The court has restrained the students from protesting within 100 meters of admin block of the university until March 9.
Earlier on February 15, a group of JNU students violated the court order by allegedly blocking the entry of the administration block demanding a meeting with the Vice-chancellor Dinesh Kumar against the compulsory attendance system imposed on the university students.
The Delhi High Court then issued a notice to the university office bearers on a plea seeking action against certain students who took part in the protests and sought a reply by February 20.
The next date for hearing of the case is March 9. (ANI)