Protesting against the continuing government-sponsored oppression, the students displayed placards and posters on which they depicted the ongoing situation in the northernmost State in the nation.
Experts saw the move as possible “saffronisation” of textbooks in J&K, which is directly under the Centre now.
The step has been taken to ensure the safety and welfare of the region's students pursuing higher education outside Jammu and Kashmir.
Students say they are distressed by the prevailing circumstances and they have studied only around half of the prescribed syllabus.
The date has been extended to October 10, according to a letter written by the varsity registrar to resident commissioner, Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.
Raids were conducted in various parts of Jammu and Kashmir and neighbouring Punjab for their associates, officials said, adding that four more people have been detained and are being questioned.
Yousafzai has also commented on the Kashmir issue in the past where she had appealed for an end to the conflict in the region.
They have demanded the Education Department and Chief Education Officer to appoint more teachers to their school.
School are distributing reading and video material to their students to save their precious academic year, as there are no signs of the Centre lifting restrictions in J&K.