HC asks JNU to respond to plea to reconsider allocation of all Ph.D seats to JRF category candidates
Advocate Ashok Agarwal, representing the petitioner, said he was only seeking a fair allocation of seats to non-JRF category candidates.
Earlier this month, the university administration had alleged that a few students broke into the library and scuffled with security guards, following which they 'occupied' the library.
Vinod Kumar Chaudhary, 41, who works as a computer operator at JNU's School of Environmental Sciences , set his latest record during the lockdown last year.
The region experienced a humanitarian tragedy on February 7 this year, when a wall of debris and water barrelled down the Ronti Gad, Rishiganga and Dhauliganga river valleys.
The students first staged a protest in front of the library demanding it to be reopened. When the security staff refused, the students broke the window glasses and occupied the space.
He also suggested that the universities which conduct admissions based on class 12 marks should devise appropriate measures for fair and transparent admission in undergraduate courses.
JNU has sought financial support from its alumni to strengthen the infrastructure of its health centre and set up a Covid care facility inside the campus.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers' Association had criticised the administration on Monday after it initiated registration process for the students admitted in 2020-21.
JNUSU councillors Amrit Raj and Anagh Pradeep also appealed to the body to issue fresh guidelines with respect to conduct of examinations.
The camp will be organised from April 29-May 1 at the Faculty Club, near the railway reservation centre within the campus, and beneficiaries will have to register themselves for taking the shot.
Delhi COVID crisis: Ashoka Hotel to be used as health facility for judicial staff; JNU to host screening camp over next two days
In an order issued by the sub-divisional magistrate of Chanakyapuri on Sunday, it was stated that the COVID facility at Ashoka Hotel will be associated with Primus Hospital.
The JNU, in an order issued late on Monday, said all dhabas and eateries will remain out of bounds for customers, however, home delivery service will be allowed.
In a notice dated April 9, the university announced that all the terminal M Phil, M Tech and Ph D students will be able to submit their thesis by December 31 this year.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration on Tuesday announced that it will only allow asymptomatic staff members to attend its offices, laboratories and libraries.
The AICCTU alleged that the workers had been paid a meagre Rs 9,000 in the name of a month's salary after the two weeks' strike.