The JNUTA organizes carnival, a four-day festival to prevent the willful tries to misrepresent the varsity. To display the “real face as well as values” of the institution.
The JNUTA organizes carnival, which started on Thursday. It will have a campus hike, theatre performances, open mic, academic conversation, and a food carnival, she said.
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“The name itself offers out the message. Mosaic means a group of pictures created of tiny ordinary or irregular chunks. A narrative was demonstrated for several years about the picture of JNU as–Tukde Tukde gang. The university has been driving through difficult stretches for some years. There have been intentional tries to misrepresent JNU. The significance the university community stands for has been tainted in the public domain. Ironically at a time when the university has persisted to top. In the list of higher educational institutions in the nation by its outstanding interpretation in teaching as well as research.” she noted.
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The shortage in JNU’s vibrant campus life was exacerbated by the pandemic. This directed to a very long lockdown of the campus, JNUTA Secretary emphasized.
A superabundance of occasions have been scheduled over the four-day period. The prominent people will arrive to deliver the message of diversity, solidarity, as well as empathy, which are the basis of the university, disclosed Sen.
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JNUTA organizes carnival events, Sen said that JNUTA has prepared many programs. Implicating topics like generated evolution of JNU, diversification, as well as inclusivity.
As per the itinerary transferred by JNUTA. On Thursday, there will be a conversation on Feminist viewpoints: ‘Home, Work, Law. The Dhaba culture, a Food Festival on Jhelum Lawns, the Film Shows and conversations, Concerts, and Performances, she added.
Over four days, there will be conversations led by Author Zoya Hasan, Historian Romila Thapar, scientist Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, as well as Journalist Ravish Kumar.