JNU is being turned into a school

On 22 December 2017, the university’s administration issued a circular saying not only undergraduate and postgraduate students but also MPhil and PhD scholars are required to mark their attendance. What could be the implications of this order, if implemented, for JNU’s liberal and progressive character? Akhilesh Kumar and Abhay Kumar look for answers

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