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-August 25, 2023

Moreover, an allocation of 200 flats to each institution has been sanctioned to meet their respective housing and accommodation requirements, as per the officials’ statements

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-March 9, 2023

Weeks after expulsion over protests at the South Asian University, a young man suffered two cardiac arrests leading to complete paralysis. Students at the varsity silently fume against institute’s indifference and strong-arm tactics

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-February 2, 2023

Jamia Millia Islamia is re-opening its hostels with increased capacity after a three-year gap, but the premises remain out of bounds for many students who suffer due to rising cost of living and rents

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-February 21, 2022

The Krantikari Yuva Sangathan (KYS), a student outfit, held a rally today to protest against claims of hooliganism by the administration of Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) The KYS has claimed that a delegation of students protesting for Open Book Examination at the SOL was beaten up by the administration on Thursday when […]

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-February 1, 2021

The Jawaharlal Nehru University on Monday allowed fourth semester M.Phil and M.Tech students from its science school and special centre, as well as final semester MBA students, both day-scholars and hostel residents, to return to campus in its seventh phase of reopening. A notification by the university said those students who require access to the […]

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-May 24, 2018

‘Radio In A Purse’ is a project which — by fitting purses with audio equipment — is encouraging students to come forward and share their experience of harassment on campus Radio In A Purse project, a Bangalore-based initiative, is capturing students’ stories of being sexually harassed on university campuses across the city. Set up in […]

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-April 6, 2018

Institutions that have been given autonomy will probably hike fees, taking higher education out of the reach of weaker sections No less than 62 state-funded universities have been given “autonomy”, which might be good for their managements but might cut off easy and affordable access to higher education, especially for students belonging to socially and […]

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-March 23, 2018

Professor Atul Johri has called himself ‘a victim of politics’ but the accounts of his sexually coloured remarks and inappropriate touches leave little room for doubt The campus of Delhi’s prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has been under the spotlight yet again, with a fresh wave of protests against School of Life Sciences’ professor Atul Johri. The […]

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