Friends, One important reason for the stature which JNU enjoys today is the non-compromising attitude which the University has shown over decades in appointing the best of different fields as faculty members. But in the most corrupt and criminal manner, that legacy is being overturn by the current Vice Chancellor and his cronies. SFI [...]
Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union 2016-17 Press Release. 17.06.2017 Yesterday, the 143rd AC meeting which was adjourned on 9th May 2017, was reconvened. Despite the repeated appeals from the students' union office bearers and faculty members to not hold the AC meeting during the semester break, the Vice Chancellor deliberately held the Academic Council [...]
Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union 2016-17 01.06.2017 In a highly shameful manner, the JNU administration has announced punishment to JNUSU office bearers, a member of Students' Federation of India(SFI) G. Suresh and a member of BASO Umar Khalid for seeking justice for Najeeb. The punishment against JNUSU members and two JNU students are slapped [...]
The Delhi High Court hearing the petition of Fatima Nafees in the case of JNU student Najeeb Ahmed has transferred the case to the CBI. Adv. Colin Gonsalves, senior advocate for Fatima Nafees, had prayed that the investigation team of the Crime Branch of the Delhi police be completely dismantled and the case be handed [...]
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has said its policy is "not an impediment" to an affirmative action scheme that JNU has scrapped, striking at the root of the defence the varsity has been citing till now. "Our policy for MPhil and PhD admissions is not an impediment to any affirmative policy like the deprivation points [...]
Workshop on Critical Thought and Argumentative Reasoning in the times of Post-Truth. On April 21, 2017 (Friday), at 2 PM, Venue: School of Arts and Aesthetics Conference Hall SAA II, JNU (underneath the SAA Library) Keynote Speaker: Prof. Soumyabrata Choudhary Throughout the world we witness the fundamental transformation of democratic discourse brought about by new [...]
JNU Scholar Subin Dennis responds to the pseudo-intellectual froth delivered in a sermon in Times of India by a doctoral fellow from JNU supporting the obnoxious seat cut in JNU.
The Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre government in a plea which challenged University Grants Commission (UGC)'s admission norms. The plea was filed by Students' Federation of India's (SFI), which challenged UGC's admission norms for M.Phil and Ph.D courses in the country. A bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Anu Malhotra has also issued notice to the UGC and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) seeking their replies on SFI plea against UGC norms. The bench has directed the Centre government to file an affidavit on April 28 with regard to the contentions raised in the writ petition by the students' body, reported Press Trust of India.