Academic atmosphere in JNU is normal, Irani tells Rajya Sabha

first_imgNew Delhi, Mar 3 (PTI) HRD minister Smriti Irani today said that most classes in JNU, which has seen protests over arrest of students in connection with a controversial event, are being held regularly and the academic atmosphere of the university is normal.In a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha, Irani said that JNU has reported that students have held meetings and undertaken marches in the campus over police action since the incident that took place at JNU on February 9.”The University Administration is in constant touch with faculty, students and staff and several appeals have been issued and circulated among the JNU community for restoring normalcy. Presently, most of the classes are being held regularly and the academic atmosphere of the University is normal,” Irani said.In a written reply to another question in Rajya Sabha, Irani said that “no student has been suspended and expelled from the hostel and barred from entry to various buildings of University of Hyderabad in January 2016”. PTI ADS RTlast_img read more

Quiz: identify the World Cup managers from their previous jobs

first_img Janne Andersson (Sweden) Challenge your friends Stanislav Cherchesov (Russia) Vladimir Petkovic (Switzerland) Ouch! You’ve not even got out of your group. Share via Email Juan Carlos Osorio (Mexico) Age Hareide (Denmark) World Cup 2018 Share on LinkedIn Carlos Queiroz (Iran) Bert van Marwijk (Australia) Ouch! You’ve not even got out of your group. Fernando Hierro (Spain) Ouch! You’ve not even got out of your group. Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Juan Carlos Osorio (Mexico) Fernando Santos (Portugal) Nabil Maâloul (Tunisia) Topics You got… Age Hareide (Denmark) Héctor Cúper (Egypt) Óscar Tabárez (Uruguay) Hervé Renard (Morocco) Tite (Brazil) Hervé Renard (Morocco) José Pékerman (Colombia) Well done. With a few more years’ development you could go far. Pretty average. You’ll do well to keep your job after the World Cup. Aliou Cissé (Senegal) Zlatko Dalic (Croatia) Janne Andersson (Sweden) Tite (Brazil) Share on Twitter Gernot Rohr (Nigeria) Adam Nawalka (Poland) José Pékerman (Colombia) Zlatko Dalic (Croatia) Janne Andersson (Sweden) Well done. With a few more years’ development you could go far. Jorge Sampaoli (Argentina) Juan Antonio Pizzi (Saudi Arabia) World Cup You were brilliant but got knocked out in the semi-finals. Unlucky! Share on Messenger Bert van Marwijk (Australia) Hervé Renard (Morocco) Aliou Cissé (Senegal) Didier Deschamps (France) Jorge Sampaoli (Argentina) Ouch! You’ve not even got out of your group. Didier Deschamps (France) You’ve won the World Cup! Hervé Renard (Morocco) Submit answers features Vladimir Petkovic (Switzerland) Beaten in the final. But what a tournament you had. Heimir Hallgrimsson (Iceland) Pretty average. You’ll do well to keep your job after the World Cup. Mladen Krstajic (Serbia) Share on WhatsApp Juan Antonio Pizzi (Saudi Arabia) Share on Pinterest Share on Twitter Share via Email Reuse this contentlast_img read more