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Delhi metro: lifeline of every DU student

Delhi metro: lifeline of every DU student

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When you are in such a huge city like delhi you cant expect not to use public transport. Sometimes the condition of public transport is not good but in delhi the thing is opposite. Delhi metro is something that has become an integral part of our life specially the DU student who have come so far away from their family . Delhi metro is one such thing that is very important as well as the safest mode. It connects almost every part of the city. Even the railway and airways are also connected . Tourists spots ,major markets and every place is just away few minutes . There is no traffic at all . Even all Delhites students are also coming through the metros.   So Delhi metro is just like a light in the darkness  . The help to all those who don’t have any personal vehicle . I
Things to do in the final year of college

Things to do in the final year of college

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ
College life has a special place in our hearts. The last year of college is an amalgamation of multiple feelings and emotions that runs in one's mind. While some see it as a year to store all the precious memories, enjoy their freedom to the most, others see it as an opportunity to built the foundation of their entire professional life ahead. But what is it exactly that a person should do when the last year of college finally comes close? Technically speaking, it should be a mixture of both seriousness and nostalgia. College life won't come again, so you should revisit all the places and things that stay close to your heart. Enjoy your last year with the people you love. Have conversations with your mates and professors. Attend and take part in all the events and fests that take pl...
Amitabh Bachchan on his DU days: Used to wait for beautiful ladies to take the bus

Amitabh Bachchan on his DU days: Used to wait for beautiful ladies to take the bus

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Megastar Amitabh Bachchan recalled his bus ride days in Delhi with "good looking college-going ladies" when he was just a student. "I used to live near Teen Murti and take a bus for my daily commute to college. This bus used to go around the parliament and CP (Connaught Place) and further leave me at my university," Amitabh said. "Through this route, especially from CP, a lot of good looking college-going ladies from IP College and Miranda House used to take this bus. So we used to eagerly wait for the stop to arrive faster and wait for beautiful ladies to get in," he said during the shoot of Kaun Banega Crorepati. Hearing this, the studio audience was in splits. He shared, "After many years, once I graduated from the university and was employed, I met one of the beautiful...
Presidential debate at Delhi University college

Presidential debate at Delhi University college

CAMPUS BULETIN, DUSU ELECTIONS 2019
Ahead of the student union polls, a debate was held on Monday between the three presidential candidates—Vani, Anupam and Sachin Delhi University’s Hansraj College. Issues related to Infrastructure, facilities at library, crackdown on hooliganism and several other affecting the students took the centre stage at the debate. Probably inspired by the JNU’s presidential debate, the event marked the beginning of a new culture at the Delhi University college. Vani, Anupam and Sachin, respectively, represented the panel of ‘Change,’ ‘Nayab’ and ‘Revolution’. While one of the candidates Vani promised to set up a ‘chaupal’ system where students can express themselves on several issues. “Hansraj should be inclusive and for all. Considering the disabled students she plans
Key Candidates all prepared to fight the big DUSU election battle

Key Candidates all prepared to fight the big DUSU election battle

CAMPUS BULETIN, DUSU ELECTIONS 2019
Delhi University is all set for car rallies, open house events, street plays and a poster war as leading student unions announced their candidates for the Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU) elections on Thursday. Interestingly, the National Students' Union of India (NSUI) has fielded a woman candidate for the top post of president after a gap of 11 years and its rival Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has skipped a woman candidate for the post of president ninth year in the row. Sixteen candidates are in the fray for four DUSU posts - president, vice-president, secretary and joint secretary, of which only five are women. Elections will be held on September 12. The left ideology student group All India Students' Association (AISA) has also announced its candidate. AI...
East,west DU Campus and Uniform course fee proposed by ABVP’s Manifesto

East,west DU Campus and Uniform course fee proposed by ABVP’s Manifesto

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The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) released its manifesto on Saturday for the Delhi University students' union polls and promised a five-point model that revolves around campus, course, admission, examination and results. The RSS-affiliated outfit also released a separate manifesto for female students, promising to organise 'Mission Sahasi (courage) 2.0 and reach 20,000 female students to train them in self-defence techniques under the initiative. The five Ps are 'parisar' (campus), 'pathyakram' (course), 'pravesh' (admission), 'pareeksha' (examination) and 'parinam' (result).Under its plan for courses, the ABVP envisaged that the curriculum should be developed following three Rs -- review, rational debate and representation. "The academic council of DU must h...