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

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 […]

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DU outfits press for teaching Kancha Ilaiah’s work

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 […]

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Essential Services Act on DU a Fatal Assault

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 […]

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

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 […]

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

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 […]

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

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 […]

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