On Monday, students at Jamia University protested outside the vice-chancellor’s office over their security. Jamia University examinations cancelled. When the exams to be held in January this month will be now, it not decided at present. Jamia University Vice-Chancellor Najma Akhtar Decided to cancel the examinations on Monday. Students say that they will not appear in the exams until security guaranteed on the university campus.
The students said that if the administration wants to take examinations, then first provide a safe environment for the students. The students demanded that there be an FIR against the police, and only then the Examinations should be conducted.
According to Vice-Chancellor Najma Akhtar, this demand of students considered. The Vice-Chancellor has decided to cancel the examinations after consulting the Dean and various department heads. The Vice-Chancellor assured the students that you should discuss this subject with the university administration. The Vice-Chancellor said that the new date for the examinations announced after talks with the students and concerned officials of the university administration.
The Vice-Chancellor said that only registration of FIR does not result in security. He said that FIR is a separate process; it should not combine with security or examination. Significantly, after the violence on the night of 15 December, Jamia University was declared a holiday. Classes resumed at Jamia University from 6 January.