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Tension among the Academic Council over the change in the Syllabus

Tension among the Academic Council over the change in the Syllabus

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Tension aroused among the academic council meeting of DU at Tuesday evening. Some of the ABVP members entered into the Viceregal Lodge and started protesting against the English Syllabus. After much disturbance by the protesters council decided to refer back the English , History,  Political Science, Sociology syllabus to their respective departments for modification. After 11 July Standing Committee meeting was called to discuss the new updates in the Undergraduate Courses. Their was opposition to English Syllabus over the addition of ‘Maniben alias Bibijan’ by Shilpa Palarkar — a story set during the Gujrat Riots and questions were also raised on the papers on caste in literature and queerness  Rasal Singh, member of the right-wing teachers’ group, National D
Delhi University new syllabus faces backlash from ABVP

Delhi University new syllabus faces backlash from ABVP

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Academic council of Delhi University wanted to change syllabus for UG courses. The syllabus chosen was according to UGC guidelines and was based on CBCS.  The academic council wanted new syllabus to be implemented from session 19-20 but ABVP lead a protest against this outside Vice Chancellor's office. According to the protesters some objectionable material is added in syllabus mainly by English and history departments, like portraying the story of RSS and Bajrang Dal in Gujarat riots 2002 in a bad manner by English department and many other inclusions also by history and journalism department.  DUSU's president, Shakti Singh said that he will not let lies and biased topics to be included in new syllabus.
Assure aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted in DU

Assure aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted in DU

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NSUI president says, "Assure aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted in DU" On  Friday Neeraj Kundan (President)  met Yogesh Tyagi  ( Delhi University's vice-chancellor)  and needed a strong and exhaustive mechanism to persuade that aspirants with fake degrees are not admitted. Ankiv Baisoya (Former DUSU president)  was blamed of equiping a fake mark sheet to gain admission. The university had registered a case against him. Neeraj Kundan (President)  said that in future  its  ultimate appeal to university that such cheaters and ineligible aspirants are not allowed to gain admission.  An accurate  action along with setting agreement should be place to identify such cases. According to official statistics, after t...
The newly introduced syllabus for more than 78 undergraduate programmes

The newly introduced syllabus for more than 78 undergraduate programmes

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The Standing Committee at Delhi University has approved the draft of the newly introduced syllabus for more than 78 undergraduate programmes to be implemented in this session. The final decision will be taken by the Executive Council on July 20, a day before the new session will begin at DU colleges. According to the stakeholders, the students and teachers might have to work harder as it will take time to arrange the reading materials and textbooks.  While 78 subjected were cleared, there are three papers included in the DU's new syllabus. A section of Delhi University panel has suggested excluding the lesson on Gujarat riot lesson under the BA (Programme) courses as it puts RSS in a bad light and portrays them as the attackers in the Gujarat riot. Rasal Singh, member of a right-wi
DU 4th Cutoff Released(Live updates)

DU 4th Cutoff Released(Live updates)

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Colleges of the University of Delhi has started releasing the fourth Cutoff list for the admission to the undergraduate programmes. candidates can check the fourth cutoff of Delhi University by visiting the official website of the individual colleges. It must be noted that the Colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi start releasing the cutoff for Delhi University admissions 2019 on its official website after which the compiled list will be published on the official website of Delhi University by tonight. So far colleges such as Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College, Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences, Gargi College and Shyam Lal College have started releasing the fourth cutoff of Delhi University. Candidates who wish to check the cutoff can click on the links given b...
A letter by DUTA to HRD ministry regarding EWS quota for general category

A letter by DUTA to HRD ministry regarding EWS quota for general category

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DUTA has written about the incapability of varsity regarding implementation of 10% quota for EWS of general category. They also added that the expenses regarding this should not be shifted upon students.  After the start of new academic session teachers want government to interfere in order to get this implemented. Government has given more than 150 crores to the varsity to expand their staff whether it's teaching or non teaching and to implement the 10% quota.   DUTA says that allocated money is not enough for all the requirements. More than 4500 teachers were denied permanent post as there have been very few interviews from many years and they all are working as ad hoc teachers. In the letter written by DUTA they wrote about the consequences of this implementation. The posts f