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Students at Delhi University Protest Outside the Vice-Office, Chancellor’s Demanding Campus Reopening

Hundreds of students demonstrated outside the vice-office chancellor‘s at Delhi University on Monday, asking that the campus be reopened immediately, only days after the Delhi Disaster Management Authority approved the return of offline instruction in the capital. The students put a “Out of Service” sign on the VC office’s gate.

The Delhi University students’ Federation of India organized the protest (SFI). According to the SFI, about 400 students participated in the “gherao.” “Students’ dissatisfaction is palpable. You can see it in their expressions and hear it in their voices.

According to the student body, other student and teacher organizations have also expressed their support for the demonstration. According to the SFI, over 53 departments throughout the university observed a total boycott of online classes.

Because many of us are not in Delhi at the moment, we were unable to participate in the SFI-organized demonstration. As a result, we boycotted online courses today “Miranda House student Arushi Sharma remarked.

According to the student body, other student and teacher organizations have also expressed their support for the demonstration. According to the SFI, over 53 departments throughout the university observed a total boycott of online classes.

“Because many of us are not in Delhi University at the moment, we were unable to participate in the SFI-organized demonstration. However, we concluded that we needed to take action in order to convey a message that students, in general, support the demand to reopen the campus. As a result, we boycotted online courses today “Miranda House student Arushi Sharma remarked.

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