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DU College Staff Overpaid Double The Amount Over Years

  Delhi University college of vocational studies teachers claims that the college has been overpaying a non -teaching staff, almost the salary of an assistant professor. This is not approved by the University of Grants Commission, the teachers add. An RTI filed by one of the teachers disclose that the commission had extorted information on… Keep Reading

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A one party State, again?

Memories of the erstwhile political hegemony of the Indian National Congress have come to become a reality once again, albeit in a different colour as 21 Indian states dazzle under the saffron fold. While this certainly is a celebratory moment for the BJP and its star-campaigner, the Prime Minister himself, the evident weaknesses of the… Keep Reading

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University of Mumbai Exam Fee Hiked, Receives Flak

The University of Mumbai (MU) has received severe flak yet again for hiking its examination fees from ₹660 to ₹1360 at the postgraduate level. The University is in poor lightlig yet again due to it’s policies. In 2017, the University introduced the On-Screen Marking (OSM) system that delayed results by four months while declaring many… Keep Reading

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PhD Mandatory For Post Of Assistant Lecturers : UGC Draft Regulation

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has drafted fresh regulations regarding minimum qualification requirement for appointment of teachers and other academic staff in universities and colleges. It’s notification has made it mandatory for candidates applying for the post of Assistant Professors to have a PhD degree. Previously, candidates with M.Phil and NET/SLAT qualifications could also apply… Keep Reading

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Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine installed in Miranda House

Addressing the need for menstrual hygiene and women’s health, a sanitary napkin vending machine was inaugurated and installed in Miranda House this Saturday. The move was in collaboration with the Rotary International District 3012 and the National Service Scheme. Shambhavi Mani, a second year student of Political Science stated, “In an institution which has been empowering… Keep Reading

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DUTA observes strike, classes suspended in colleges

DUTA (Delhi University Teacher’s Association), the collective representational platform for all the teachers of the university went on strike today. The two-day strike shall address issues as the lack of transparency, declined promotions, delayed implementation of the 7th Pay Revision and deduction in allowances from Central Government employees and Budget recommendations relating to Higher education. These issues… Keep Reading

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