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After Baisoya, Delhi University Buddhist department’s lens on NSUI secretary

After Baisoya, Delhi University Buddhist department’s lens on NSUI secretary

CAMPUS BULETIN, COLLEGE BUZZ
After taking action against Ankit baisoya and cancelling his admission as the DUSU president the Buddhist department will formulate a departmental research committee to take action against Akshay kumar NSUI secretary who is a PhD student The HOD has said that kumar had also used fake mark sheets to get admission to the master’s course in the university. Kumar’s case was highlighted in October this year by the Buddhist department head KTS SARAO who informed that like Baisoya’s case kumar also allegedly used fake documents. His alleged forgery was found in January this year. After baisoya the department head said that he would now recommend the cancellation of Kumar’s admission in the meeting of the DRC, which will be called soon. As kits a PhD admission it will be cancelled by the BRS aft
DU outfits press for teaching Kancha Ilaiah’s work

DU outfits press for teaching Kancha Ilaiah’s work

CAMPUS BULETIN
Members of several teachers’ and students’ organisations held a public meeting at Delhi University’s north campus Wednesday to rally against the standing committee’s decision to drop three books by writer-activist Kancha Ilaiah from the MA Political Science syllabus for being ‘anti-Hindu’, and discontinue the use of the term ‘Dalit’ from academic discourse. Members of bodies such as the All India Democratic Students Organisation (AIDSO), All India Students Association (AISA), All India Students Federation (AISF), Krantikari Yuva Sangathan (KYS), Democratic Teachers’ Front (DTF), and Janwadi Shikshak Manch gathered under the banner of ‘SAVE DU,’ emphasising that dropping Ilaiah’s work from the syllabus was an attack on the diversity of academic thought. Apoorvanand, a professor in DU’s Hin
Essential Services Act on DU a Fatal Assault

Essential Services Act on DU a Fatal Assault

CAMPUS BULETIN
The Academics and Action for Development (AAD) Thursday said the Ministry of Human Resource Development’s constitution of a working group to impose the ESMA(Essential services maintenance Act)1968 was a “ Fatal Assault on the very idea of the university “. AAD Chairperson Aditya Narayan Misra said: “…Under ESMA Clause (VIII), anybody can be arrested for speaking out, ‘for instigation’ even ‘without warrant’. Clause (V) states that such an Act ‘… shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year…’ A teachers’ group said, “It’s an attack on debate, discussion, the spirit of inquiry and scholarship to pave way for privately-funded teaching shops sans fearless pursuit and dissemination of knowledge. Bringing Delhi University under ESMA is a hurried prelude to the l
Diktat for teachers at central universities like JNU & DU: Can’t criticize govt

Diktat for teachers at central universities like JNU & DU: Can’t criticize govt

CAMPUS BULETIN
University Grants Commission says all educational institutions taking funds from the Central govt will now come under rules that disallow protest. New Delhi: Teachers employed at central universities could find themselves in trouble if they participate in any anti-government protest or speak at an event critical of the government’s policy and functioning. This is because the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, which apply to other ‘civilian employees’, will now apply to university teachers as well. The rules say a government of India employee is not allowed to express his/her views on a platform that is critical of the government or participate in any protest. This was conveyed to all central universities by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in a letter it sent in May. Univers
Japanese now hold world’s most powerful passport, has visa-free access to 190 nations

Japanese now hold world’s most powerful passport, has visa-free access to 190 nations

CAMPUS BULETIN, EDITORIAL
Japan now has the most powerful passport in the world in terms of travel freedom, according to the 2018 Henley Passport Index. Key points: Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan sit at the bottom of the list UAE now ranked first in the Middle East region Kosovo's EU access could be dampened by rise of far-right populism Japanese citizens can enter without a visa or get a visa on arrival to 190 countries, overtaking Singapore, which enjoys visa-free access to 189 countries. Germany, France and South Korea tied in third, with a group of European nations — Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden and Spain — in hot pursuit. The United Kingdom and the United States slid down into the fifth spot with other European countries, followed by Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland and Canada in sixth position. Australi
Supreme Court allows DU law student who missed exam due to pregnancy to attend classes

Supreme Court allows DU law student who missed exam due to pregnancy to attend classes

CAMPUS BULETIN
As interim relief to a Delhi University law student who was detained for shortage of attendance on account of her pregnancy, the Supreme Court on Friday allowed her to attend classes for the next semester. The student was detained in the IV semester of the three-year LL.B. course for failing to attend the requisite number of classes, and thus sought permission to appear in the end semester examination. A Division Bench of Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice AM Khanwilkar issued notice to Delhi University in an appeal preferred by the student against the order of the Delhi High Court declining any relief to her on account of Rule 12 of the Bar Council of India’s Rules of Legal Education. The order of the Single Judge Bench was upheld in appeal before the Division Bench of the High Court. I