DU asks students not to play Holi in campus

Control rooms set up in collaboration with the police to receive complaintsDelhi University’s Proctor’s office has asked students not to play Holi in the campus and said that hooliganism and eve-teasing of any form is strictly prohibited. It added that verbal or derogatory remarks against women too is prohibited. The university in its advisory said […]

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Dismantling Sexism in Delhi University, One Ugly Custom at a Time

It’s been a month of grit and victories for students challenging patriarchy in Delhi University. After a long struggle, female students were able to extend their curfew in Miranda House from 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm, while also effecting a few other relaxations in the rules. These students state that their struggle will continue till the […]

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EWS quota to add 16,000 seats in Delhi University

Since the 10% reservation for the  economically weaker sections in higher education necessitates overall seats to go up by 25%, there is likely to be an increase of around 16,000 seats in  Delhi University ,while  Indian Institute of Technology ,Delhi, and Jawaharlal Nehru University, both residential institutions with limited hostel accommodation, could see student intake going […]

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DU teachers to go on two-day strike to demand promotions

The DUTA demands the pending cases of promotions in colleges and university departments be processed with no further delay or bureaucratic requirements. NEW DELHI: Teachers will observe a two-day strike against the Delhi University  administration ignorance towards the pending promotions and non-involvement of the elected representatives in major decisions. “We are writing to you to […]

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NEW YEAR’S DAY – THE HISTORY, TRADITIONS, AND CUSTOMS

Civilizations around the world have been celebrating the start of each New Year for at least four millennia. Today, most New Year’s festivities begin on December 31 (New Year’s Eve), the last day of the Gregorian calendar, and continue into the early hours of January 1 (New Year’s Day). Common traditions include attending parties, eating […]

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DU teacher’s body hits out at varsity for delay

“The lackadaisical approach of the administration to timely adoption of UCG Regulations 2018 for teachers to get long over due promotional benefits is incomprehensible “ said  DUTA President Rajib Ray . On December 9 , Delhi University (DU) Registrar Tarun  Kumar Das announced the  varsity’s Academic Council (AC) meeting scheduled on December 12 – after […]

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What is CBCS or Choice Based Credit System? How Does It Work?

It was amidst a lot of apprehensions that the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) was introduced by the University of Delhi in 2016. A Brief Background of its Implementation: The Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) was introduced in the University of Delhi (DU) in the year 2016. As the University Grants Commission (UGC) moved away […]

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Delhi University’s SOL classes begin after 3-month delay

The semesters for all the regular courses were over and examinations were underway in colleges across the DU, the SOL students were still waiting for their classes to begin Amid much chaos and confusion, the classes of Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) kicked off on Sunday after a delay of more than three […]

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DU teachers can now be promoted to professors

With Delhi University ratifying the University Grants Commission’s regulations for promotions, assistant professors can now become professors in colleges. This would, a committee formed by the university to assess the regulation stated, improve research activity in colleges. The DU administration had constituted the committee to look into the operational aspects of the UGC Regulation on […]

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Delhi University students protest again over curfew hours

On Monday the protest had started on from the Art faculty and resulted in clashes between police and students after traffic movement was blocked. To exert pressure on the Delhi University to meet their demands on women-related issues, particularly ‘curfew’ timings, student collective Pinjra Tod regrouped on Wednesday afternoon to stage a protest for the second […]

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