JNU dispels rumours of Fee hike, says application process put on hold till May 16

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Registration fee for the semester exams will not be increased, the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has clarified, adding that the registration process will not start till May 16 due to the current COVID-19 situation in the country.

This comes after wrong information and fake circulars were circulated on the internet.

The JNU administration has asked students to keep their eyes on the official website of the institution for details about the exams and registration process.

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“The students’ registration has been kept on hold till May 16 in view of the prevailing situation,” JNU said in a notice.

Students and the faculty members have strictly been advised by the university administration not to follow any detail given by the other sources.

The university administration also allowed the schools, centres, and special centres to continue with online teaching for the next semester without registration. The schools, centres, and special centres where end semester examination has been completed can now continue online teaching for the students.

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