NTA to reconduct JNU entrance exam on 28 October for MPhil, PhD candidates who faced technical difficulties
JNUSU brought attention to the fact that the cost of challenging any question is Rs 1,000 and it becomes difficult for students to challenge when there are multiple wrong answers in a single paper
JNU extends deadline for monsoon semester registration till 4 Sept amid demands for phased return of students to campus
The JNU Students' Union has been demanding that the safe return of students should be ensured in a phased manner and had written to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in this regard
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
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
Month on since JNU attack, Delhi Police yet to nab perpetrators: Testimonies call assault predetermined, 'impossible' without complicity of insiders, admin, cops
At the time when the masked goons had highjacked JNU campus, Delhi Police were busy filing an FIR against JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh, who, hours before, had her head split in the attack, and was later treated with 16 stitches.
Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest enters eighth day in Nagpada's 'Mumbai Bagh' amid attempts to call off stir
A day after attempts were made by some groups to call off the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest at Nagpada in Mumbai, the stir, which has now come to be known as "Mumbai Bagh", entered its eighth day on Sunday.
Delhi HC seeks JNU's stand on plea challenging decision to amend hostel manual, asks students to register under old rules for new academic year
A bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdher also issued notices to MHRD and UGC which were impleaded in the matter
JNU hostel fee hike: Calls for vice chancellor’s removal not reasonable after acceptance of students’ basic demands, says HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal
Calls for the removal of JNU Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar are now not reasonable as the basic demand of students on hostel fee hike has been met, says Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'
JNUSU moves Delhi HC challenging administration's 'malafide' decision on amendments to hostel manual, including fee hike
On 5 January, JNU had witnessed protests after a masked mob attacked students and teachers inside the campus, leading to outrage across the country. JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh was among the injured.
JNU Students' Union to move Delhi High Court today for quashing of new hostel manual that contains provisions for fee hike
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union on Sunday said it will approach the Delhi High Court on 20 January seeking a direction for quashing the new hostel manual which has provisions for fee hike.
JNU Teachers' Association demand judicial inquiry into 5 Jan violence inside varsity, call for removal of VC Jagadish Kumar
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers Association (JNUTA) on Friday demanded a judicial inquiry into the 5 January violence on the campus
JNUSU to continue boycott of semester registration process, says will ask JNUTA members to hold parallel classes
Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) said on Thursday it will continue to boycott the registration process for new semester and will request the teachers' body to take parallel classes.
Slogans on Kashmir in JNU, blackmailing tactics against VC, stalling of academic activities expose Left’s intellectual bullying
The so-called ‘uprising’ in JNU involved boycotting classes, not allowing faculty members to enter their laboratories, blocking ambulance service for an ailing Dean.
As vice-chancellors walk tightrope between protests and protocol, creation of room for dissent may remedy admin lapses at campuses
The violence witnessed within Jamia Millia Islamia, AMU and JNU stirred up a movement seeking safety within campuses all over the country, serving as a reminder of the strength of politics, but also showing the administrative heads of the affected institutions in a grim light
JNUSU to take final call on movement against fee hike on Thursday; 5,400 students have registered for winter semester, claims varsity
The JNUSU has been observing a registration boycott over the issue, while the JNU Teachers' Association (JNUTA) is on a 'non-cooperation' mode with the administration
JNU registrar says campus is calm and academic, admin units functioning normally, even as some students, teachers boycott classes over fee hike row
The JNU administration said classes in many schools have begun for the new semester and the campus, while a section of students and teachers continued to abstain from classes amid standoff with authorities over the fee-hike issue
Aishe Ghosh and three others appear for questioning before Delhi Police SIT regarding 5 Jan violence in JNU campus
Aishe Ghosh, the president of the JNU students' union, appeared for questioning before the special investigating team (SIT) of the Delhi Police's crime branch regarding the 5 January violence case. Three other students were also called in for questioning.
JNU fee hike issue: Students, teachers boycott classes on first day of winter semester amid standoff with administration
The JNUTA has also given a call for 'non-cooperation' in academic matters over a range of issues, including that of fee hike and the 5 January violence