On Wednesday, the administration of the union territory issued an order allowing unrestricted access to internet with 2G speed.
Students will come to the designated protest sites wearing black to condemn BJP's hate politics.
A child rights organisation Balala Hakkula Sangham has filed a complaint with the Telangana State Human Rights Commission, seeking action against the college.
The chief minister had claimed that around 15,000 university students had hit the roads in large numbers to "burn" Aligarh city.
The university's registrar had issued an order dated February 18 warning students "to be cautious and focus on their studies in future".
It's been three days since the incident but no police complaint has been registered yet.
The students have demanded strict action against the Delhi Police and immediate suspension of JNU's vice chancellor and registrar.