JNU problems need a permanent fix
It refers to ever-controversial Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) at Delhi once again in news on Monday with several students entering house of Vice...
It refers to ever-controversial Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) at Delhi once again in news on Monday with several students entering house of Vice Chancellor where his wife was alone at home and had to be hospitalised because of mental trauma caused by forced entry of agitating students.
Earlier also such an unhumanitarian act on February 15 made certain officials of the University sick being required to be even hospitalised. Demand of students against enforcing rules is ingenuine.
Universities should be for education and not for playing politics. The central government should evolve permanent solution to make JNU an ideal institution for education rather becoming a hub for political activities many of which are at times even against national and public interest.
Procedure for admission of students and appointment of teachers should be thoroughly overhauled also because even many teachers at JNU are often found in such political activities which are not good for an academic institution.
An academic institution run on subsidy through hard-earned money of tax-payers, must be used solely for educational activities rather than being misused for creation of political leaders of a particular ideology.
Subhash Chandra Agarwal, Delhi