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The UGC had issued a similar notification in 2009 too, but there has been no uproar since then over admissions.
Former administrators said the issue was handled at the level of centres and statutory bodies such as the Academic Council.
There is no heightened security or presence of police officers in the area.
JNU protests over PhD seat cut fears enter day four
Several students have been “occupying” the JNU administrative block for last five days over the issue.
Te VC clarified admissions to MPhil and PhD courses would depend on “vacancies”.
Najeeb’s disappearance in broad day light is a more serious matter than our arrest, says Kanhaiya, a year after his arrest from JNU.
The university also released the new admission procedure on its website to argue that the students had “no basis” to continue their agitation.
"We are recognised everywhere, so my public life has been affected. Doosron ke liye aazadi maangte maangte, khud ki aazadi chhin gayi,” says Kanhaiya Kumar
Those organising public meetings were asked to provide details of participants, including name, mobile number and address. Plus, the proceedings were supposed to be recorded.
With the loss of their son weighing heavy, they shifted out of their Sultanpur residence and now live in Chhattarpur.
A total of 410 students doing their BA, MA, MPhil and PhD at AUD’s Kashmere Gate campus were surveyed by the Progressive and Democratic Student Community (PDSC) between October and November last year.
In Bastar, she said, the state has taken a stand that it is “not going to tolerate” people trying to “expose the truth about what is happening”.
In just one year, the university has hit the headlines for various controversies — the February 9 event, and the disappearance of Najeeb Ahmad being the major ones.
According to sources, the university took exception to the proctor sending disciplinary notices to ABVP activists, accusing them of “hitting” Ahmad and “using derogatory language and provocative behaviour” towards him.
Yadav is among the nine students suspended by the administration for “disrupting” an Academic Council meeting.
Red Fort, Dilli Haat and National Museum were the only three places that put up notices of a list of cards that would be accepted.
The EC contended that the agenda was passed in a previous AC meeting.
The notice, in Hindi, urges parents not to send their girls for the event.
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