The Administration at Jawaharlal Nehru University has issued an advisory to the teachers of the university to resume classes for the students of the university. The university administration has stated that the advisory was issued after the two of the teachers of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Teacher’s association office-bearers announced a non-co-operation plan.
The university administration in its advisory has stated that the call for non-cooperation is not only against the efforts of the University for restoring normalcy in the campus and the resuming of academic activities but is also a reflection of the intention of the JNU Teachers association to disrupt the normal functioning of the university. The advisory has also stated that thousands of students have registered for the 2020 Winter Semester and the others are in the process of completing the registration process.
The advisory issued by the university also mentions that all the faculty members are advised to resume classes and other academic activities in the interest of the students at the university. According to the JNU Teachers Association office bearers, the JNU Teachers Association General Body Meeting resolution on the non-cooperation action plan is an implication that the teachers refuse to comply with the two circulars issued by the University administration on January 10, 2020, asking the teachers to be present in the office for the registration, to start the classes and other relevant academic activities from January 13, 2020, onwards and also to upload the time tables for the same.
The Jawaharlal; Nehru University Teachers Association had earlier appealed to all its colleagues to implement the decisions of the General Body Meeting conducted.
Jawaharlal Nehru University recently witnessed extreme violence as the students and teachers of the university were attacked by masked goons on the evening of Sunday, January 5, 2020.