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Plea for Bail by Former DU professor: Saibaba medical conditions worsened because of poor medical facilities in jail

Plea for Bail by Former DU professor: Saibaba medical conditions worsened because of poor medical facilities in jail

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Plea for Bail by Former DU professor: Saibaba medical conditions worsened because of poor medical facilities in jail Gokarakonda Naga Saibaba, former professor of Delhi University serving a life sentence for his Maoists links at the Nagpur Central Jail, filed a complain against the poor medical facilities available in the jail for the second time.He pleaded for bail in his application to Nagpur branch of Mumbai High Court. He mentioned about the inadequate facilities which are responsible for the disintegration of his health. The hearing represented by Prashant Sathianathan, a special public prosecutor, was adjourned till July 19, by the division bench of justices, Pradip Deshmukh and Murlidhar Giratkar. “Saibaba is suffering from 15 or more, different diseases, out of which several of t
Unreasonable High Standards: Students fight to get admission in DU

Unreasonable High Standards: Students fight to get admission in DU

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Delhi university has set unreasonably high standards by the first merit list which has left students with less college and course choices. The third cut off list was released on June 29. The probability to get the subject or college of your choice has reduced considerably. Unlike last year, this year the university has set irrational standards for the candidates seeking admission to the undergraduate courses in the top-tier colleges. One of the most reputed college of the Delhi university, Lady Shri Ram College, had set the first cut off list to 98.50 percent for reserving seat in bachelors of arts program. Courses such as economics and psychology whose admissions are merit based have seen an increase in their value by 0.25% in the first cut off. Altogether, the excessive demand of such ...
Top 10 Colleges for Political science in Delhi university

Top 10 Colleges for Political science in Delhi university

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In today's scenario,Political Science is highly in demand for it's career opportunities and scope in the future. As there are a lot of colleges offering political science UG/PG courses in Delhi University, the number of students applying and queuing up for admission is always high. The cut-offs and admission criteria at Political Science Colleges in Delhi University vary according to the marks of the students in the equivalent exam, which is required for admission. The political science course analyses the political activities, political thoughts and political behavior of the country. There are several colleges offering both UG and PG courses in political science in Delhi University. Students completing their course from DU get immense opportunities for a bright future. If you also wish t...
Join Certificate Courses at Delhi University’s Colleges & Centres

Join Certificate Courses at Delhi University’s Colleges & Centres

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It’s been over a decade now and the vogue of ‘add-on’ certificate courses offered at Delhi University’s Colleges and Centres still dominates. The trend started with just couple of course at SGTB Khalsa College and Miranda House around 2006. Today, more than half-a-dozen of DU Colleges offers vocational and skill-based certificate courses that are open to all (with no concerns over class 12th marks). With limited seats available in full-time regular courses, the students aspiring to study in DU can also consider to enroll in these pocket-friendly certificate courses which hold market value. The classes for such certificate courses are usually held after regular college hours making it convenient for a full-time student from DU or other universities to pursue the certificate courses simulta
DU admissions 2018: Conclusion of second cut-off list

DU admissions 2018: Conclusion of second cut-off list

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On Wednesday, the last day of admissions after the release of second cut-off lists, were concluded. According to the officials, this time,Delhi University(DU) had crossed the 25,000 mark in admissions tally. They further added that a total number of 4,003 admissions took place today whilst around 150 students withdrew their admissions. In last two days over 10,000 admissions have taken place fulfilling about 26,291 seats out of 56,000 seats. And, so far around 3,203 students have withdrew their admissions. Even after the release of second cut-off list on 24 June, multitudinous colleges did not notified their respective second cut-offs for a number of courses. At the same time, many leading colleges had closed their admissions as their seats were already filled when the first cut-off lis...
Delhi University’s add-on courses offer decent options

Delhi University’s add-on courses offer decent options

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Fresh courses awaits DU students, as Delhi University students can supplement their studies by joining add-on courses.Add-on courses in foreign languages, media and communications and photography are provided by most of the DU COLLEGES. As per the DU's officials,Institute of Home Economics (IHE) introduced new courses this year – Radio Production & Radio Jockey(under department of communication and journalism), Computer-aided Design, and Certificate course on Organisation and Management of Early Learning Centres. “Earlier we only had Radio Jockey, which was very successful. Now we redesigned it by making it more hands-on productionbased,” said Yuki Azad, assistant professor of Communication & Extension at IHE. Many other colleges offer short-term courses that enable the students