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Monsoon Season for the DU Aspirants – DU Assassins

Monsoon Season for the DU Aspirants – DU Assassins

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Every student looks forward with excitement to the starting of the most experimental years of their lives but monsoon showers can surely make it gloomy. As the monsoon season hits the country, the challenges raised for the college students cannot be overlooked. Many students are seen walking over bricks to navigate their way through waterlogged entrances of their respective colleges. Likely, it was a nightmare to get into the college due to construction work going on an underpass near Sri Venkateswara. Similar scenes are witnessed at Daulat Ram and many other colleges. Moreover, rain water combining with sewage didn’t help the matters at all. New clothes and sandals purchased to make a fashion statement are effectively ruined. No one is fond of sitting in a classroom with wet jeans or
DU aspirant kills herself in Bharti College

DU aspirant kills herself in Bharti College

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On Wednesday morning, A 18 years old DU Student was found very unconscious at her college's washroom in Janakpuri. When she was taken to nearby hospital, she was affirmed dead at arrival. Police thinks it's a suicide because she had swallowed pesticide. Vijay Kumar, DCP of West, said that the student was recognized as Vicky Kumari. Under section 174 of CrPC has been introduced, but no suicide note was found at student's home or at the spot. Her classmates told to Police that Vicky Kumari was studied in Bharti College,  pursued BA Prog. Course and in 2nd Year. It was her 2nd day in 3rd Semester. She lives in Nangli Vihar Extension and she left her home for college around 8.30am. That was quite early! When she was going to washroom at new building of college , the classes were yet to start
Delhi University awaits annulment of construction of 37 story building near North campus

Delhi University awaits annulment of construction of 37 story building near North campus

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Delhi University moved the National Green Tribunal earlier this month in lieu of a 37 storey building coming up in the University’s North campus. In their fresh petition filed to the Delhi High Court, it is stated that construction of the aforementioned building will violate the 2021 Master Plan of Delhi and also compromise on the safety of the students. In the petition, DMRC is alleged of selling off part of the land bought by them from the Defense Ministry to a private builder for Rs. 218 crore. In an earlier petition filed by the University, the judgement came against their appeal stating that the area concerned does not come under the North Campus. Henceforth, in this petition, the University added the clause that no tall buildings are permitted in Civil Lines and North Campus Area a
IS DU Street Play worth watching?

IS DU Street Play worth watching?

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Street plays are the way of representing the revolting thoughts regarding the injustices or to support some new cause which will be beneficiary to the society. Due to which the growth of street play have immensely evolved in recent time . Many Universities have bunch of good dramatic societies which produce different and innovative street plays. DU also blessed with some of the brilliant dramatic societies which have given a variety of plays  but to understand better about them , I started searching their prons and cons of it and come across one of the comment that DU is closed and elitist space [elitist is actually mean to favour the person or group of person who are rich or powerful] . So to understand it better I tried to set parameters to see that :- Is DU's dramatic societies are pro
Securing seats for reserve quota becomes difficult

Securing seats for reserve quota becomes difficult

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Cut offs for reserved quota at delhi university increased making it difficult for the quota students to secure seats at Delhi university. Take for example, the final cut off list for the ST candidates of BA Programme at ARSD college increased this year from 68 % to 78% which is a drastic increase to consider. In LSR, the cut off list for eco(H) saw an increase in final percentage by 4% for the SC candidates. If we look at the comparative analysis , we will configure than the final cut offs for reserved categories of 2017 and 2018 indicates any percentage less than 85% in the best four will put an OBC out of race , while anything less than 75% will put SC aspirant out. In other colleges to consider for example, mirada house or LSR where till last year an aggregate of 84% was suffice for an...
Why is Delhi University Opposing a 37-Story Buildings Construction

Why is Delhi University Opposing a 37-Story Buildings Construction

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The University of Delhi is stating that a proposed 37 Storey building in the north campus shall violate the 2021 MPD( Master Plan of Delhi) and shall also be a threat to students safety. For these reasons, the Varsity has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court. The building is planned to be built neat the Vishwavidyalaya Metro Station. The piece of land was bought by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and was then a part of it was sold to a private builder for five times the price. The Officer on Special Duty of Equal Opportunity Cell, Anil Aneja calls the earlier judgment faulty as it says that the area does not come under the campus. While he states that the area is in Chatra Marg which is a part of North Campus.The Officer also questions that how can a public property be sold to a private ...