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How to know RATES and QUALITY of T-shirts

How to know RATES and QUALITY of T-shirts

CAMPUS BULETIN, EDITORIAL
https://youtu.be/dU1czNfTAuc Are you looking for t-shirts manufacturers or printers. I better suggest you to go with manufacturers because they can play with sizes after the t-shirts are printed, instead no help provided by the printers as they buy t-shirts in bulk and print it later. Here are 5 points you must remember before you make your t-shirts order. As I discussed above, you always go with the manufacturer instead a mere t-shirts printer.As you go along, the next question is about the fabric quality. You must always discuss about its cotton % and GSM. It must be around 70-80% of cotton with 220gsm (Collor tshirt) and 180gsm (round neck tshirt). After fabric quality, its all about how good you print your t-shirts. A manufacturer could offer you different types but you on...
Result update : DU SOL Results 2019 out

Result update : DU SOL Results 2019 out

CAMPUS BULETIN, EDITORIAL
The School of Open Learning (SOL), University of Delhi (DU), has declared the results of all BA CBCS, BCom, and BA (Hons), BCom (Hons) courses on its official website sol.du.ac.in. However, students are likely to face issues in opening the portal, which has become unresponsive due to heavy traffic on its homepage. The website administrators are fixing the problem and students will be able to check both DU SOL BA programme result 2019 and DU SOL BCom programme result 2019 online shortly. SOL, DU conducts annual examinations in May and June and the announces the corresponding results in October. Those who manage to clear the first year in School of Open Learning (SOL) and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), will be able to s
Unlocking NRC: A list with the twist

Unlocking NRC: A list with the twist

CAMPUS BULETIN, EDITORIAL
NRC, or the National Register of Citizens, is a register containing names of all the genuine residents of the country. First prepared in 1951, it was updated recently for the state of Assam. Assam has been facing the problem of illegal refugees since a very long time. This has changed the demography of the state. The people of Assam and various other organizations have been staging protests against this for more than three decades now. The Assam movement which started in 1979 was mainly based on this issue. They demanded the detection and deportation of the illegal Bangladeshi immigrants. This 6 years long movement finally came to an end in 1985 after the signing of the Assam Accord with the Government of India. PURPOSE OF NRC The purpose of NRC is to identify Indian citizens an...
Vittshala to weed out Financial Malnourishment through Khushhali

Vittshala to weed out Financial Malnourishment through Khushhali

CAMPUS BULETIN
A critically endangered concept, financial literacy has remained an alien notion to a little more than 5 billion adults globally (67% of the world population), most of them in developing countries, according to S&P's global financial survey. In India, the number of financially savvy adults remains as low as 24%. With such gobsmacking figures of financial illiterates in the country, Vittshala-The Financial Literacy Cell of Shri Ram College of Commerce has taken the initiative to reach out to the remotest nooks and impart financial education to the people. With steadfast perseverance, a team of 25 students and 2 faculty advisors from SRCC decided upon a journey of spreading financial awareness in the 21st district of Haryana, Palwal. According to 2011 census, the district encomp...
DUSU Leaders join hands with AAP

DUSU Leaders join hands with AAP

CAMPUS BULETIN, COLLEGE BUZZ
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressed several student leaders, who won elections to various posts in Delhi University colleges as independent candidates, during their induction into the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) here on Saturday. At the AAP’s party headquarters here, the national convener was told by student leaders that money and nepotism were dominating student politics. Mr. Kejriwal said that AAP was the only party where “anyone can contest and win elections”. “Politics in the country will change only when there is politics without means. If politicians contest elections with someone’s money, then their accountability will also be limited to them.  Today, politics is happening like this in the country, which we changed in Delhi. I still have nothing, that is why I am able to t
Protest against construction of 39 storey building in North Campus

Protest against construction of 39 storey building in North Campus

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ
On 27th September 2019, the students of Delhi University staged a protest against the construction of a 39 storey building in the campus area. They organised a march and constructed a human chain, chanting slogans like "Private Building, down down" The concerned building would be constructed adjacent to Vishwavidyalaya metro station. It will overlook six girls hostels, which will be an invasion to their privacy. Students believe that the private builder should have discussed with the DU Administration or the Teacher's and Students Union regarding the same. This land originally belonged to the Ministry of Defence and was acquired by the state government for the construction of metro station by DMRC. Subsequently,the DMRC sold two-thirds of this land by granting perpetual lea...