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The students, who have been protesting against the proposed fee hike and Draft Hostel Manual, had marched to the AICTE Auditorium at 8 am
The protesting students had earlier declared that they will not receive the degrees but are not boycotting the event
The students stressed that they will not boycott the convocation but simply not participate. They will go in but refuse to accept the degree as their next manner of protest
There were almost 200 students protesting near the Administration Block since afternoon, however the VC has not met them. Students say that he has not had a dialugue with them for years on end
The JNU administration also warned JNUSU ex-President Geeta Kumari "to be careful and not to get involved in such incidents in the future"
The administration's notice goes on to allege that the students on strike have blackmailed the Provosts to sign on the dotted lines of pre-drafted papers of resignation or rejection
The students presented the Provosts and the wardens with a list of 12 concerns and objects they had regarding the draft manual
The professor wrote that he did not think he thought that he has not been able to discharge his duties properly and has thus decided to resigned
Ex-presidents of JNUSU asked to appear for proctorial enquiry amidst protests, students ask for evidence
Geeta and Balaji were asked to appear before the Proctor on November 7 at 3 pm in Room 108 of the Administrative Building on campus for protesting in front of the admin block
Right from attempting to increase the admission fees, to making entrances entirely online and now to fee-hike, it becomes clear the motive is to turn public spaces into exclusive access zone
CRPF jawans were spotted on campus near the Birsa Munda Marg. A JNU student unionist put out a tweet followed by several others asking why there were special forces on campus
The students had issued an ultimatum, that expires 12 pm today, to the university administration to respond to their demands, failing which the lockdown would escalate. What will happen next?
The students have been protesting at the School area from the morning armed with posters and slogans against the VC and the alleged 'curfew raj'
The gate connecting the SIS-I and II will remain closed on weekends and holidays and will open only at 9 am and will be closed at 5.30 pm on other days
In the notice against the VC, the JNUSU accuses him of violating the High Court order and the 'undemocratic and illegal passage of the Draft Hostel Manual'
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