Protests have spread to other Indian universities against the police crackdown at Jamia Millia Islamia after Sunday evening's violence over the new citizenship law.
Students at the Aligarh Muslim University also clashed with the police after their solidarity march was stopped by the law enforcers, reports NDTV.
The police have been accused of using excessive force during student protests that turned violent at the universities.
Students from Hyderabad's Maulana Azad Urdu University, the Banaras Hindu University, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Jadavpur University and IIT Mumbai have raised their voices against the violence.
Students of university in Lucknow on Monday morning threw stones and bricks at the police who kept them shut within the gates.
The situation threatened to spiral out of control as students tried to come out but the police refused. Policemen were also seen retaliating by throwing the stones back.
In Delhi, hundreds of students gathered outside the Police Headquarters in response to a call from the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University.
The trouble started Sunday evening after a protest march by the Jamia students ended in a pitched battle with the police, vandalism and torching of vehicles.
The police, which used batons and teargas to contain the violence, later barged into the university and detained around 100 students.
However, all the detained students were released around 3:30am.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a petition against the police crackdown on students tomorrow but has said "the rioting must stop".
Protests have erupted across the India over the new citizenship law that makes it easier for non-Muslims from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh to become Indian citizens. Critics say the law discriminates against Muslims and is against secular principles of the constitution.