Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), global higher education analyst, on Thursday released the 19th edition of the world’s most popular comparative data about university performance.
Delhi University slipped by a spot to the 12th position this year while Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) improved its ranking by 16 points.
The result came in the survey by professors Atul Stood and Ayesha Kidwai among 131 teachers of the JNU who taught online classes.
The JNUSU argues that not only it is against the recommendations of the UGC which proposed the process to start in August
The resumption of the classes are planned so that students can complete their remaining academic components. Examinations will be completed by July 31, said the JNU.
In these testing times of COVID-19, the university is trying its best to maintain safety and security for all residential students, staff and faculties, it said.
In a viral video, the student identified as Pranav can be seen sitting near the JNU gate, arguing with security guards, saying he needs to go outside the campus for an important work.