Author: Jyotsna Bhasin

Assure aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted in DU

Assure aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted in DU

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NSUI president says, "Assure aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted in DU" On  Friday Neeraj Kundan (President)  met Yogesh Tyagi  ( Delhi University's vice-chancellor)  and needed a strong and exhaustive mechanism to persuade that aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted. Ankiv Baisoya (Former DUSU president)  was blamed of equiping a fake mark sheet to gain admission. The university had registered a case against him. Neeraj Kundan (President)  said that in future  its  ultimate appeal to university that such cheaters and ineligible aspirants are not allowed to gain admission.  An accurate  action along with setting agreement should be place to identify such cases. According to official statistics, after t...
DU college gears up to support visually impaired aspirants

DU college gears up to support visually impaired aspirants

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In an attempt to provide visually impaired aspirants hassle-free access to important locations and offices on the campus, Delhi University's Kirori Mal College (KMC) has installed more than 80 acrylic sheets with QR codes. These codes can be easily read by using open source applications on smart phones by aspirants. "Every year, many aspirants from persons with disability (PwD) category join the university with visual impairment being one of the most common disabilities. Under the Mapped by Digital Vision programme, the college is taking a sensitive path towards providing visually impaired aspirants equal access to the facilities on the campus," says Seema Parihar, associate professor of Geography and nodal teacher, KMC. The acrylic sheets have been put up in important lo...
Seniors to the rescue of foreign aspirations

Seniors to the rescue of foreign aspirations

CAMPUS BUZZ
As aspirants struggle to connect with officials on admission procedure Over the last 6 years, aspirants from over 95 different countries have sought admissions in Delhi University, according to the Foreign Students’ Registry (FSR) office. Over 498 foreign aspirants were admitted in the 2017-18 academic session. However, various foreign aspirants said that the services provided to them during the admissions “lacked satisfaction”. Poor contact between departments/colleges and the FSR office and incompetent support system to assist the foreign aspirants in comply to a new city are the key issues which have pushed fellow aspirants to form associations to help each other. FSR is the branch of Delhi University which takes accussation of all foreign admissions. ‘Language barrier’ ‘lan
DU’s off-campus colleges become springboards to sporting success

DU’s off-campus colleges become springboards to sporting success

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These past few years in Delhi University, the off-campus colleges have fast emerged as the leaders in sports. Students admitted under the sports quota often prefer these colleges for the support they get there, and it is these institutions that are producing the sports people representing the country and university in international events like Asian Games and University Summer Olympics. Anil Kumar Kalkal, director of the Delhi University Sports Council, explained that centralised trials for admissions, started in 2016, allowed the students to keep their options open on where they wanted to study. “Earlier, they competed in the trials in North Campus colleges, but found it impossible to reach the off-campus institutions the same day for the trials there,” said Kalkal. “That is why
Agenda for St. Stephen’s sport trials out

Agenda for St. Stephen’s sport trials out

CAMPUS BULETIN
The agenda for sports trials for admission to St. Stephen’s College under the sports quota has been discharged on the college’s website. While verification of the sports certificates will be carried out between June 16 and June 19 at the office of Department of Physical Education, the trials will take place between June 20 and July 4, to be adhered at the sports arenas of the college. The college follows a process isolated from the admissions process of Delhi University. Aspirants must note that sports merit admission applicants must certify the academic riders as relevant in order to qualify. The final interviews for aspirants applying through the sports quota will be held on July 11, 12 and 13.
Delhi University offers less seats for MPhil/PhD in 15 courses

Delhi University offers less seats for MPhil/PhD in 15 courses

DU ADMISSION 2019
This year, Delhi University will not admit any PHD aspirant in microbiology and 40 fewer aspirants in geography and 39 fewer in Hindi than last year. On 3rd June,  university started the registration process for MPhil,  PhD courses,  the information bulletin showed that in 11 courses the number of seats for PhD admissions had been reduced.  There are a total of 53 courses in which PhD  is offered by university. This reduction in seats was result of implementation of UGC regulations of 2016, in which commission put a limit on number of MPhil and PhD aspirants a professor,  associate professor and assistant professor could supervise. This regulation was adopted by DU and made into an ordinance in 2017. As per the rule,  a professor c...