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JNU student fined Rs 6000 for cooking, eating biryani inside campus

JNU student fined Rs 6000 for cooking, eating biryani inside campus
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NEW DELHI : A Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student was fined Rs 6,000 for cooking and eating biryani near the stairs in front of the university's administrative building.

The incident allegedly took place on June 27. Amir Malik, a masters student at School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, cooked biryani near the stairs.

"In the proctorial enquiry you have been found guilty of being involved in cooking food (biryani) near the stairs in front of the Administrative Building and eating it thereafter along with other students… This act is serious in nature, unbecoming of a student of JNU and calls for strict disciplinary action," said the university in an official notification issued by the Chief Proctor, Kaushal Kumar on November 8. 

Calling it a 'serious act', the university authority asked Malik to deposit the fine within 10 days of the issuing of the notice.

The university also warned him 'to be careful and not to get involved in such incidents in future'.

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