The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has extended the date for the semester registration process till Sunday as the systems were not operational and the servers have not been restored yet.
Since the afternoon of Saturday, the registration process for the semester 2020 has stopped on the JNU campus.
In a statement, Registrar Pramod Kumar said, “A few miscreants had severely damaged the information and communication service (CIS) systems of the university as part of their continuing agitation”.
“This has caused a complete failure of the main power supply of CIS Data Centre, severe damage to Optic fibers cables, and power cables of all racks. The JNU cloud and other information and communication systems are completely shut down”, Kumar added.
All efforts have been made to repair the system and restore the damaged equipment and data by the administration, he said.
Speaking about the extension in the registration process, Kumar said, “This is to inform all the students that registration process will remain open until January 12 without any late fee for registration.”
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is leaving no stone unturned to facilitate the registration of every student.