JNU Teachers’ Association demands report on fee hike issue be made public

  • | Tuesday | 3rd December, 2019

New Delhi, December 2The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers’ Association on Monday staged a march to demand that the report of a high-powered committee set up by the Centre on the fee hike issue be made public. A delegation of JNUTA office-bearers was escorted to the Human Resource Development Ministry by police but the association said they were not able to meet any official. “In a most shameful manner, the HRD ministry refused to meet a delegation of the JNU teachers who marched to the ministry,” said Surajit Mazumdar of the JNUTA. The JNUTA said neither the report submitted by the HRD Ministry-constituted high-powered committee has been officially made public nor has the ministry announced any follow-up action, despite the urgency that the situation demands. The three-member panel submitted its report last week (on Tuesday).

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