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Delhi High court releif to a DU Student for Annual Examination

Delhi High court releif to a DU Student for Annual Examination

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ
The Delhi High Court granted an interim relief to a Delhi University student, who was short of attendance, by allowing her to appear in the annual examinations. Justice C Hari Shankar said this latitude was granted to the petitioner woman only because she was a student and "if she is not permitted to appear in the examination, possibly irreparable loss would ensue". The petitioner was a sixth semester student of BA (Hons) English course in Delhi University's Vivekanand College and her exams were scheduled to commence on May 11.  Her counsel said she was into drama society and had participated in over 40 programmes in the 6th semester and the approval was granted by the college authorities. "In order to balance the equities of the present, the petitioner is permitted to appear in the 6t
DU admissions 2019 unlikely from May first week

DU admissions 2019 unlikely from May first week

DU ADMISSION 2019
The admission committee is planning on introducing a number of changes to the admission process for the session 2019-20. Benefits to students from villages to limit on the number of cancellations will be affected. Admission coordinator, Rajeev Gupta said, “The date of admission will be announced when our preparations will be complete. It is highly unlikely to start the admissions in the first week of May.” He further reported that there is no major apparent change in the DU admission process. He added that there are many misleading reports that are being circulated. The sports and ECA quotas are not going to be there. He said that they are going to have an official meet soon where all the rules and regulations will be announced and any such confusions and the falseness will be
Immediate release of DU professor demanded by activists

Immediate release of DU professor demanded by activists

CAMPUS BULETIN
On Wednesday ,The ‘Committee for the Defence and Release of Dr. G.N. Saibaba’ demanding the Delhi University Professor’s “immediate release on bail”. Mr. Saibaba, who is currently lodged in Nagpur Central Jail, has been suffering from severe health issues due to lack of medical care , several activists, professors and his family have reportedly appealed for his immediate release. The Professor’s wife, Vasantha Kumari that he is suffering from 19 ailments and the jail authorities are not even providing him with basic facilities. Apparently the wheelchair provided to him was a broken one and we had to send a new one. He is being subjected to mental torture in the prison. They hoped they will get justice but even the last bail plea got rejected. G. Haragopal committee chairman said,
Minding the language of differently abled with this new DU curriculum

Minding the language of differently abled with this new DU curriculum

COLLEGE BUZZ
Delhi University’s English department is likely to add disability literature as part of its revised curriculum for the undergraduate courses. The new course is expected to be given to colleges as an elective in both the undergraduate and master’s degree programmes. According to a member of the English department, “The idea behind the new course is to make the undergraduate students view literature through the lens of disability and to evolve in them a fresh critical perspective for reading literary representations and to enable them to explore various forms of literary representations of disability. This will help make them aware of the different ways in which disability figures and operates in a literary narrative.” In short, this course aims to introduce the undergraduate
Delhi university’s young voters looking for a strong government for the first time

Delhi university’s young voters looking for a strong government for the first time

CAMPUS BULETIN
The rise in voters has been from 54 percent in the 2009 Lok Sabha election to 68 percent in 2014. The young voters of Delhi University , who will be joyfully exercising their franchise for the first time, are looking forward to have a strong government at the Centre that can take quick yet efficient decisions in the interest of the country. There has been a sharp rise turnout in the 18-25 age group , all the parties are trying to woo this strata. It is experienced for the very first time in Indian electoral history that the turnout of first-time voters is higher than the overall voting. This year, the data will supposedly increase in the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections approximately over 1.5 crore. As reported by a student “With the airstrike on Balakot in Pakistan’s Khyber P
Protests held by ABVP in DU Campus against VC

Protests held by ABVP in DU Campus against VC

CAMPUS BULETIN
Protests were held by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad on Tuesday in Delhi University's North Campus against DU's Vice Chancellor accusing him of avoiding meeting with the elected student representatives. It was reported by the RSS affiliated outfit that Delhi University Students' Union office bearers have been constantly trying to get an appointment over issues such as “one course one fee” for the pg courses, centralised entry to hostels and accessibility in campus for specially-abled students with Tyagi. Shakti Singh, DUSU President said “ The vice chancellor has to end this dictatorial attitude of not listening to the problems of students. It is very unfortunate the way the problems of students are not being paid heed to. ” The members of ABVP organised a march from the