Airtel introduces 5 new prepaid plans

With the increasing competition in the telecom sector, operators have been introducing new plans with better benefits. Recently, Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular removed the top-up plans that offered talk time, and introduced smart recharges. Now, Bharti Airtel has introduced five new FRCs (first recharge) prepaid plans priced between Rs 178 and Rs 559, offering […]

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DU should have paid maternity leave for ad-hoc teachers, advice by university panel

A Delhi University panel has recently given its advice for its women ad-hoc teachers working in the university. On November 1, 2018, the Regulation Amendment Committee has advised that the ad hoc teachers must be allowed paid maternity leaves. The committee which consists of 20 members including 4 principals and 7 academic council members besides […]

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Fake DU letterhead was found with 4 J&K youth

Four Kashmiri youths have been arrested by Gurugram Police for reportedly using a fake University of Delhi letterhead and also for forging DUSU’S newly elected president Ankiv Baisoya . They asserted that they raising funds for rehabilitation of people belonging to terror- stricken regions in Jammu and Kashmir. Police are investigating about their network and […]

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LONG LEAVE AND NOW OFFICE SEALED OF THE PRINCIPAL

The news is all over about the action taken by the governing body of Delhi University’s over Dyal Singh College on Friday. They office of the morning shift principal IS Bakshi got sealed. Earlier the action taken a month ago was ‘long leave’ alleging ’financial and administrative irregularities’ against the principal by the government body. […]

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DU approves nine new courses

Nine new courses, including one on Disability Studies and Literary Representations, have been approved by a panel of the Delhi University on Wednesday. A Standing Committee on Academic Matters approved the course on Disability Studies and Literary Representations that will be a part of masters course offered by the varsity’s English Department, said Professor Hansraj […]

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21 years old DU Aspirant commits suicide

In yet another shocking incident, a 21 year old female aspirant, who was pursuing her post-graduation from Delhi University, committed suicide at her residence on Monday, police said. Deputy commissioner of Police Nupur Prasad said the woman was in a relationship with a boy living in their neighbourhood but her family was against it. The […]

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Reliance Jio set to disrupt wired broadband space too

Reliance Jio, the telecom arm of Reliance Industries, had announced the launch of its broadband service Jio Giga Fibre across 1,100 cities, the registrations for which started in August this year. The target is to reach 50 million homes. Though analysts expect the wireline broadband market to be around $2 billion, which is small compared […]

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First- ever Indian University Rankings dominated by IIT’s

First ever standalone ranking of India’s higher education institutions released by a UK – headquartered think tank on Monday is dominated by The Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT’s) . ‘QS India’s University Rankings’ is topped by IIT Bombay with IIT Madras (3) , Delhi (4) , Kharagpur (5) , Kanpur (6) , Roorkee (9) , […]

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Teachers allege financial losses due to ongoing principal-chairman tussle at Dyal Singh College

The tussle between principal and chairman of Delhi University’s Dyal Singh College (DSC) is reportedly causing financial losses to employees. According to a report in The Indian Express, the bank has stopped acting on communications signed by the principal. The bank also sent a letter to the chairman on the issue. DSC teachers’ association president […]

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Delhi University students protest again over curfew hours

On Monday the protest had started on from the Art faculty and resulted in clashes between police and students after traffic movement was blocked. To exert pressure on the Delhi University to meet their demands on women-related issues, particularly ‘curfew’ timings, student collective Pinjra Tod regrouped on Wednesday afternoon to stage a protest for the second […]

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