JNU ADMIN BUILDING
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”.
JNU violence: Teachers raise question on university's security, allege admin colluded with attackers
Hours after violence broke out at the JN...
JNU Violence: Maharashtra minister joins students' protest in Mumbai
Maharashtra minister Jitendra Awhad of NCP joined the students at the pr...
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 professor withdraws from panel citing situation in university
Eminent economist and JNU professor C P Chandrasekhar on Monday said he had withdrawn from the newly-constituted 28-member Standing Committee on Statistics (SCES), chaired by former chief statistician Pranob Sen, citing the situation in the university.
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 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 admin advised HRD min to shut campus, but government refused
The report fails to explain how outsiders entered the campus wearing masks. Instead, it says the university called in the police because students opposing the semester registration process got “aggressive” with those who had come to register themselves.
Govt to roll back fee hike if JNU students talk, stop laying siege
The students plan to march to Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday and also boycott exams. The issue has been taken up in Parliament and has also been discussed in detail by the Human Resource Development ministry with both Home Minister Amit Shah and the Prime Minister’s Office.
Students vacated admin building, will attend office: JNU VC; JNUSU dismisses claim
Delhi Police is set to provide adequate security to the JNU vice-chancellor and other officials who are going to start attending office in the JNU campus where the agitating students are protesting against the fee hike. The students said they will not vacate the administration block till their demands, including rollback of hostel fee hike, are met.
JNU admin panel recommends concession in utility, service charges for all students
The committee scrutinised the estimated utility and service charges in the hostels, which is Rs 2,000 per month, including electricity and water charges of Rs 300 a month. The panel has recommended that Rs 1,000 may be charged per month in place of Rs 2,000 a month towards the utility and service charges for all the students.
View: Can we have angel investors footing JNU’s hostel fees?
This week, once again, JNU blipped on our radar, this time with the same scruffy students protesting against a proposed hostel fee hike. The current hostel mess security deposit (refundable) is Rs 5,500, a monthly accommodation fee for a single-occupancy room Rs 20, and Rs 10 for a double-occupancy room. Yes, a piddly amount.
Watch: JNU students continue protest, not satisfied with partial roll back in fee
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students continued to protest on Nov 14. They staged protest alleging that only a partial roll back in the...
Politically motivated, says teachers association on JNU admin asking Romila Thapar for CV
JNUTA called it a "deliberate attempt to try and dishonour those who have been critical of the current administration".It demanded a formal retraction of the move and said a personal apology be issued to Thapar.
With steep fee hike, Jawaharlal Nehru University leaves many foreign students out in the cold
Under JNU's new fee policy for International students, there has been a 100 per cent rise for the in-absentia category.
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