A group of MPs wants to demand an investigation into misgovernance by the JNU administration under the vice chancellor.
This year, the library budget has allegedly been slashed to Rs 1.7 crore.
Come January 2019, JNUSU says the university will not renew its subscriptions to journals like JSTOR and Sage Publications, leaving students worried about how they'll conduct research.
There are barely any scholarships for tuition, and none for accommodation. So how are students from the margins expected to survive in one of India's most expensive cities?