CAMPUS BULETIN

Is Delhi University denying admissions?

Is Delhi University denying admissions?

CAMPUS BULETIN, DU ADMISSIONS
There is a forum of students from Kerala which is known by the name “MAITHRY”. Their members recently met Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on complaining about the undergraduate admission process which is in underway. They notified the CM that various colleges such as Hindu College and Ramjas College are necessitating on the need of the Provisional Certificate from the students, in addition to the original 12th mark list which is issued by the Kerala Higher Secondary Education Board. As informed by the students, the kerala board issues a mark sheet which is contemplated as pass certificate. The Kerala Board doesn’t issue a Provisional Certificate. Maithry has therefore submitted a grievance regarding this issue to the concerned authorities of Delhi University. According to the assi
DU Admissions Increased 6 Times This Year

DU Admissions Increased 6 Times This Year

ADMISSONS 2018, CAMPUS BULETIN, DU ADMISSIONS
  Delhi university offers around 56000 seats. After the first cut off was released on 18th June, over 11000 seats were filled. This was considered a record- breaking number as last year around 2000 seats were filled after 1st cut off was released. An official said it is 6 times the number last year students enrolled themselves in DU after 1st cut off. The last day of the admission process in delhi university ended on Thursday. The day one of admission which was 19th June, the rush on the government’s portal was extreme. The DigiLocker, a government-owned public cloud storage where certificates and documents were stored, was not integrated. However, the second and third day went off smoothly . The 5 colleges where maximum students enrolled themselves were Hindu College, where 785 se
Top 10 DU Colleges With Best Campus Surroundings – DU Assassins

Top 10 DU Colleges With Best Campus Surroundings – DU Assassins

CAMPUS BULETIN
  A campus is a place where you spend 3 years of your life, morning till evening and still do not get bored of it. Those walls become your favorite, you find your own hangout ‘adda’ in a quiet corner, cafeteria becomes your dining room, and college your second home. Delhi University is famous for its colleges with state-of-art campuses, great canteens and college lawns that’ll leave you amazed. So,DU ASSASSINS brings to you the list of top 10 colleges with best campus surroundings :- 1.Shri Ram College Of Commerce: With maintained building and super maintained auditorium, SRCC grabs one of the best infra in DU. The giant clock on the wall, and large beautiful campus can steal the gaze of every passer on the Delhi 7  road. Though this one do not need infra to attract its’ customers
OBC Category Face Difficulties Due To New Rules

OBC Category Face Difficulties Due To New Rules

CAMPUS BULETIN
The change in norms for students under OBC category has left the students with difficulties. Now the students have to produce OBC category certificates issued after March 31, 2018. The candidates seeking admission were lesft in lurch when they were asked to produce category certificates by competitive authorities according to the new norms. Students from outside Delhi face major difficulties as they need to go back and produce new certificates. Last year DU accepted certificate up to an year ago. Though the conditions were mentioned in the rules many students failed to read the rules properly and are facing difficulties. Until last year, the aspirants were allowed to submit certificates issued up to a year ago Easing students pressure the university has allowed the colleges to provision...
Technical Glitch Leaves Students in Hassle

Technical Glitch Leaves Students in Hassle

ADMISSONS 2018
  Delhi University announced it’s first cutoff list on Tuesday. After the announcement students started applying for colleges and alot of them faced difficulties in doing so. Delhi University’s server came down and to Worsen students situation DigiLocker a public cloud storage was not linked to the varsity portal. This forced the students to flock colleges to seek help in generating forms. Admissions rules say that the applicant needs to see the cut-off list, select the course and college on the university’s website and take a print out of the generated application. This application needs to be carried out to the respective college with the required documents. There were contradicting views on the accessibility of the websites, some students and professor claimed the website to b
Students Protest Against High Cut-offs

Students Protest Against High Cut-offs

ADMISSONS 2018, CAMPUS BULETIN
Raising concerns over the sky touching cut-offs with several colleges having as high as 98 percent cut-off, a group of students who could not score 90+ percent in boards is protesting for drop in cut-offs. Praveen Kumar, a former student of Government Sarvodaga Bal Vidyalaya, scoring 47 percent in 12 says that there should be a superior right of government school students on government colleges. This protest is led by Krantikari Yuva Sangathan (KYS), a students group, in the north campus. Which claims that the the cut-offs are kept high to keep higher education beyond the reach of economically deprived section. Many experts cite reasons such as increase in number of applicants and better CBSE results for the sky touching Cut-offs. The protesting students have also raised concern on th...