New Delhi: In an announcement issued by the registrar of Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU), the varsity administration on Wednesday warned the scholars that in the event that they refuse to jot down their exams, they won’t be eligible to register within the subsequent semester.
“Those who refuse to write the exams on their own will, in spite of the fact that the university is making every effort to conduct the examinations, will not be eligible to register in the next semester if they do not fulfil the academic requirements as per university ordinances,” the assertion learn.
A draft hostel handbook launched by JNU has turn into a bone of competition between the scholars and the administration since October 28 when the administration didn’t enable the JNU College students’ Union to attend the inter-hall administration committee assembly that was to clear it.
The varsity administration argued that the JNUSU had not been notified on account of flouting of election guidelines. The draft hostel handbook proposed to hike hostel charges from Rs 10 for double occupancy to Rs 300 and Rs 600 for single occupancy from the sooner Rs 20.
Nevertheless, after college students’ protests, the varsity administration introduced a 50 per cent concession for BPL class college students, but it surely didn’t pacify the scholars.
The problem is being dealt with by the Ministry of Human Useful resource Growth’s high-powered committee which has given its suggestions to the varsity administration after a number of conferences with the scholars’ representatives.
The scholars, although, are adamant that till all their calls for are met, the agitation will proceed. The scholars have additionally threatened to boycott all educational actions throughout this protest, together with examinations.