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
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.
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
Delhi University on Friday said it will release two additional cut-off lists for merit-based undergraduate programmes, depending on the availability of seats. It will also conduct a special drive on July 29 and 30 for different categories of applicants who may have faced issues during the admissions process. While only five cut-off lists were scheduled, DU said a sixth list will be released on August 1. The approvals for this list will take place between August 1-3. After this,depending on the availability of seats, a seventh list will be released on August 6, the university said. Prior to this, a special drive will be conducted for applicants belonging to reserved categories. , who might have missed out on applying to their respective categories and thus lost out on ad...
The blockbuster movie "Jabriya jodi" star cast Sidharth malhotra and Parineeti chopra visited Lakshmibai college, university of delhi today for there promotions. Delhi university colleges are now opened and freshers are very excited to experience college life and with the same enthusiasm some lucky students specially freshers of lakshmi bai college got a chance to meet there favorite star cast live. Both the actors spent about 20 minutes in the campus and enjoyed with the crazy crowd. It was noticed that students from nearby colleges also came to see the superstars.
Over 50,000 students have taken admissions in the Delhi University till Wednesday after the third-cut off list was announced, according to data shared by the varsity. The university said 50,989 admissions have taken place till now and there have been 1,165 withdrawals since the beginning of admissions.The total number of cancellations since Tuesday are 4,061, the varsity said.The third cut-off list was released on Monday. This year, the varsity has effected a 10 per cent increase in seats for the EWS category under postgraduate and undergraduate courses. The number of seats for undergraduate courses has increased to 62,000. Separate cut-offs for the EWS category have also been released.