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Du results Nov-Dec 2019 are likely to be declared today

Du results Nov-Dec 2019 are likely to be declared today

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The DU Results 2019 will be declared soon. The same once declared will be available on the official website. The DU results for the 1, 3 and 5 semesters for the UG and PG programmes are likely to be released today. The results for the exams conducted in November-December are usually announced in the last week of December of early January. This year the results were delayed due to the strikes. Officials have indicated that the results would be declared today in all likelihood. The results once declared will be available on du.ac.in.
Day 50 of DU protest, odd semester results to be postponed

Day 50 of DU protest, odd semester results to be postponed

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On Monday, hundreds of teachers from Delhi University held a demonstration at ITO to mark 50 days since they demanded the absorption of ad-hoc teachers. Along with absorption, these teachers have several other demands including issues of promotions, pensions, illegal recovery etc. While the MHRD has been cooperative with the teachers, no such attention is given by the DU adminstration. Infact, the university has failed to implement things ordered by the MHRD and UGC. More than 4500 ad-hoc teachers were seen protesting in December. In order to prevent the students from suffering, the teachers agreed to resume the classes, but their demands still remain intact. They raised their voices against the New Education Policy. They feel that the government should come up with a one-time
Delhi University : SSCBS cancels a Play on Kashmir

Delhi University : SSCBS cancels a Play on Kashmir

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A play on the history and politics of Kashmir, titled ' Aksariyat Akliyat, ' to be performed at Delhi University's Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies on January 25 was cancelled on Friday after the administration told the theatre group that the issue of Kashmir was sensitive and "it could cause trouble in college." The play traces the narratives of mythology and politics behind the formation of Jammu and Kashmir and was to be performed as part of the college's annual 'Crescendo 2.0' event. According to Karan Chaudhary, co-writer of the play and an alumni of the college, "The play was cancelled a day before it could be performed after the teachers objected to the content and the dialogues, raising concerns that some people in the audience may get offended by it." Part of the te...
No Entrance-based admission for any new course in DU

No Entrance-based admission for any new course in DU

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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...
DU teachers to join work but stir to continue

DU teachers to join work but stir to continue

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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