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Teachers up in arms against the move to foist CCS Rules on JNU

The government is mulling to enforce the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules in JNU. This is not only an attempt to curb the dissent, but also a move designed to stifle the voice of this institution of higher learning, which has been playing the role of a sentinel of social and educational consciousness. Forward Press reports

The government is planning to foist the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) to stifle the voices of dissent rising from this prestigious university. The teachers are already up in arms against the move. The CCS Rules apply to the Central government employees and their enforcement in the University would mean that the teachers won’t be allowed to say a word against government’s decisions and policies. This is bound to have a disastrous impact on the democratic ethos and environment of the university.

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