The Kerala high court has banned all forms of agitations by student groups in school and college campuses in the state.
Tag: campus politics
When I Stood For DUSU President
Being a woman candidate who had curfew timings at home, campaigning during the night was freedom for me.
Towards a New Civil Society
Indian civil society must stop buying the divisive agenda peddled by right-wing propaganda outlets and join hands to fight the hate.
What My First Brush With Campus Politics Taught Me
A protest march is all about reclaiming public spaces and holding the system accountable.
Student Elections Slated to Return to Maharashtra After 1994 Ban
Student elections will return to colleges across the state in September 2019, for the first time in 25 years.
Used Condoms in Your Hostel Room? Prepare Yourself for Public Humiliation if You’re at IIT-Madras
The administration has also levied a fine of Rs 5,000 on the student for owning cigarettes, matchboxes and condoms.
IIT-M Students Allege Harassment by Vigilance Officers, Dean Denies Charges
An informal report compiled by the students alleged rampant "moral policing" by security personnel, non-academic staff, faculty and fellow students.
The Days of Authoritarian College Administrators Are Over
Students are asserting their right to education by protesting against curfews, exorbitant fee hikes and discriminatory university rules all over the country.
Last Year, JNU Spent Rs 4 Crore on Library, Rs 17 Crore on Security
This year, the library budget has allegedly been slashed to Rs 1.7 crore.
Victim Blaming, Bias Against North Indians Common, Say SRM University Students
"Even in the past male workers did masturbate in front of girls both on campus and off campus... and our complaints were not taken seriously," recalled a student.