presently collaborating with the Delhi Development Authority for preparing the Master Plan of Delhi 2021.
The decision, however, will not apply 69 affluent unauthorised colonies, which are already out of the ambit of the scheme announced by the Centre to provide relief to 40 lakh residents.
Under the scheme, a male employee will be entitled to reimbursement of Rs 2,000, while women will get Rs 2,200.
The Delhi government approached the President two days after Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal rejected the mercy plea.
The degrees will enable the sportspersons to even pursue careers in non-sports sectors, including civil service, on retirement from their respective sporting disciplines.
The development comes a day after the Delhi government recommended rejection of the mercy petition of Vinay Sharma, one of the convicts facing the gallows.
Lt Governor Anil Baijal has approved an ex gratia of nearly `8 lakh to 21 policemen injured in a clash with lawyers in the Tis Hazari Court premises.
As part of the scheme, people will get ownership rights for their properties spread across 1,797 illegal colonies, including those on agricultural land.
Lawyers in six district courts are abstaining from work since November 4, protesting against the clash.
On Tuesday, Lt Governor Anil Baijal said it is imperative to restore the trust between police and lawyers and also to ensure that justice is done impartially in the entire matter.
The New Delhi Traders Association (NDTA) president Atul Bhargava has been opposing the traffic restrictions put in place by the government.
The officials said that the DDA still has a land bank of about 1100 Hectare developable land in Dwarka to be monetised.