The rank was based on parameters like number of students who get admitted each year, the range of diversity among studentsthe range of diversity among students, and student-teacher ratio
In an FIR, the police had claimed that the communal clashes were the result of a conspiracy allegedly hatched by Khalid and two others
Delhi Police opens investigation into JNU student calling Indian Army ops in J&K 'against the country'
The complainant said the student linked operations against terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir to the RSS and termed the outfit anti-national
Students, who have applied for NTA JNUEE 2020, can correct particulars like choice of centre cities, photograph and signature in the application form till the extended date
NIRF Ranking 2020 released: IIT-Madras, IISc Bangalore, IIT-Delhi top 3 higher education institutes, check full list at nirfindia.org
The NIRF India Rankings 2020 were delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, NIRF India Rankings were announced by President Ram Nath Kovind on 8 April
Delhi court extends police custody of two Pinjra Tod members by 2 days in connection with communal violence in Northeast Delhi
The metropolitan magistrate extended the remand of JNU students and Pinjra Tod members Natasha Narwal and Devangana Kalita in the case after the police said custodial interrogation was required to unearth the conspiracy behind the case and identify other accused.
Two Pinjra Tod activists, minutes after getting bail in anti-CAA protests case, arrested on separate charge; sent to 2-day police custody
Two Pinjra Tod women activists, who were granted bail on Sunday in a case related to the northeast Delhi communal violence, were sent to two days of police custody moments later in a separate murder case linked to the riots.
Delhi Police arrests two Pinjra Tod members in connection with Jafrabad anti-CAA protests; families not given reason for arrest
Two members of the women’s right collective Pinjra Tod were arrested by the Delhi Police on Saturday in connection with the protests against the amended Citizenship Act in Jafrabad held in February
A critical tribute to sociologist Yogendra Singh (1932-2020) — as a teacher, and his thoughts as a scholar
The troubling aspects of Yogendra Singh’s (professor emeritus of sociology at JNU, who died on 10 May) thoughts as a scholar are critical to understand India’s political future no less than its present and past.
JNU violence: Four months on, police yet to take action, students still fearful and Right, Left continue blame game
A masked mob had attacked students and teachers in JNU on 5 January, but the Delhi Police has yet to take any action in the case
JNUEE 2020: NTA extends registration and application dates for Jawaharlal Nehru University entrance exam till 15 May
JNUEE 2020 | The National Testing Agency (NTA) has extended the deadline for registration and submission of application forms for the Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Examination (JNUEE) 2020 till 15 May.
JNU conducts two-day workshop for teachers on usage of digital learning platforms; over 1,000 likely to participate
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is holding a two-day workshop for teachers on usage of digital learning platforms, starting today.
JNU will remain shut due to the lockdown imposed to restrict the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Charting history of Indian Muslims and the police: From British era to AMU violence, a story of injustice
The recent death of 22-year-old Rizwan Ahmad in the Ambedkarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, allegedly due to police beating, merits a deeper exploration of the relationship between the police and Muslims of India
JNU approves recommendations made by its schools and centers on mode of examination; online tests possible if consensus reached
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has approved recommendations of its deans of schools and chairpersons of special centres on conducting examinations in view of the coronavirus lockdown.
Delhi riots case: Police book two Jamia students, Umar Khalid under UAPA; communal violence was 'premeditated conspiracy', claims FIR
Haider and Zargar, arrested for allegedly hatching a conspiracy to incite the communal riots in Delhi in February, are in judicial custody.
The JNU administration said students have also been "purposelessly" cycling and walking on the road during the lockdown period.
JNU research scholar accuses Manipur of harassing Pangal Muslims in newspaper article, state government responds with author's arrest
Chingiz Khan, a scholar of medieval history was first detained on 9 April and subsequently slapped with various sections of the Indian Penal Code which pertain to sedition, promoting enmity, public mischief and criminal conspiracy respectively.
JNU Registrar Pramod Kumar had warned of disciplinary action against students found involved in efforts to provide shelter to the victims of the violence
JNUSU has 'no legal right' to make campus a shelter for Delhi violence victims, says admin, warns of disciplinary action
In a notice, JNU registrar Pramod Kumar warned of disciplinary action against students found involved in providing shelter to victims of northeast Delhi's violence