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Those Skipping Exams 'Will Cease To Be Bonafide Students', Says JNU

The students' union is planning to boycott the exams scheduled from December 12 to protest fee hike.

Those Skipping Exams 'Will Cease To Be Bonafide Students', Says JNU
JNU students protest hostel fee hike.
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Those Skipping Exams 'Will Cease To Be Bonafide Students', Says JNU
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2019-12-04T10:30:46+0530

The Jawaharlal Nehru University on Tuesday said pupils not appearing in examinations will lose their studentship even as the students' union is planning to boycott the semester exams this year to protest against the hostel fee hike.

Issuing a circular, the university cautioned the students "about the consequences of completing academic assignments and tests, including end-semester examinations, as per the relevant academic ordinances and rules".

Students not appearing in the examinations scheduled from December 12  will lose their studentship as per JNU academic ordinances, the university said.

"Such students will be ineligible to register in the next semester and hence will cease to be the bonafide students of the university," the circular read.

The JNU Students' Union (JNUSU), which has been protesting for over a month against the proposed hike in hostel fee, said at least 17 centres have held meetings and supported the call for boycotting semester exams.

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Further, in its circular, the university said, "This is also to remind the research scholars that the M. Phil students who fail to secure a CGPA of 5.00 on completion of course work at the end of 2nd semester will find their names automatically removed from the roll list of the university."

It added that the last date for submission of M.Phil, dissertation/PhD thesis in the schools/centres and forwarding the same to Evaluation Branch is December 31 for the Monsoon Semester.

"This needs to be noted that the University academic calender has been approved by the the Academic Council and the Executive Council and is required to be followed strictly," the circular read.

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