The University of Delhi (DU) is yet to release the official admission schedule on their website but the registrations for admissions may start in the first week of April. The National Testing Agency (NTA) and DU will jointly announce the complete admission schedule. Pankaj Arora, dean of admissions, said, "We are trying to reschedule the admission process to complete it within the set timeline and avoid any clashes with the classes. No new courses will be introduced for entrance-based admissions and the entrance tests will continue to be conducted by the NTA." The Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) is conducted to enrol students in select undergraduate (UG) courses including BA (Honours) Business Economics, Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (F...
The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) resolved to “modify”its agitation over ad hoc absorption following a general body meeting. It said teachers would return to work but would continue to “boycott evaluation and screening”. They will also continue to carry out protest demonstrations in front of the V-C’s office to mark their protest over unresolved issues of“one-time regulation for absorption, promotion, pension,recovery and issue of physical education teachers” The union has also planned to reach out to Members of Parliament over their demand for absorption besides reaching out to the Prime Minister. It has planned other demonstrations and methods, such as ensuring the issue is raised in Parliament in order to push its demand
Entrepreneurship Cell, IIT Roorkee is organizing its annual flagship event- E-Summit 2020 on 1-2 February. It is a networking hub for corporates, professionals, students and budding entrepreneurs from all across the nation. We aspire to provide them with the best possible experience, opportunities and an avenue to enrich themselves with knowledge about the entrepreneurial world. With the theme, “Disruption Dilemma” our aim is to create an impact and keep on innovating. Join us as we try to inspire and prepare the next wave of Indian Entrepreneurs who know how to create impact and keep on innovating! "DISRUPTION DILEMMA" Create impact and keep on innovating. In a startup journey, there are three major stages: 0, 1 and n. At 0, you are just beginning and your idea is all you h
As per our sources, Teachers are not going from 10th December, 2019 to check semester exams and those staff members who want to check are not allowed to do so. Thus, DU Results for the November - December 2019 UG examinations are set to be postponed and delhi university will release start releasing results in either 4th week of January or first week of February. This is because of the strike done by DUTA during the semester exams. Will this lead to a huge drop in the results? Colleges are now reopen and students started coming to classes, in this case if teachers will skip classes to check exams will further effect the studies.
Crossroads is the Annual Cultural College Fest of Shri Ram College of Commerce presented by The SRCC Students' Union. The event will be infused with engaging competitions, celebrity nights, electrifying music, best of food and amazing experiences. One of the few names on the sponsor's list for this event are Audi, Nescafe, Crocs, Pepsi, Vh1 etc.. As usual, it will be held for 4 days, from 7th March 2020 to 10th March 2020. The last time this event was organized, some of the greatest artists came to perform there such as Benny Dayal and Nucleya. The expected footfall range at this event is from 5000 to 20000 people. With each passing year, Delhi university colleges hosts some of the most amazing fests with the biggest events, the biggest prizes, and the biggest stars! They inclu
As a new semester began at Delhi University Tuesday, its teachers’ association intends to continue its almost month-long strike. DUTA had boycotted examination and evaluation duties during end semester exams. Their primary demand is that the 4,500-odd ad hoc teachers be absorbed into permanent positions. “The call for strike still stands but teachers will collect syllabi from their colleges. We will conduct a review on January 7 to decide the future course of action,” said DUTA president Rajib Ray. However, university officials said evaluation is “on track”. “Results are likely to be declared by January-end,” said Dean (Examinations) Vinay Gupta.