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Exams Special: This is not just another blog on study Tips & Tricks

Exams Special: This is not just another blog on study Tips & Tricks

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Amigos, listen up! Exam days are at the brink. Had fun the whole semester and/or worked at college societies? No clue about the syllabus? Now, we can’t provide you either with the Doraemon’s Computer pencil or the Memory bread (that certainly didn’t work for Nobita, so wouldn’t pin your hopes on that either) but what we can do is prime you and provide you with some doable study hacks. So, now that we all are on board and ready for flunking the exams, let’s dive into the list, shall we? 1. Living this era, we know how distracting these mobile devices can be, but we forget that technology was originally invented for our assistance, not our bane. Thus, to remind you of that, we have compiled a curated list of apps that will not only help you away from your devices but also become an accessor
Corruption Free India by Delhi University

Corruption Free India by Delhi University

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Intending to create a corruption-free India, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), Delhi University (DU) is observing Vigilance Awareness Week from October 29, 2018, to November 3, 2018, at CCL Gandhinagar. The outset of this week kicked off as Ministries/Departments/Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs)/Public Sector Banks (PSBs) and all other Organizations took an Integrity Pledge at 11:00 am on 29 October 2018. According to the guidelines of CVC, the impetus of Vigilance Awareness Programme was to create awareness among the citizens, explicitly youths, against turning a blind eye towards corruption, and motivate and encourage them to participate in eradicating this pertinent issue that our country is grappling with, hence the theme “Eradicate corruption-build a new India”. The Vigil
North Campus Special: Cafe that serves variety of Mouthwatering Pasta and Dosa’s

North Campus Special: Cafe that serves variety of Mouthwatering Pasta and Dosa’s

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Bored of those mundane dosas, pastas, and Manchurians? Well, fellas, we are honored to bring you the glad tidings as we introduce you to the cream of the crop, the Great Indian Dosa. This whimsical café is dishing out more than 100 variants of dosas; from delectable Nutella dosas to pasta dosas to Turkish dosas, they have it all. You say it, they dish it. Their dosas are the poster boy of paragon in the community of dosas. These scrumptious delicacies are a fresh and welcoming innovation to everybody’s palate. After all, who knew that Nutella and dosas could be two peas in a pod? Two of the most interesting creations of this dosa paradise would be pasta and Manchurian dosas. Their highlight of the menu is the Italian red pasta dosa and cheese red pasta dosa. Furthermore, to entice your
“DTC bus route 544 – Every molester’s Heaven”

“DTC bus route 544 – Every molester’s Heaven”

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Molestation and harassment are those notorious twin sisters that nobody wants to talk about. People have been unwilling to open up that can of worms but recently got spoken about very limpidly, so much so, that an avalanche of #MeToo came pouring down on social media with stories of women being harassed or molested. On Tuesday, within a week after a molestation incident involving a Delhi University student on DTC bus route 544 came to light, the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) announced a morning and evening "ladies special bus service". Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Saurabh Bharadwaj called upon an urgent meeting with the DTC, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), Delhi police and the transport department regarding the complaints on eve-teasing along the route of Kamla Nehru and Gargi colle...
Food subsidy withdrawn in Delhi university

Food subsidy withdrawn in Delhi university

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50 percent food subsidy given to the differently abled students in hostel mess has been withdrawn, even as the Delhi University administration claims to be working out on the modalities. Claims were made by students regarding the subsidy they were receiving on food mess since 2012. However, from July, they will have to pay the same amount as the other students. A resident of Mansarowar Hostel in the varsity stated that a demand for separate hostels for PwD (persons with disabilities) was raised in 2012. The varsity, at that time, told that there would be five percent reservation on the seats and the mess rates would be halved. Nevertheless, they have not been given food at subsidized rates from last two to three months. Another resident of University Hostel For Women stated that numerou...
Delhi University: ABVP in a turmoil

Delhi University: ABVP in a turmoil

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On Tuesday, DUSU president body vanquisher, Ankiv Baisoya, got embroiled in a fake degree controversy. During 2016, in the sixth semester of BA (H) Economics, his name appeared in the attendance sheet of the college of Vocational Studies (CVS). Per contra, according to the claims made by him and his party, ABVP, he was enrolled in the Thiruvalluvar University in Vellore concurrently. NSUI’s allegations have cast aspersions on the authenticity of his documents submitted to DU administration to get enrolment in MA Buddhist Studies. In order to debunk the allegations, ABVP is burning the candle from both ends and are trying to procure an official statement from the Vellore-based university. A memorandum asking for an impeachment of our DUSU president has been submitted to the dean of student