The central university on Monday asked Maity to explain how he could make statement about filing of the FIR against the VC.
A notice inviting people to attend the lecture to be held at 4 pm on May 18 via Zoom platform was posted on the central university's website earlier in the day.
The premier varsity, in its statement, also said that the VC was not at fault for temporarily suspending heritage festivals like Poush Mela and Basantotsab.
Attaching clippings of local newspapers, Bidyut Chakraborty alleged that Mondal threatened to teach him a lesson that he shall never forget in life.
The audio clips triggered widespread protests but the Visva-Bharati authorities did not issue any official statement.
Sen wrote the letter to Visva-Bharati Vice-Chancellor Prof Bidyut Chakraborty two days after the authorities of the central university asked the West Bengal government to measure the plot.
The decision is said to be in the backdrop of the university’s centenary ceremony where the PM addressed through video conference and Mamata was not invited.
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Visva-Bharati has recently written to the West Bengal government claiming that dozens of land parcels owned by it were wrongfully recorded in the names of private parties including Sen.
Banerjee said she would protest against the insult meted out to Amartya Sen during her rally in Bolpur on December 29, and urged all intellectuals in the state to also do the same.
TMC leader Bratya Basu also claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who attended the central varsity's meet on the occasion over a video conference, made "factual errors" during his speech.
The West Bengal governor and the Union education minister will also be present during the ceremony, it said.
The VC or any other senior official of the central university could not be reached for comments.