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No Net for tests, NIT-Srinagar students want to leave

When contacted Friday, NIT-Srinagar director Rakesh Sehgal confirmed that almost half the students in the fourth year had sought permission to leave. He did not wish to comment further.

Over 60% attendance at NIT-Srinagar as classes resume after more than 2 months

NIT-Srinagar reopened on October 15, more than two months after the abrogation of certain provisions of Article 370 forced it to shut down indefinitely.

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J&K: NIT-Srinagar reopens after two months

The institute was closed since August 3 when close to 1,500 students were asked to vacate the campus. The authorities at the NIT-Srinagar ordered the suspension of classes and the non-local students were told to vacate the premises.

After month-long closure, NIT Srinagar to re-open on October 15

"NIT Srinagar will reopen on 15th October! @HRDMinistry @nitsriofficial Wishing all the best for a smooth academic session ahead," tweeted HRD secretary R. Subrahmanyam.

J&K: Classes suspended, hostels closed, hospitals tell staff to ‘be stationed’

Professor Rakesh Sehgal, director of NIT-Srinagar, said about 950 students living in the hostels had been sent home. “The administration gave instructions... We don’t take action on our own. I am in touch with the HRD ministry as well,” he said.

After NIT suspends classes, Govt Polytechnic College in Srinagar directs students to leave hostel

"It is notified of all students who are residing in the college hostel to vacate from the hostel immediately and no student will be provided hostel facility till further order," the official notification from the college principal mentioned.

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Jitters in J-K: NIT Srinagar suspends classes indefinitely

District magistrate Srinagar Shahid Iqbal Choudhary said no instructions were given to shut the institute

NIT Srinagar to shut gates after 5 pm as India face Pakistan in ICC Champions Trophy final

In April last year, the NIT Srinagar campus had witnessed a tense situation as clashed erupted between the local and non-local students

NIT Srinagar: A month after demanding external evaluation, no outstation student opts for it

A delegation of the non-local students had asked for external evaluation of their answer scripts accusing the resident faculty of NIT Srinagar of academic harassment.

JKNPP's Delhi-Srinagar 'Tiranga Rally' to support NIT students

JKNPP state president and former minister Yashpal Kundal said the rally would oppose and expose 'deceitful and sacrilegious character' of the BJP and mobilise public opinion in support of 'nationalist' students of NIT.

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