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DUSU Elections are coming : How DUSU parties are gearing up for it ?

DUSU Elections are coming : How DUSU parties are gearing up for it ?

CAMPUS BUZZ, EDITORIAL
With DUSU elections around the corner , Different parties have started their Campaigning in their own style by picking up the major issues that needs urgent attention. Many parties try to mention in their manifestos the  youth-centric issues so that they can attract the attention of students towards themselves. With parties coming such as  Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), National Students’ Union Of India (NSUI) , All India Students’ Association (AISA),  AAP’s Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti (CYSS) have much popularity among the students From issue of Women security and safety to issue of space for hostels ,etc. everyone tries to make sure that they come up with a matter that is meant for safegaurding the interest of students . Many political parties
Project Virasat- an initiative in the craft sector : Enactus SRCC

Project Virasat- an initiative in the craft sector : Enactus SRCC

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ, COLLEGE BUZZ
1. Project Asbah- an initiative in the water sector WHAT DO WE DO? Project Asbah: Every drop, a promise, aims at providing clean drinking water to rural households and urban slums at highly affordable rates. Under this project, we set up contaminant specific filtration mechanism. We set up community Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants where there is chemical contamination and UV filtration plants where there is bacterial contamination. Through our 1,000 LPH water treatment plants, we provide 20 litres of clean drinking water for a meagre amount of 4 rupees. WHAT HAVE WE DONE SO FAR? We commenced our project in April 2018 and until now we have successfully set up 4 RO plants (Lalbagh, kabir nagar, chowki No 4. And dhobi Ghat) catering to more than 11200 people everyday. Additio...
Vittshala-The Financial Literacy Cell : Media report for the FY 18-19

Vittshala-The Financial Literacy Cell : Media report for the FY 18-19

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ, COLLEGE BUZZ
Vittshala – The Financial Literacy Cell is a Centre for Community Engagement (CCE) initiative of Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi, specialising in disseminating financial know-how, primarily amid the underprivileged sections of the society. The cell functions through its projects focusing on various sections like unorganised workers, labourers, slum dwellers, school children, rural households and farmers with a notion to turn all and sundry financially savvy.  Inaugurated by Sh. Arun Jaitley on October 17, 2016, Vittshala has three projects in the NCR. Project Asha is dedicated towards semi-skilled and unskilled factory workers and domestic workers whereby awareness about banking services, savings, insurance, need for pension etc. are suggested through Govt. financial sche
UGC Revised Guidelines for Guest Faculty Appointments Puts Teaching-learning Process in Trouble

UGC Revised Guidelines for Guest Faculty Appointments Puts Teaching-learning Process in Trouble

CAMPUS BUZZ
While the Guest lecturers are appointed to share the excess load of teaching, which is not adequately covered by the sanctioned strength. However, a UGC letter issued in January this year has left University teachers distraught. On January 28, 2019, the University Grants Commission issued a letter introducing new norms in the appointments of Guest Faculty. Apart from enhancing the salary, the UGC letter asked Universities to appoint a Selection Committee for guest faculty. Seeking amendment in the revised guidelines, DUTA wrote to UGC chairman DP Singh.In the letter, DUTA President Rajib Ray and Secretary Vivek Chaudhary held the view that the composition of the Selection Committee suggested is unreasonable as it will be near-impossible for the University. The revised Guideli...
Delhi University new syllabus faces backlash from ABVP

Delhi University new syllabus faces backlash from ABVP

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ
Academic council of Delhi University wanted to change syllabus for UG courses. The syllabus chosen was according to UGC guidelines and was based on CBCS.  The academic council wanted new syllabus to be implemented from session 19-20 but ABVP lead a protest against this outside Vice Chancellor's office. According to the protesters some objectionable material is added in syllabus mainly by English and history departments, like portraying the story of RSS and Bajrang Dal in Gujarat riots 2002 in a bad manner by English department and many other inclusions also by history and journalism department.  DUSU's president, Shakti Singh said that he will not let lies and biased topics to be included in new syllabus.
DU Admissions 2019 : How to Transfer or Withdraw Admission after 3rd Cutoff List 2019?

DU Admissions 2019 : How to Transfer or Withdraw Admission after 3rd Cutoff List 2019?

CAMPUS BUZZ, DU ADMISSION 2019
With the admission season at its peak, Delhi University has received huge number of applications this year against the limited seats in each DU college. The University of Delhi released its latest third cut off 2019 on 8th July onwards and the comprehensive cutoff for science, commerce and arts subjects is available ondu.ac.in.  There has been a marginal dip in the percentage for admission to several courses. Apart from this, top colleges such as Hindu College, Ramjas College. Miranda House and SRCC among others have stopped releasing further cut-off for the top courses that were high in demand. From 62,000 seats that are available in DU including the reservations, admission on 60 per cent seats have been claimed till now. And the process of admission withdrawals is still ongoing.