While addressing a meeting on the completion of three years of NEP 2020, Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh said that the university is ready to help Manipur violence-affected students. Manipur has been witnessing ethnic clashes since May between the Meitei and Kuki communities. Over 150 people have lost their lives, and several have been injured since the ethnic violence broke out in the state. In response to a question regarding University of Delhi's plan for students from violence-hit areas in Manipur, the Vice-Chancellor said that the whole country understands the problems of Manipur and it is ready to provide all possible help to all such aggrieved students.  The Vice Chancellor added: “If any student has any problem then he can contact DU administration. We are ready to help in any way. If there is a need to make some provisions separately, the university will try to make them.” Counting the achievements of three years of NEP 2020, the VC said that DU took the initiative of being the first one to implement it in the country.