JNU forms a committee to solve clash between students and administration

However, the move criticised by the varsity's students' union who said the so-called committee of the JNU administration timed before the high-powered committee appointed by the HRD ministry gives its recommendations, they said.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: November 25, 2019 13:17 IST
JNU forms a committee to solve clash between students and administration

The Jawaharlal Nehru University on Sunday formed a seven-member high-level committee for resolution of the ongoing conflict between students and the administration.

 
The committee has to get suggestions from student representatives to find solutions to the impasse over a proposed hostel fee hike among other issues. The students got time till today evening to send their suggestions.
 
“The level of shamelessness with this administration continues to rise wherein the mail has not sent to the JNUSU even as government-appointed committees find it common sense to recognize the legitimacy of the elected union,” they said.
 
The three-member high-powered committee constituted by the HRD ministry on November 18 to restore normal functioning of the varsity has concluded its discussions with various stakeholders and is likely to submit its report soon.
 
However, the move criticized by the varsity's students' union who said the so-called committee of the JNU administration timed before the high-powered committee appointed by the HRD ministry gives its recommendations, they said.




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