The JNU Teachers Association said that the Academic Council members were "sought to be silenced, threatened and humiliated" at the meeting.
The administration has also levied a fine of Rs 5,000 on the student for owning cigarettes, matchboxes and condoms.
It is not that students cannot dissent but they have been conditioned in such a way that they choose to keep mum.
An informal report compiled by the students alleged rampant "moral policing" by security personnel, non-academic staff, faculty and fellow students.
Students are asserting their right to education by protesting against curfews, exorbitant fee hikes and discriminatory university rules all over the country.
This year, the library budget has allegedly been slashed to Rs 1.7 crore.
Alumni who signed a letter critiquing Symbiosis' handling of a sexual harassment case are allegedly being denied recommendations because they spoke out against the university.