The administration, on July 20, decided to remove wall posters from the campus under the Delhi Prevention of Property Act, 2007.
"In no uncertain terms, I’d say that this is the death of our university,” said Nandita Narain, Mathematics professor from St Stephen's College and DUTA's ex-president.
The classes shall resume from Thursday, July 25.
Of the 1,66,582 seats, only 21,532 have been filled so far, as 87% of the seats remain vacant.
The decision comes after the university’s Academic Council sent back syllabi to the English department to take a final call because of the objections raised by the RSS-backed National Democratic …