JNU extends semester registration deadline till 17 Jan amid protests by students against fee hike

Amid registration boycott by a section of students, the Jawaharlal Nehru University again extended the deadline to register for the next semester till 17 January

Press Trust of India January 16, 2020 11:39:02 IST
JNU extends semester registration deadline till 17 Jan amid protests by students against fee hike

New Delhi: Amid registration boycott by a section of students, the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) again extended the deadline to register for the next semester till 17 January.

"The registration deadline for ongoing winter session has been extended up to 17 January without late fees. However, registration will continue till 9 February by paying late fees up to Rs 500," a senior varsity official said.

"After that deadline, the VC may consider written requests for registration and grant the permission for late registration, if deemed fit, with imposition of appropriate amount of fine at his discretion," the official added.

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