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Delhi metro: lifeline of every DU student

Delhi metro: lifeline of every DU student

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When you are in such a huge city like delhi you cant expect not to use public transport. Sometimes the condition of public transport is not good but in delhi the thing is opposite. Delhi metro is something that has become an integral part of our life specially the DU student who have come so far away from their family . Delhi metro is one such thing that is very important as well as the safest mode. It connects almost every part of the city. Even the railway and airways are also connected . Tourists spots ,major markets and every place is just away few minutes . There is no traffic at all . Even all Delhites students are also coming through the metros.   So Delhi metro is just like a light in the darkness  . The help to all those who don’t have any personal vehicle . I
Only DU grads to be appointed as election candidates by ABVP, after last year’s big blunder

Only DU grads to be appointed as election candidates by ABVP, after last year’s big blunder

DUSU ELECTIONS 2019
After last year's big embarrassment when DU had to suspend it's presidential candidate due to submission of forged documents, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has decided to be extra careful this time. It has shortlisted only University of Delhi (DU) graduates as its candidates for the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections, 2019. The RSS' students' wing will also keep the original documents of the candidates for scrutiny to make sure they are authentic. Last year, the ABVP was left embarrassed when its presidential candidate for the DUSU polls was found to have filed forged documents to get admission in Delhi University. It's candidate Ankiv Baisoya had even won the presidential post with a margin of 1,744 votes, but later his admission was cancelled b...
DU SOL students calls off hunger strike on Delhi University launching Semester System in School Of Open Learning

DU SOL students calls off hunger strike on Delhi University launching Semester System in School Of Open Learning

CAMPUS BULETIN, COLLEGE BUZZ
The students of Delhi University School of Open Learning called off their hunger strike on Thursday which was against the introduction on the semester system from this academic year onwards. The decision to change to the semester system was taken by the Delhi University Executive Council last week. Following which students declared a hunger strike against the same.The students of the DU School of Open Learning and activists of the students' group Krantikari Yuva Sangathan (KYS) began the hunger strike against the introduction of the semester system in SOL on Tuesday. The KYS said that the students protesting in Thursday tried to return their old study material to the authorities of SOL but they refused to take it back. Following this, the students dumped their books outside the SOL...
DU’s Fresher’s Parties – Expect the Unexpected

DU’s Fresher’s Parties – Expect the Unexpected

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As the classes of Delhi University has begun from July onwards. Freshers are also going through a lot, from adjusting to a new environment and making friends to missing those old days. Amid of all these there is still one thing that keeps them excited and that's Freshers. Fuchchas be prepared to witness one of the best moment of your life. There will be alot of things you are surely going to enjoy. Let's give you an overview of how it's going to be. Firstly Music Events, you are surely going to enjoy the ambience of your freshers because who doesn't loves music and do practice your favorite moves and just rock it there. Follow the rule "dance like nobody is watching you" but this can't be exactly justified as there will be cameras.So second thing is Photography, there will be st
Lack of decent accomodation for DU students. Co-ed colleges lack girls’hostels

Lack of decent accomodation for DU students. Co-ed colleges lack girls’hostels

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More than 68,000 students have taken admissions in Delhi University this year and more than 50% of them are from outside Delhi. These outstation students are forced to tackle several problems including food, shelter and language barriers. Since the accommodation is very expensive, students from nearby cities are forced to commute everyday for 3-5 hours. Outstation students face language barriers as hindi is not widely spoken in their region. The biggest problem for all those living in PGs is that the food does not taste good, as is usually unhealthy.
DU admissions 2019: NCWEB releases third cut-off

DU admissions 2019: NCWEB releases third cut-off

CAMPUS BULETIN, CUT OFF 2019
The Non-collegiate women’s education board (NCWEB), University of Delhi (DU) has released the third cut-off for admission to various courses at its official website, du.ac.in. Those who have marks equal to or more than the minimum marks given or cut-off will have to appear for document verification process followed by fee depositing which will take place from July 26 to 29 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm at the respective teaching centres. The second cut-off for NCWEB was released along with the fifth cut-off for undergraduate admissions in regular mode. While the DU had released the schedule for only fife cut-offs for admission in regular mode, the sixth cut-off will be released anytime soon. While the varsity has not given a date, it is expected by Friday. NCWEB 3rd cut