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Delhi University starts DU admission process 2020-21 for foreign nationals

Delhi University starts DU admission process 2020-21 for foreign nationals

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Delhi University has started the application process for foreign nationals seeking admission to the various undergraduate, postgraduate, MPhil, PhD, Diploma and other programmes on February 10. A single window. Foreign Registry office is now available for accepting application forms from such candidates. The university offers various programmes in the fields of Arts, Humanities, Law, Social Sciences, Commerce, Business Studies and many others. The academic session for all courses will start from the third week of July 2020. Who is a foreign national?  As per the university, a candidate who holds the passport or citizenship of a country other than India or a candidate who holds an OCI/PIO card along with a passport of a country other than India will be considered a foreign na...
No Entrance-based admission for any new course in DU

No Entrance-based admission for any new course in DU

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The University of Delhi (DU) is yet to release the official admission schedule on their website but the registrations for admissions may start in the first week of April. The National Testing Agency (NTA) and DU will jointly announce the complete admission schedule. Pankaj Arora, dean of admissions, said, "We are trying to reschedule the admission process to complete it within the set timeline and avoid any clashes with the classes. No new courses will be introduced for entrance-based admissions and the entrance tests will continue to be conducted by the NTA." The Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) is conducted to enrol students in select undergraduate (UG) courses including BA (Honours) Business Economics, Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (F...
Delhi University : Teacher’s strike still on

Delhi University : Teacher’s strike still on

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As a new semester began at Delhi University Tuesday, its teachers’ association intends to continue its almost month-long strike. DUTA had boycotted examination and evaluation duties during end semester exams. Their primary demand is that the 4,500-odd ad hoc teachers be absorbed into permanent positions.  “The call for strike still stands but teachers will collect syllabi from their colleges. We will conduct a review on January 7 to decide the future course of action,” said DUTA president Rajib Ray. However, university officials said evaluation is “on track”. “Results are likely to be declared by January-end,” said Dean (Examinations) Vinay Gupta.
Delhi University : AD hoc teachers terminated by 3 DU Colleges

Delhi University : AD hoc teachers terminated by 3 DU Colleges

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The Principals of the colleges of Delhi University has issued notices ending the services of the ad hoc teachers appointed this year. The notice was issued by the colleges due to the lack of direction from the HRD Ministry or the administration of the University of Delhi regarding the ad hoc teachers. In a notice issued by Aryabhatta College, it has been stated that the services of six of its ad hoc teachers are terminated with immediate effect from December 17, 2019, While Lady Shri Ram College has issued a memorandum naming an ad hoc teachers stating that her services will no longer be required with immediate effect from December 16, 2019. Keshav Mahavidyalaya in its notice has stated that all the ad hoc teachers appointed and renewed from July 21, 2019, onwards are subject to th...
DU and other student bodies join JNU student protest against alleged policing

DU and other student bodies join JNU student protest against alleged policing

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The students' union of Campus Law Centre of Delhi University on Tuesday issued a statement against alleged policing actions on agitating students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) during the protest that was staged on Monday. "The use of state machinery of oppression like Police and Para-military has been severely increased by the Central University in order to suppress dissent and collective voices of the students," the statement said. "Hence we are stretching forth our hand of solidarity with the brave comrades of JNU. We will always stand against any kind of oppression of the ruling authority till our last breath," the statement added. Meanwhile, a group of youths claiming to be students of the Banaras Hindu University staged a protest at the campus in Varanasi on Tuesday. The yo
Rollback of Credit System sought by DU Students

Rollback of Credit System sought by DU Students

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Students of the School of Open Learning, Delhi University, protested outside the office of the Ministry of Human Resource Development on Monday. They are demanding the rollback of the Choice Based Credit System, which they said was implemented hastily. The students were protesting under the banner of Krantikari Yuva Sangathan. The CBCS, which is already in place in for DU’s regular courses, was introduced for correspondence courses this year. However, students said that the SOL administration had implemented the system hastily. “Many of the students do not know the syllabus and the teachers are also unsure. Exams are due next month but many of us have not received any study material. The lack of infrastructure and teaching support will lead to mass failure. It is criminal on the part o