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Plea by a Gwyer hall hostler

A plea was filed by a differently abled DU’s student residing in Gwyer Hall hostel in Delhi’s High Court. It was for not conducting the student’s union elections in hostel. According to Umang Bhardwaj, the student residing in Gwyer Hall said that no polls were held for session 2018-19 and the previous year’s union continued […]

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Generation gap adding colors to society

DU held a wall painting competition on 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Many students form different colleges and departments took part in it and wrote their slogans broadly to express their pertinence with Gandhi’s thoughts. Now onward as you walk from Vishwavidyalaya metro station to art faculty campus you will be tailgated by many […]

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DUSU: general overview of real politics

Even after a week of elections being conducted, DUSU elections are still in limelight. From accusing President Ankiv Baisoya of submitting fake documents to AISA members demanding a case to be filed against Vice-president Shakti Singh. A signature campaign was started by AISA members regarding a case to be filed against Vice-president for the violence […]

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Delhi University: Poor admission process for the Mphil/Phd students

Delhi University announced 5% relaxation in the results of the entrance exams of PhD/MPhil for reserved categories and physically disabled aspirants. In spite of the announcement made by varsity, there are still vast number of seats that are yet to be filled. Following the announcement, the interviews will begin from Tuesday, 18 September 2018. While […]

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The prominent Delhi University is again in headlines for the negative reasons. Where on one hand there is political fights, student’s robbery cases are going on another thing came in headlines. An RTI affirmed that DU has collected ₹3 crores as fee from revaluation and rechecking between the year of 2015-16 and 2017-18. Students are […]

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Delhi University: Necessity for change by Arvind Kejriwal

A new step towards development of education in India. Education in India is still orthodox, different people with different interests are taught same things and being judged on the basis of a single sheet and as said, we can not solve our problems with the same thinking used when we created them. Therefore some changes […]

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