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Security officials did nothing when men gatecrashed campus, molested girls

Security officials did nothing when men gatecrashed campus, molested girls

CAMPUS BULETIN
On the last day of Reverie, the annual cultural fest of Gargi College, there occured a massive breach of security. Despite the several guards and police officers stationed at the college premises, a rowdy, chaotic crowd managed to enter the college without proper id cards. These people allegedly groped, ogled, and harassed the women in the college grounds. They were touched in inappropriate places, catcalled and followed after the fest ended. When the aggrieved students went to the principal and administration to take certain actions against these men, they were simply dismissed by saying that if they don't feel safe at college, they shouldn't come. Since then the entire college has been protesting within its premises which has forced the administration to look into the issue. An fi...
Day 50 of DU protest, odd semester results to be postponed

Day 50 of DU protest, odd semester results to be postponed

CAMPUS BULETIN
On Monday, hundreds of teachers from Delhi University held a demonstration at ITO to mark 50 days since they demanded the absorption of ad-hoc teachers. Along with absorption, these teachers have several other demands including issues of promotions, pensions, illegal recovery etc. While the MHRD has been cooperative with the teachers, no such attention is given by the DU adminstration. Infact, the university has failed to implement things ordered by the MHRD and UGC. More than 4500 ad-hoc teachers were seen protesting in December. In order to prevent the students from suffering, the teachers agreed to resume the classes, but their demands still remain intact. They raised their voices against the New Education Policy. They feel that the government should come up with a one-time
Tarang : The Annual Cultural Fest 2020 will be bigger than 2019

Tarang : The Annual Cultural Fest 2020 will be bigger than 2019

FESTS 2020
The yearly cultural festival of LSR will be held from 1st to 3rd February 2020(Tentatively). It gives its audience three days of exquisite events and star performances which makes it one of the most popular fest amongst the colleges of Delhi University. Throughout the span of three days, multiple competitions take place simultaneously, including quizzes, art, dance and music shows. It becomes even more exciting as the grounds of LSR college are lined up with hundreds of food stalls with a wide variety scrumptious food and drinks. Last year it was studded with incredible performances by artists such as Fakira Khan Bhadresh group, When Chai Met Toast, Indian Ocean, The Revisit Project, Miss Tara and Kunal Kamra. This year, it is set to be even bigger and better. 
Top 5 DU fests that you cannot miss in 2020

Top 5 DU fests that you cannot miss in 2020

CAMPUS BULETIN, FESTS 2020
The months of January to March are extremely exciting for the students of Delhi University since these are months filled with back to back fests taking place in various colleges. Each college has its own way and tradition of organising such events and since it is impossible for a person to attend all fests occuring in over 60 colleges, we bring you the top 5 fests of Delhi University 1. Crossroads- Shri Ram College of Commerce This college needs no introduction. It's annual fest attracts multiple reputed brands as sponsors. In addition to that, it, manages to get the top artists of the country to perform on every night of the fest, including Dj cheatas, Farhan Akhtar, Atif Aslam and many more, who have performed in the past. 2. Mecca- Hindu College This college gives a t...
Delhi University students breaking barriers

Delhi University students breaking barriers

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ
The 96th convocation of Delhi University on Monday saw several unique students who had gone past all the traditional conventions and pursued their studies. Some of them, like Virender Singh and Narottam Singh proved to us that it's never too late to learn. Virender Singh, 62 was like any other army man. Until one day, after thirty six years of serving in the army, he took a voluntary retirement to do his PhD on Organisational Pride and Performance. After army, Singh was also involved with the corporate sector and entered into a business partnership, due to which he rarely had time for studies. But in 2012, he finally decided to go ahead with his PhD. Being a bright student in his graduate days, it was not difficult for him to return to academics. Also sitting among the crowd of c...
Diwali – Festival of Lights

Diwali – Festival of Lights

CAMPUS BULETIN
Diwali is the most popular festival of India. It is mainly celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains all over the world. It marks the victory of good over evil, light over darkness. Lord Rama returns to his home in Ayodhya after defeating Ravana. To mark his arrival, people light up their houses with fairylights, diyas and colourful rangolis. It is a festival of joy. People visit their family and friends with sweets and gifts. They come together to eat good food, and enjoy the company of their loved ones, taking a break from the hectic, monotonous lives. In order to prepare for Diwali, people start cleaning, painting and repairing and renovating their homes. This gives them a chance of maintaining the houses and other stuff once a year. Several sweets are either bought from the market ...