A standing committee has found several students guilty of "sitting on a dharna" resulting in them getting debarred from the university.
Where Vivekananda valued secularism and tolerance, the ABVP only seems to care about shutting down "anti-national" activities.
Filthy bathrooms, no drinking water, garbage dumps in the common areas – students are striking against inhumane living conditions.
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?
When status is the chief aim of schooling, as it so often is in private education, everyone ends up suffering – even the privileged.
Contradictory findings by two universities, varying interpretations of due process and drawn out proceedings have caused one survivor and a group of students and alumni to take their grievances to …
"Our cages are getting smaller and smaller and we are helpless to do anything but resist," say Jamia's women's hostel residents.