Despite a vicious boycott call by JNU leftists led by student body JNUSU, nearly 88 per cent of the University students have already paid their hostel dues, Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar has revealed.
The Vice Chancellor also added that the University is carrying out its duties and the academic activities are going on very well.
A few days ago it was reported that 65 per cent of the JNU students had paid their hostel dues and when it came to day scholars 95 per cent of them had paid their semester fees. The students were given a time till 17 January to pay the fees without attracting any late fees.
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