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Writing on the wall has existed for decades, need to clean ideological defacement that ails JNU campus
The fact that left-leaning student groups can dictate the terms ranging from fee structure to the appointment of teachers, makes it evident that the battle of cleansing JNU from leftist and anti-national elements is not even half won
The walls were also defaced with slogans against the Baniya community. A JNU teachers' body posted a tweet condemning the act of vandalism and holding responsible the "left-liberal gang" for it
The roof wall collapses at Godavari hostel in JNU. Students demand immediate repairs.
Candidates can apply for undergraduate programmes at Jawaharlal Nehru University through the official website of JNUEE, starting Wednesday.
The students' union demanded that Jawaharlal Nehru University's (JNU) SC/ST/OBC Cell and Equal Opportunity Office immediately take note of the "scuttling" of reservation policies
QS World University Ranking: DU, JNU slip as 4 IITs make place in top 200; IISc fastest rising South Asian university
Prominent universities like the Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi University and Jamia Millia Islamia have slipped in the coveted QS World University ranking, while the Indian Institute of Technology here has risen 11 places to 174th rank
Police visited the spot and found a body, in a highly decomposed state hanging from a tree in the jungle area. The body is yet to be identified
JNU is not about a couple of student leaders active on social media. Far away from clickbait and public glare, JNU alumni serve India each day in various capacities.
JNU: ABVP members accuse Left outfits of preventing hostel mess workers from preparing food, stage protest
JNUSU has dismissed ABVP claims, saying the sanitisation and mess workers have been observing a strike against the administration and the student union has not prevented anyone from entering the mess area
Those who blow the trumpet of ‘progressiveness’ and wear it up on their sleeves on the JNU campus, mostly support illiberal causes
Talking to News18 exclusively, JNU's first alumnus to have become a VC, Santishree Dhuipudi Pandit said the recent incident was 'unfortunate' where 'passions took over rationale'
Aspirants who have appeared in the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2021, are eligible to apply for the MBA programme
'Mediocre appointments like new VC of JNU Santishree Pandit's damage human capital, youth's future': Varun Gandhi
The BJP leader Tuesday shared on Twitter the press release put out by Pandit after she took over as JNU vice-chancellor, and said this is an exhibition of 'illiteracy' and 'littered with grammatical mistakes'
Professor Pandit will be succeeding M Jagadesh Kumar, who was holding the charge of acting VC at JNU after his five year term ended last year and was last week appointed as the chairman of the UGC
M Jagadesh Kumar: From controversial JNU vice-chancellor to chairman of University Grants Commission
The post of the UGC chairman fell vacant on 7 December after Prof D P Singh, who had taken charge in 2018, resigned upon turning 65
'I keep looking for the Delhi I grew up in every small town I come across and set a story in': Aanand L Rai
"I miss my Delhi a lot. I try to keep that Delhi alive through my films. I can’t bring it back but I can bring a smile to the many like me who miss it as much," says filmmaker Aanand L Rai.
The decision of the council was taken in accordance with its earlier decision on 22 March last year, which was its 157th meeting
JNU removes 'girls should draw line between male friends' line from ICC circular on sexual harassment
The contentious line has been replaced with, 'Boys will be counselled to clearly distinguish between friendship and behaviour that may be considered sexual harassment. Girls will be counselled how to avoid sexual harassment'
JNU circular’s ‘girls should know how to draw line' sparks outrage: A look at when institutions reeked of sexism and misogyny
The Delhi-based university has been criticised for the circular, which student bodies say is a ‘victim shaming remark’ and would make ‘JNU an unsafe space for women’
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