Author: Apurva

Once again delay by SOL administration leads to protest

Once again delay by SOL administration leads to protest

CAMPUS BULETIN
Delhi University’s School of Open Learning students once again protested against the SOL administration for not issuing admit cards at Arts Faculty. Members of the Krantikari Yuva Sangathan also stood in support by the students. According to an official from the School of Open Learning (SOL), the charges are not valid since the admit cards were uploaded on the Learning Management System (LMS) earlier. He also said, a delay took place while uploading the timetable of the exams as the various departments took time in sending the finalized schedule. Also, the students were unofficially informed that exams would be commencing from November 26. Whereas, KYS alleged that students did not received their admit cards until three days were left before exams. "SOL students pursuing MA Political Sc
Fake Documents Submitted By Newly Elected President of DUSU, Says NSUI

Fake Documents Submitted By Newly Elected President of DUSU, Says NSUI

CAMPUS BULETIN
Ankiv Baisoya of RSS-affiliated ABVP, few days ago was elected as the president of DUSU is now accused of submitting fake documents to gain admission in Delhi University by NSUI. However, The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad denied the accusation by saying that, the varsity allowed Ankiv’s admission after verifying the documents that were submitted by him during admissions. NSUI stated that the BA certificate submitted by Ankiv from Thiruvalluvar University to get admission in MA (Buddhist Studies) was fake. Also, they released a letter from the said university that was sent in response to a communication from student's body. According to NSUI, Thiruvalluvar University clearly refused on having a student of such name and the serial number of the marksheet provided by Ankiv is not on t
JNUSU Elections 2018: Polling on its Way

JNUSU Elections 2018: Polling on its Way

CAMPUS BULETIN
Jawaharlal Nehru University students are voting today in the students union polls through which the top positions in the politically active campus will be filled. Elections are held in the campus for the positions of president, vice president, general secretary and joint secretary. The Left-backed All India Students Association (AISA), Democratic Students Federation(DSF), All India Students Federation (AISF) and Students Federation of India (SFI) have decided to come together to form the United Left Alliance. The RSS affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad(ABVP) and Congress affiliated National Students Union of India(NSUI) have also put up their perfectly capable candidates which are most likely to be looking to challenge the Left hegemony on the campus. Also, considering the con...
Metro Cards now useful in DTC buses

Metro Cards now useful in DTC buses

CAMPUS BUZZ
Delhi Metro Cards as useful as they are, now going to be helpful while traveling in DTC buses also. From now onwards they will be valid while traveling on all DTC and cluster buses. On friday, Delhi Government announced this, enabling thousands of commuters to take hassle-free rides. Delhi Government said in a printed advertisement, ''Great news for the people of Delhi! Metro card is now valid on all DTC and cluster buses.'' According to an official, Metro Cards will be available at all Delhi Transport Corporation(DTC) outlets. With this move, the travel for the commuters will become easier. Also, this step will help in popularizing commuters on public buses.
Delhi University: UGC withhold grants if 21 College don’t appoint permanent principals

Delhi University: UGC withhold grants if 21 College don’t appoint permanent principals

COLLEGE BUZZ
Delhi University's 21 colleges have been warned by University Grants Commission (UGC) that their grants will be withhold if they do not appoint regular principals. Top institutions such as Kamla Nehru College, Gargi College, Hindu College, Jesus and Mary College are the part of this list. Surprisingly, there have been no regular principal in Hindu College since 2012 and other colleges have acting heads for almost eight years or more. According to the official, the day to day functioning of the colleges are done by the use of funds. Whereas, long-term administrative decisions can only be taken by permanent principals. However, the specific details about the percentage of the funds that will be frozen are unavailable at the moment. Some of the DU’S 90 affiliated colleges are funded by Delh
Delhi University releases 9th cut-off list

Delhi University releases 9th cut-off list

ADMISSONS 2018, CAMPUS BULETIN
Delhi University released its ninth cut-off listcut-off list for undergraduate courses today. Some of the colleges in North Campus also announced the availability of some seats for general category in different courses. Hansraj College have seats open for Bsc Life science, whereas in Kirori Mal College have seats in BA (Hons) English, Hindi and Political Science and also, Bsc (Hons) in Botany and Physics. Students can also apply for Bcom (Hons), BA (Hons) Hindi, Bcom and Bsc Life Science in Daulat Ram College. Hindu College have opening in Bsc (Hons) Physics and Chemistry. In Ramjas College, you can apply to BA(Hons) Political Science and Economics while Miranda House have admissions open for BA (Hons) English and Sociology. Apart from them there are many off campus colleges like Atma ...