Youth should not remain neutral: Aishe Ghosh, JNUSU President
The 25-year-old Ghosh, president of the JNU Students' Union (JNUSU), is arguably the most recognised student leader in the country at present.
JNU VC mastermind behind Jan 5 attack, criminal proceedings must be started: Congress fact-finding panel
The Congress had appointed a four-me...
HRD keeps a close eye on JNU as classes set to resume today
Having pushed through a resolution formula with the agitating students and the va...
JNUSU, JNUTA continue boycott; admin appeals
. The registrar issued a statement on Monday which alleged JNUTA violated service contracts of teachers and it was the fundamental right of JNU students to attend classes and the teachers union’s action reflected “intention to disrupt normal functioning of the university”.
Leave past behind, return to campus: JNU VC to students
In a brief statement, Kumar said, "Our heart goes out to all injured students. The incident (violence) is unfortunate. I would like to tell students that JNU campus is a secure place. "I urge all students to come back to the campus. Let us put the past behind." "If there is a law and order situation we do not rush to the police immediately. We see if our security can handle it. "
Ministry's fee-related decisions being fully implemented; will extend registration date if needed: JNU VC
The university administration will extend the deadline for the semester registration process again if needed, he said after the HRD Ministry met with a five-member team from the JNU administration, including JNU Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar.
Our demand for VC's resignation stands: JNUSU
JNUSU President, Aishe Ghosh, said that the university students' union has sought the HRD ministry's intervention in FIRs and proctorial inquiry initiated against them by varsity administration.
We are forming a response security committee, which will look into whatever has happened, says JNU VC
When asked whether the university will conduct an inquiry into the matter, Kumar said, “The university is looking into it. We are forming a response security committee, which will look into whatever has happened and bring the facts out."
JNU: In news for all the wrong reasons
Shortly after Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar took over as VC of the JNU, in Jan 2016, he emphasised faculty and students should be known for their scientific and social contributions and it should not be in the news for the wrong reasons. Ironically, JNU has been in the news for the wrong reasons, thereafter.
JNU violence case transferred to DP Crime Branch; Registrar, Pro-VC meet LG
The Delhi Police on Monday transferred the case related to the violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) to its Crime Branch even as two top officials of the premier institute met LG Anil Baijal to apprise him about the prevailing situation there, officials said.
JNU violence: HRD Ministry meets univ officials, VC Jagadesh Kumar stays away
The meeting at the HRD Ministry which went on for over two hours was attended by the JNU registrar, proctor and other admin officials who briefed the ministry officials on the sequence of events that unfolded on the campus and the measures taken to restore normalcy.
JNU VC 'completely ineffective', needs to step out to deal with crisis: Ex-chancellor Karan Singh
Expressing shock at the events at the premier university, Ex-chancellor Karan Singh urged the Home Ministry to get the whole matter impartially probed and apprehend the "masked miscreants who violently attacked university students, including women, and take necessary action against them regardless of their political affiliations".
208 academicians blame 'Left-wing coterie' for deteriorating academic environment in country
"We observe with dismay that in the name of student politics, a disruptive far-left agenda is being pursued. The recent turn of events in campuses from JNU to Jamia, from AMU to Jadavpur alarms us to the deteriorating academic environment due to the shenanigans of a small coterie of left-wing activists," the academicians wrote to the prime minister.
JNU violence: Teachers raise question on university's security, allege admin colluded with attackers
Hours after violence broke out at the JNU campus on Sunday, teachers raised questions on the university's security and alleged that the administration was hand in glove with the attackers.
JNU students clash with cops; Minister stranded for 6 hours
Thousands of JNU students clashed with police on Monday as their protest over steep fee hike escalated, leaving HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' stranded for over six hours.
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