JNU Admission 2017: Prospectus to be released after 3 March

Feb 2017 Source: MOTACHASHMA

JNU Admission 2017. Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) prospectus for admission 2017 is possibly going to release after 3 March 2017 as the JNU administration has lodged a FIR against the group of students who have been blocking the access to the University’s administrative block since last 1 week. Usually, the application process for JNU admissions starts in February itself.

The FIR says that the students have not allowed university staff to enter the building. The JNU administration has also informed Delhi high court that it has lodged a FIR against students. It also urged the Delhi high court to direct police to provide help on the issue.

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The JNU registrar has given an oral undertaking to the Delhi high court that there will be no prospectus till 3 March 2017, the date of next hearing on the issue. JNU Vice-Chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar said that they will continue to talk to the students to sort out the issue soon. Last time he also said that if the students do not vacate the building, the law would take its own course.

However, the JNU students are blaming the University Administration of delaying the admission prospectus and the students are also saying the administration also working on a full-blown design to shut down the university. A human chain organised by the JNU Students’ Union on Friday to mark their protest against the JNU administration and VC.

JNU Admission Delay - Highlights of the News

 

The JNU registrar has given an oral undertaking to the Delhi high court that there will be no prospectus till 3 March 2017.  The Delhi police has also confirmed receiving a complaint from the University chief security officer. Chinmoy Biswal, ACP (South Delhi-1) said that “The complaint alleged that 14 student leaders and some 40-50 students have wrongfully restrained officials from performing their duties. A FIR has been registered at Vasant Kunj north police station on February 15 under various sections of the IPC”.

  • JNU Teachers’ Association president Ayesha Kidwai said the JNU Vice Chancellor had claimed on Thursday that the amended admission rules will not be implemented and the students who are currently enrolled in the university will not suffer the problem, but next day, a notice from JNU administration contradicted the statement of Vice Chancellor. She also said that the JNU administration issued a circular to all departments in JNU to recalculate the possible intake in M.Phil and PhD course.

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