Students however disagree with the administration detailing instances of police brutality on the campus at several occasions in the past.
Expressing their dissatisfaction with the move, almost 20 NSUI activists protested late into the night on Wednesday at the Arts Faculty.
The vice chancellor, in a television channel, said that strict action will be taken against the perpetrators.
These practices, if not discontinued, can be damaging in more ways than one.
According to some news reports, the police released the students later on Tuesday, August 20.
As per the new fee structure, the BTech students are being made to pay Rs 11,000 as hostel fee when there is no proper infrastructural facility.
The statement backed with over 86 signatories appeals for moving the court, extending support to people away from Kashmir and peacefully protest the new ruling.