"We explained how students of the campus attend lectures not just at classrooms, but also at dhabas and hostel mess. Learning is a 24X7 process for us. The VC, however, insisted on the adoption of compulsory attendance model of IITs," Geeta Kumari said, after submitting a memorandum with around 2,500 signatures.
JNUSU joint secretary Shubhanshu Singh said that they have started campaign on the move in some classes.
"Some professors are also taking part in the campaign," Shubhanshu Singh said.
The JNUSU had yesterday announced for boycott of attendance.
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