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Will student protests across the country pick up where they left off after the COVID-19 lockdown ends?
Students of several universities across the country were protesting for various issues, right before the pandemic hit the world. What will happen to them now?
The students say that the incident occurred on Friday night when they stepped out of the hostel gate to feed strays
Since many had already gone home, BAPSA decided that the members could help out in their individual capacities in their own hometowns
JNU student kicked in the face by guards for trying to leave campus with warden's permission during lockdown
But the security officers were not the only one at fault. The student provoked them saying that he will cough on them if they touched him. But did that warrant violence?
The dates for submission of form for the UGC-National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET)-June 2020 has also been extended to May 16
The JNUSU members say that despite the lockdown, the workers regularly come to the university and do their work
The administration said that the students can visit the Nation Testing Agency website for more details on the matter
There might be a food riot soon: Why these JNU profs have started a petition to help unorganised labourers during lockdown
Are the provisions announced enough for the labourers, rickshaw pullers, washermen and people who make the biggest service sector of the country? ask the professors and suggest ways to deal with it
The varsity has arranged mess services in one hostel of each khand. The administration has also notified that all essential services like grocery, sanitation, electrical needs etc will be available
The JNUSU also accused the administration of propagating fake news. They pointed out the directive of the Delhi government does not talk about the suspension of hostel facilities
He was responding to a query whether the government will sack the current Vice-Chancellor in connection with recent protests in the campus over the issue of fee hike
One of the dormitory which is already vacant, should be declared as isolation ward. Rather than every Hostel having single rooms for isolation, says the JNUSU
Months after blackening the Hindutva icon's bust in DU, NSUI now blackens Savarkar road signage in JNU
In a Whatsapp message, JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh said: "Shame on the legacy of JNU that this man's name has been put up in this university."
With many students going home after the Coronavirus outbreak, the administration decided to install a road name board. Some are outrages, other nonplussed. What is the big deal?
IIT Delhi suspends all academic, co-curricular activities as a preventive measure to halt the spread of COVID-19
It stated that further instructions on the start of the academic activity and when the students have to report back to the campus will be communicated through email
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