Confused: Should I support their demand?While I read various resources in different sections of ISC, I get impressed by the depth of knowledge and seriousness with which such resources are written. I can easily understand that almost all Members are/were very serious students and never imagine/imagined to bunk classes. As a regular 'bunker' in school, college and university, I feel a little bit embarrassed among such serious students. In school, college and university, I had to face real problem before the examination due to my attendance records, which could not be managed by my friends even after 'proxy' attendance. Ultimately I had to convince the college/university clerk to mend the attendance records.
Due to my background as mentioned above, I am in a dilemma. Nowadays the great students of various Social Science Departments of the famous JNU are resorting to strong protest. Reason? The much-maligned Vice-Chancellor and other senior administrative officers of the university have decided to enforce the minimum attendance rules. The students of Social Science and Language Departments (students of other Departments are remarkably absent) of the university are protesting against this order. They are demanding the withdrawal of this order, presumably because they want to utilize their valuable time in vandalizing politics and similar other matter.
I am confused. Should I support this demand of the middle-aged students of Social Science Departments of JNU, or oppose it? Please help me by giving proper guidance.