DU to shut multiple-ID application option

The University of Delhi is all set to restrict the option of applying courses from multiple ids during the admission process. Also, the students applying to the university can change the courses or colleges during the admission process. The new regulation will be implemented from DU admission 2019 application process from the academic year onwards. […]

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DU asks students not to play Holi in campus

Control rooms set up in collaboration with the police to receive complaintsDelhi University’s Proctor’s office has asked students not to play Holi in the campus and said that hooliganism and eve-teasing of any form is strictly prohibited. It added that verbal or derogatory remarks against women too is prohibited. The university in its advisory said […]

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Delhi University’s teachers’ body to continue the strike till March 8

The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) on Thursday decided to continue its strike till March 8 and planned a march from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar to media for their demands that include regulation of ad-hoc teachers and announcement of a law on the roster issue. The DUTA general body meeting made these bids. The […]

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Campus Bird Count recently conducted by students, is a sub-event of the annual Great Backyard Bird Count. It is a coordinated effort to document life of birds in multiple campuses across India. Including educational and training institutions, government institutions research stations, corporate campuses etc. It is a great way to get people interested in the […]

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LSR TARANG 2019 – Unveiling The Star Attractions!!!

LSR is off to a great start in 2019 with-Tarang. This year’s Tarang comes with the promise of continuing with its legacy of distinctiveness. With a theme as inclusive as ‘Converging Identities’, LSR’s Tarang has once again set out on its path to create not just a commercial fest, but also loads of memories, emotions […]

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“Cigarette smoking is an ill overlooked and taken for granted”

“I didn’t even know I was addicted, until I tried to stop” .It’s not new when we are told that smoking is injurious to health. Every single one of us is familiar with the short video that precedes movie screenings. However, the irony lies in the same movies that go about romanticising this habit. A stick of […]

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DU’s Shri Ram College of Commerce professors called to teach RBI recruits

Teachers from Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce have been called to help new entrants in the Reserve Bank of India understand basic micro-economic concepts. Two-three teachers from the college will go to Mumbai for a five-day programme in April, during which new officers who have joined the RBI cadre will be trained by […]

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