JNU authorities Wednesday extended the deadline for replying to showcause notices — served to 21 students of the university who have been found “guilty of violating norms” during the February 9 event — till March 18. They were earlier given time till March 16.
On Wednesday night, the JNU Students’ Union held a Council Meeting on the High-Level Enquiry Committee Report. The JNU Teachers’ Association will hold a General Body Meeting on the issue Friday.
On Tuesday, Chief Proctor A Dimri had said the “quantum of punishment” for each student will be decided after they respond to the notices.