Author: Shubham garg

University of Delhi to launches a new anti-ragging mechanism with help of Delhi police from the new session

University of Delhi to launches a new anti-ragging mechanism with help of Delhi police from the new session

CAMPUS BULETIN
If a student faces any sort of harassment and wishes to complain ,they can do so by dropping a written complaint in any complaint box in their college or call anti- ragging helpline number 1801805522 or the joint control room members  The University  of Delhi (DU ) adopts several security is about to begin at the varsity , A meeting between senior staff members  from DU and official from DTC , metro and police was held earlier this week in which it was re enforced to strictly implement implementation of anti ranging and anti harassment measures.   Among some of the precautionary measures  , the varsity has decided to set two joint control room each in North and south campus from July 20 to July 27 , 2019 . The helpline number for the north campus is 27667221 and for the south campu
DU Admissions 2019 : How to Transfer or Withdraw Admission after 3rd Cutoff List 2019?

DU Admissions 2019 : How to Transfer or Withdraw Admission after 3rd Cutoff List 2019?

CAMPUS BUZZ, DU ADMISSION 2019
With the admission season at its peak, Delhi University has received huge number of applications this year against the limited seats in each DU college. The University of Delhi released its latest third cut off 2019 on 8th July onwards and the comprehensive cutoff for science, commerce and arts subjects is available ondu.ac.in.  There has been a marginal dip in the percentage for admission to several courses. Apart from this, top colleges such as Hindu College, Ramjas College. Miranda House and SRCC among others have stopped releasing further cut-off for the top courses that were high in demand. From 62,000 seats that are available in DU including the reservations, admission on 60 per cent seats have been claimed till now. And the process of admission withdrawals is still ongoing.
Confusion over Board marks: DU extends admission date for Andhra students

Confusion over Board marks: DU extends admission date for Andhra students

CUT OFF 2019, DU ADMISSION 2019
Student fill up admission for new addmission in Ist year Delhi University at art faculty for the graduation courses in north campus in New Delhi on 05 June 2013 Photo By Qamar Sibtain The Delhi University Monday extended the date of admission for candidates whose grievances were pending and students from Andhra Pradesh as there was some confusion over the eligibility criteria applicable for them. In a decision taken late Monday night, the varsity authorities informed college principals that the admission portal will remain open till 7 pm Tuesday for colleges to "admit pending cases", including applicants with grievances that were attended by college and university grievance committees.There were issues like confusion over names in certificates and some mistakes in fillin...
DU Entrance Examination Admit Card 2019 to be out Today?

DU Entrance Examination Admit Card 2019 to be out Today?

DU ADMISSION 2019
Delhi University Entrance Test is scheduled to start from July 3, 2019. With just a few days left for the commencement of the examination, the University is expected to soon release the DUET Admit Card 2019. DU will be releasing the admit cards in the online mode.  Candidates who successfully completed the online registration process for the various postgraduate level programmes offered by the university can visit the official website to download the admit card. They will have login using their credentials on the official website . Canidates must note that the DU PG Admit Card 2019 will only be allotted to them if they are deemed eligible for appearing in the DU PG entrance test. Also, no candidate will be sent a hard copy of the DU PG Admit Card 2019 by post, candidates will ha
Why limited subject options for boys in DU?

Why limited subject options for boys in DU?

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ, COLLEGE BUZZ
Male candidates are clearly at a disadvantaged situation when it comes to seeking admission in DU. Subjects such as Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology and Geography (Honours) and Home Science are mostly available in women colleges.  This leaves the boys with limited options of seeking admission in only a few co-ed colleges with lesser seats for them. Moreover, these subjects are taught in very few co-education colleges. "Traditionally, these have been preferred subjects picked by the girls. Till now, there has been less demand from the male applicants," said Shougaijm Somorendro Singh, deputy dean of Students Welfare Department. Home Sciences is traditionally considered a female-oriented course. However, the dividing line is blurring. Boys are showing interest in this course
DU extends last date for registration for PG, MPhil, PhD courses till June 22

DU extends last date for registration for PG, MPhil, PhD courses till June 22

DU ADMISSION 2019
Delhi University has extended the last date for registrations for PG,MPhil and PhD courses till June 22, officials said Monday. The Delhi High Court had directed the varsity to extend the last date for registration to June 22 for undergraduate courses and to follow last year's eligibility criteria for admission. However,the varsity Monday said the registration portal will remain open for all UG, PG, M.Phil. and PhD courses till June 22. The last date has been extended for all courses,an official said. They said that this has been done to provide equal opportunity to all the candidates