Outside Mumbai University’s Vidyanagri campus at Kalina, the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad held the first edition of its ‘JNU ka sach’ (Truth of JNU) awareness programme, which was briefly disrupted by members of the All India Students Federation (AISF).
According AICTE officials, the move is to ensure that colleges do not resort to shortcuts or submit fake information, as the approval process has gone online and there is no physical verification of details provided.
Officials from the state board said that as the screen shot of the paper didn’t reach many students, it cannot be treated as a paper leak and hence there is no need for a re-exam, which would inconvenience lakhs of students.
The students now fear this will lead to many candidates not applying for non-NET fellowships at central institutes and universities like TISS, or universities not giving admissions for the fear of paying from their pockets.
More than 360 scholars and academics from Oxford University, Cambridge University and London School of Economics have signed a letter titled “#standwith JNU” which blames and condemns the BJP government for the action against JNU students. “We condemn the BJP government-sanctioned police action in the JNU campus and the illegal detention of the JNUSU President […]
TISS teachers, academicians and students held a meeting in the campus Thursday, outside the institute’s convention centre. All the teachers and students wore black badges and decided to not conduct lectures on the campus for a day.