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Delhi University’s SOL classes begin after 3-month delay

The semesters for all the regular courses were over and examinations were underway in colleges across the DU, the SOL students were still waiting for their classes to begin Amid much chaos and confusion, the classes of Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) kicked off on Sunday after a delay of more than three […]

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Sudden rise in farm fires, air quality levels may hit emergency in Delhi

Air pollution loitered between ‘very poor’ and ‘serious’ levels in the national capital on Saturday and endangered to enter the ‘emergency’ category even as officials in Punjab reported a big spike in farm fires after Diwali. According to pollution forecasting agencies, the air is likely to diminish over the next 2 days since the wind […]

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Delhi girls give up top college for lower ranked one if commute is not safe: Study

Girls in Delhi are willing to choose an academically worse college if it means travelling by a route that is perceived to be safer. They are also willing to fork out almost Rs 20,000 more per year than boys and spend 40 minutes longer on their daily commute if it meant less harassment. These are […]

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DU should have paid maternity leave for ad-hoc teachers, advice by university panel

A Delhi University panel has recently given its advice for its women ad-hoc teachers working in the university. On November 1, 2018, the Regulation Amendment Committee has advised that the ad hoc teachers must be allowed paid maternity leaves. The committee which consists of 20 members including 4 principals and 7 academic council members besides […]

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SOFICA & UDYAMITA Organizes Workshop on Time Management

“Manage your time, or time will manage you.”⏱ Keeping in mind the importance and need of time management skills , a time management workshop was organized by SOFICA(FIC) and udyamita(E-cell)exclusively for its members. The session was taken by convenor of Both the cells, Dr. Jasmine Kaur Lamba along with Ms. Gurneet kaur. The beginning of […]

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DU outfits press for teaching Kancha Ilaiah’s work

Members of several teachers’ and students’ organisations held a public meeting at Delhi University’s north campus Wednesday to rally against the standing committee’s decision to drop three books by writer-activist Kancha Ilaiah from the MA Political Science syllabus for being ‘anti-Hindu’, and discontinue the use of the term ‘Dalit’ from academic discourse. Members of bodies […]

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Those In Need brings a unique way of spreading awareness

Those In Need brings a unique way of spreading awareness about Organ Donation through a Worldwide Flash Mob Sunday 25th November, 2018 | Pacific Mall, Delhi Now celebrating its seventh year, Dance for Kindness, set for Sunday, November 25th, is an annual worldwide Flash Mob kicking off World Kindness Week, organized by Those In Need […]

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Corruption Free India by Delhi University

Intending to create a corruption-free India, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), Delhi University (DU) is observing Vigilance Awareness Week from October 29, 2018, to November 3, 2018, at CCL Gandhinagar. The outset of this week kicked off as Ministries/Departments/Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs)/Public Sector Banks (PSBs) and all other Organizations took an Integrity Pledge at 11:00 […]

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