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Documents you’ll need to Carry for Admission in DU

Documents you’ll need to Carry for Admission in DU

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The hustle for admission is about to begin as the announcement date for First Cut off has been released. For now the date is 19th June. With this announcement students confusion about the admission procedure is legitimate. So, DU assassins brings for you the required documents list for the admission. Once a student meets the cutoff criteria for the admission in a specific college. He/She has to apply online for the college by the registered mail ID of his. After applying he/She has to take a print out of that application. Now with the print out, the applicant has to bring with him/her the following documents: Original copies of:-  Class 10 Board Examination Certificate Class 10 Marks Sheet Class 12 Marks Sheet Class 12 Provisional Certificate or Original Certificate Character Cer
Despite warnings, Delhi University teachers continue evaluation boycott

Despite warnings, Delhi University teachers continue evaluation boycott

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Source DNA India ​Teachers across the Delhi University (DU) colleges continued with their ongoing evaluation boycott on Saturday, a day after the administration issued a circular citing an "Executive Council (EC) resolution" that makes the evaluation work mandatory for teachers. Agitated by the move, teachers also issued a counter-statement mentioning several other EC resolutions, which were allegedly being violated on the administration's behalf.Due to the boycott, the evaluation process of around 1.5 lakh students have been delayed by over a month. The DU Teachers Association (DUTA) had announced its boycott in May first week, in view of several "unaddressed" issues at the university end and some recent decisions taken by the Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry, including th
Beat the heat this exam season

Beat the heat this exam season

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With the semester exams lined up this winters, the cold stroke is one less hassle everyone wishes to do away with as they complete their last minute preparations for such exams So here are 7 ways to beat the heat this exam season: 1. Hydrate, hydrate and hydrate The importance of hydrating our body by drinking lots and lots of water cannot be emphasized more than ever as the temperatures soar higher than ever. Water can cool our bodies inside out. A slice of lime or orange with a few springs of mint in a bottle of water will make it more refreshing. So the next time you sit down for a marathon revision session, keep that bottle of water handy. 2. Cool inside, Cool outside Sweet and ripe summer fruits and fresh veggies have a cooling effect on our internal systems. So the next time you f...
7 steps to minimize the stress of semester examinations

7 steps to minimize the stress of semester examinations

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The term 'exam stress' can be broadly defined as a feeling of anxiety over one's performance in the exams, the results and reaction of parents and friends; all weigh upon students to create exam stress. For those of you who are appearing for these exams, here are tips that can help minimize the stress. 1. Revision tips Develop a timetable to monitor your progress. Make sure you allocate adequate time for fun and relaxation as well. While revising a subject, practice writing. This would be an actual simulation of the examination itself. Plan your revision and complete it in time. This will give you a sense of achievement and build your confidence. While revising, vary subjects and their difficulty so you don't get bored or disheartened. Set realistic targets of what you can achieve in the t