The SP College students were protesting against the Government Forces action on students at Pulwama in south Kashmir on Saturday that injured more than four dozen students.
The students had called for protests against Saturday's incident in Pulwama town in which over 50 students were injured in fighting with security forces after objecting to the setting up of a security post outside the college.
The security personnel resorted to baton charge and fired several tear smoke shells to disperse the protestors.
At least 100 Kashmiri students were injured Monday in anti-India protests and clashes with government forces in the divided Himalayan region.
There were unconfirmed reports of security forces firing a few warning shots in the air.
Reports of student protests were reported from Amar Singh College, Central University, state run colleges in Pattan, Khanbal, Baramulla, Gandhi College Srinagar, Bemina, Womens' College Srinagar, Dooru, Kangan, Ganderbal, Handwara, Kupwara, Kulgam besides Kashmir University and NIELT Rangreth.
Reports from the town said around two dozens students including some girls were injured in these clashes. But they didn't agree and continued to block the road. The students were chanting slogans "Go India, go back" and "We want freedom".
An order issued by the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir said that all the universities, Higher Secondary Schools and colleges shall remain closed tomorrow "as a precautionary measure".
Amid heightened tensions in the wake of the daylong clashes, the authorities ordered suspension of mobile internet services in the Valley. They engaged in intense clashes with the security men across the Valley during which scores of students' sustained injuries.
A group of students were holding a protest rally near Sri Pratap (SP) College on Moulana Azad Road close to the Lal Chowk city centre this morning, a police official said. In the videos, a PDP leader and a trader seek forgiveness and announce disassociation from mainstream politics on gunpoint. Security sources have said that the vehicle had in it poll officials who faced a mob of angry stone-throwers.
Opposition National Conference's working president and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah in a series of tweeted slammed Mehbooba Mufti government for handling of students' protests.
However, a key political activist from the area said the Pulwama events were outcome of "police misadventure" especially by "young officers" who "in utter disregard of anger on ground" seemingly "wanted to conquer a territory".
In the video, a soldier can be heard saying: "Look at the fate of the stone-pelter".
"This is not the first human shield case".