No course on “Islamic terrorism”: JNU writes to DMC

No course on “Islamic terrorism”: JNU writes to DMC – …

“Replying to a notice sent to it by the Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC), Jawaharlal Nehru University said that no course on ‘Islamic terrorism’ was proposed at its academic council meeting,” said DMC chairman Zafarul Islam Khan. He said JNU provided the DMC with a copy of the minutes of the 145th Academic Council meeting on May 18, where …

Islamic terrorism: JNU replies to DMC notice – The …

New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University said that no course on ‘Islamic terrorism’ was proposed at its academic council meeting. The statement was made by the university while replying to a notice sent to it by the Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC). DMC chairman Zafarul Islam Khan informed this.

Course on Islamic terrorism: DMC issues notice to Delhi

The DMC asked the university that individuals and groups belonging to many religions have indulged in terrorism across the world in recent times, then why a course only on “Islamic terrorism” is being started.

JNU denies course on ’Islamic terrorism’ in cirriculum

JNU registrar Pramod Kumar has said ”there was no course on ’Islamic terror’ proposed in the academic council,” Khan said. Taking cognizance of media reports, the commission last month issued a notice to JNU asking for reasons to start the proposed course.

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In reply to a notice by Delhi Minorities Commission, JNU Registrar Dr Pramod Kumar, has said that ”there was no course on ‘Islamic terror’ proposed in the Academic Council”.

JNU says it’s not starting Islamic terrorism course

NEW DELHI: Jawaharlal Nehru University registrar Pramod Kumar, in a letter to the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind on July 5, refuted any plans to start a course on ‘Islamic Terrorism’ at the university. This comes a week after he had written a letter to Delhi Minorities Commissions (DMC) clarifying the same.

JNU denies course on ‘Islamic terrorism’ in reply to …

Jun 19, 2018 · JNU registrar Pramod Kumar has said “there was no course on ‘Islamic terror’ proposed in the academic council,” Khan said. Taking cognizance of media reports, the commission last month issued a notice to JNU asking for reasons to start the proposed course.

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Fact Check: Is JNU Really Introducing A Course On …

The recent controversy whipped up by Jawaharlal Nehru University’s (JNU) alleged suggestion to have a course on ‘Islamic Terrorism’ in its proposal for setting up a Centre for National Security Studies appears to have simmered down a little with JNU writing to the Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC) that no such course was advanced at its …

JNU denies course on ’Islamic terrorism’ in reply to …

Taking cognizance of media reports, the commission last month issued a notice to JNU asking for reasons to start the proposed course. The registrar provided DMC with a copy of a concept paper on the proposed ’Centre for National Security Studies’ and said JNU has no knowledge if a course on ”Islamic terrorism” is taught in any Indian or foreign …

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The JNU Academic Council “passed” a proposal to set up a Centre for National Security Studies under which there would be a course on “Islamic terrorism”, said a professor who attended the