Shutting down hostels and cutting out the BA programme is only going to make TISS an exclusionary institution, say students.
One of the university's messes has introduced separate entrances, wash basins and utensils for vegetarian and non-vegetarian students.
"She shall not be allowed to take up any course or employment in the JNU in the future. She should not be allowed to enter in the JNU campus to …
Students are forced to participate in university's 'Sports for All' initiative' to gain academic credit points.
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.