Jamia Millia Islamia banned Delhi riots accused Safoora Zargar from entering the university campus A to Z Counsel

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Jamia Millia Islamia University has banned the entry of research scholar and Delhi riots accused Safoora Zargar into the university campus. The Jamia administration had canceled Safoora’s MPhil admission. Safoora Zargar was arrested and jailed under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act in connection with the alleged conspiracy related to the Delhi riots and was released on bail in June 2020 on humanitarian and medical grounds.

After the university canceled Safoora’s enrollment as a student on August 19, Safoora Zargar and other Jamia students were protesting, demanding that she be given more time to re-admission as well as submit the thesis. Go.

Accused of trying to spoil the academic environment

“It has been observed that Safoora Zargar (Alumni) along with some other students has been involved in organizing agitations, protests and marches in the campus against irrelevant and objectionable issues to disturb the peaceful academic environment,” the order said. , which are mostly external. She is provoking the students of the university and along with some other students is trying to use the platform of the university for her malicious political agenda. Besides, she is obstructing the normal functioning of the institution. Keeping all these factors in mind and in order to maintain peaceful academic environment in the campus, the competent authority has approved the campus ban on former student Safoora Zargar with immediate effect.

cited for not completing the thesis

Zargar had enrolled in the Integrated MPhil/PhD program in the Department of Sociology in 2019. However, his admission was canceled by the Department of Sociology in the university citing unsatisfactory progress in his thesis work. The office of the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, in a notification dated August 26, said that Safoora Zargar did not submit her MPhil dissertation within the stipulated time of maximum five semesters.

The dean’s office has said that the action against him was taken on a recommendation made by the Research Advisory Committee (RAC) on July 5. The matter was approved by the Department’s Board of Studies on August 22.

Safoora Zargar had earlier said that she was being denied time to submit her thesis, while time was being extended for other scholars. He said he got only one Covid extension, while the University Grants Commission (UGC) had offered five extensions.


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