JNU extends winter semester registration date till 15 January, says students will not have to pay any fine

JNU had announced that date had been extended as information and communication service systems of university had been severely damaged

Press Trust of India January 13, 2020 12:09:02 IST
JNU extends winter semester registration date till 15 January, says students will not have to pay any fine
  • In a circular on Sunday, JNU said the students can register up to 15 January without any fine

  • Initially, the last date of registration for the winter semester was 5 January

  • JNU had announced that date had been extended as information and communication service systems of university had been severely damaged

New Delhi: The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Sunday extended the date for the winter semester registration till 15 January. This is the second time that the registration date has been extended in a week. Earlier, it had been extended from 5 to 12 January.

JNU extends winter semester registration date till 15 January says students will not have to pay any fine

File image of the JNU campus. Official website of JNU

In a circular on Sunday, JNU said the students can register up to 15 January without any fine. Initially, the last date of registration for the winter semester was 5 January.

The JNU had on Monday announced that the date had been extended to 12 January as the information and communication service (CIS) systems of the university had been severely damaged by students as part of their months-long agitation against a hostel fee hike.

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