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JNU is planning to build a boundary wall and install CCTVs ahead of the JNUSU elections. Vice-Chancellor Santishree D. Pandit stated that Jawaharlal Nehru University has applied to the federal government for funding to erect boundary walls to prevent trespassing. According to Santishree, efforts are also in progress to enhance campus safety by installing CCTVs in public areas, such as hostel entrances.

JNU PLANNING TO BUILD A BOUNDARY WALL TO CURB TRESPASSING

The university has always been concerned about security because there have been many reports of acts of violence and vandalism, particularly against women. Santishree asserted that since taking over the centrally financed university, there hasn’t been a “major” event endangering the safety and security of the faculty and students on campus. “You know, the JNUSU elections are approaching. That’s why you’ll be hearing more and more of these kinds of statements (about violence). Every side will have competing issues during elections, but in reality, I’ve been told by the teachers’ Security Committee and others. There hasn’t been a significant occurrence”, she stated.

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FUNDING FROM THE GOVERNMENT 

 

“We are requesting funding for the wall from the Indian government. We have folks who can access not only through the gates but also from various spots where our wall has collapsed, and it’s all forest land. As you are aware, our school spans approximately 2,000 acres. The institution is seeking CSR cash and assistance from alumni associations in addition to government funding to modernize infrastructure and bolster security.

Even though campus security has increased recently, there have still been some recorded cases of violence and vandalism. Slogans calling for the reconstruction of Babri Masjid appeared on the walls of JNU’s Language Study Center in December. Human security is not possible with gasoline everywhere. To fix our walls and other issues, we are also considering CSR funding and other options,” the VC said.

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INSTALLATION OF CCTV CAMERAS 

The vice chancellor believes that CCTV is the greatest way to monitor illicit activities on campus, despite some students’ objections to the installation of cameras. “We announced last year that we would be installing scan cameras. We have persuaded students that their smartphones are the best talkers since they can use Wi-Fi to ignore everything for free. I warned them that this was risky. They’ll check the cameras, or we’ll check to see if someone enters, correct? ” JNU She referred to.

 

 

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