Why JNU Students Are Fighting Against Its Vice Chancellor
PUBLISHED ON: February 16, 2018 | Duration: 22 min, 50 sec
Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University or JNU is once again on the boil. Members of the students' union were fined Rs 10,000 each for protesting what they see as "anti-student" politics: the university's decision to make 75 per cent attendance compulsory. We engage tomorrow's leaders on why the issue treads deeper than just campus politics and why they think mandatory attendance goes against the grain of the institution.