Recently, a film was shot at the Jamia Millia Islamia campus, but classes – just like in AMU and DU – are still continuing offline, leaving students in a …
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Stamping Out Dissent: A Look at Jamia’s Anti-Student Actions Amidst the Pandemic
Since the anti-CAA protests, the administration has been using various ways to muzzle voices of dissent by issuing showcause notices, registering FIRs and deploying police personnel permanently on campus.
After Students Protest, Jamia Puts Online Examinations on Hold
The administration has asked the University Grants Commission to make the exams assignment-based and are waiting to hear from them.
When I Met Fear and Rebellion
A student at Jamia recalls the night of December 15.
‘We Feel Insecure’ : Plight of International Students at Jamia, AMU
The violence on campuses remind the students of the trauma they experienced in their war-torn countries.
No Shirts, Hijab, Roza: Students Find New Ways to Protest CAA
While some non-Hindus are wearing skullcaps and hijabs, others are observing roza to counter PM's comment on identifying protestors by their clothes.
Outside Jamia, a Handful of Protestors Keep Vigil Night and Day
Protesting for up to 20 hours a day, a few protestors outside Jamia are persevering on despite the cold to make their voices heard.
A ‘Swachh Bharat’ Campaign Without Cameras
Every day after the protestors go home, Jamia students, along with other locals residents, clean up the mess.
Why I Fight
To fight is to wake up. And to stay awake till things change.
Sticks and Stones Are Breaking Bones
'What has our country come to? This period shall we forever rue'