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Peek Into DU Course: English Honours

English Honours – the most sought after course in 2017, has a lot of applicants, whether from humanities stream or not. It is mind-boggling how the number of applications to the course keep soaring year after year. But as tempting as the simplicity of studying English sounds, there’s more to it than meets the eye!… Keep Reading


Five Years Journalism Course Introduced in University of Delhi: DU Admissions 2018

The five-year integrated course Bachelors and Masters for Journalism has been started by University of Delhi. This course starts its online process from the middle of August. The course operates in compliance to CBCS scheme, comprises of 28 core courses, two ability enhancement courses, two ability enhancement elective courses (skill based), four general elective courses… Keep Reading


Shaheed Bhagat Singh College observed Shaheed-i-Diwas on March 23

Shaheed Bhagat Singh(1907 – 23 March 1931) was a celebrated Indian socialist and revolutionary, whose intense patriotism made him a youth icon for generations to come. Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, named after him recently commemorated Shaheedi Divas on 23rd March, 2018 to mark the 87 th anniversary of martyrdom of India’s revolutionary hero.     The Chief… Keep Reading


Why Colleges do not allow students to change GE subjects?

The very controversial Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) was introduced to Delhi University in the year 2015, and along with it came the option of choosing your own generic elective (GE), which basically implies that a student can choose to study any subject – apart from their major – that the college offers for four… Keep Reading

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Delhi University may consider an aptitude test for students from boards other than CBSE

Delhi University is contemplating on conducting an aptitude test for students who aren’t from the CBSE board for admission to UG degree. The University admission committee believes that this will address the marks disparity caused by the marks moderation policy followed by many state boards. CBSE had decided to do away with the marks moderation… Keep Reading

Admissions 2018: DU to Offer Relaxation to Female, Reserved Category Students

The Delhi University admission committee, in a press conference on Monday, discussed various aspects of the admission procedure of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research courses. The committee has recommended to colleges to give up to 2% additional relaxation on the cutoff to female applicants who qualify under the OBC quota. The chairperson of the admission committee,… Keep Reading

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