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  • In a circular issued on December 19, by the acting registrar, it is said, “TISS being an institute funded by the Government of India, the staff and faculty cannot join any form of protest while on duty”. The circular, issued with approval of the director, was only a reiteration of its existing conduct rules, registrar Bala Murugan told ET.

    "Both the VCs had come to the ministry today and met senior officials. The situation is now normal on both the campuses and maximum students residing in hostel have gone back home as vacation have been announced. The varsities will announce a fresh schedule for pending examination once the campuses reopen in January," a source said.

    There are 42 central universities in the country and only in a few there were peaceful protests like candlelight march, the reports of violence came only in two universities -- Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim university (AMU), a govt official said.

    This staggering dropout statistic was revealed by the Ministry of HRD in the Lok Sabha recently while making a statement on top engineering institutions like the IITs and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) getting approval to provide the exit option to students.

    Since education is a subject in the Concurrent List of the Constitution and a substantial majority of schools are under the jurisdiction of state governments, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said it is for the respective state or union territory governments to decide the syllabus and curriculum.

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    The Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry's committee on JNU will initiate dialogues with students and administration as well as submit recommendations on resolution of all issues, they said.

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    In a communication dated November 8, the HRD ministry had written to the Registrar of JNU stating that “since the ‘emeritus’ status is a title and not a post, the amendment made to Ordinance 32 of the University is required to be reviewed”, ET has learnt.

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