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Misogyny of The College Debating Societies

Delhi University’s debating societies have earned a great name to the University. Students from these societies indeed see a spurt of growth in their analytical and cognitive skills, however, the internal misogyny and politics plague the Delhi University debating circuit. Even though gender equality and representation of marginalised is one of the most recurring themes… Keep Reading


Amity Law School De-affiliates with GGSIPU

Amity Law School, Delhi, one of the best law schools in the country has disaffiliated itself with GGSIPU. Therefore, Amity Law School (ALS) shall not be participating in the counselling and admission procedure to be held in the coming week, commencing from June 11 for admission in B.A. LL.B (Hons) programme. The rumours of the de-affiliation… Keep Reading

“Fly solo. In life, you can’t be part of a group all the time. If you will not fly solo, you will not learn anything.” – Arnab (1)

Engineering enters JNU

JNU will begin its first engineering batch July this year. Though the new school plans to offer five streams in engineering in due course of time, the first batch would choose between computer science and electronics and communication. A total of 50 students would be admitted this year for the five-year dual degree programme. Admissions… Keep Reading


India’s First Sports University On Its Way

The National Sports University in Manipur will be first-of-its-kind to promote sports education in the areas of sports sciences, sports technology, sports management and sports coaching besides functioning as the national training centre for select sports disciplines by adopting the best international practices. Union Cabinet on May 23 approved an ordinance to set up the country’s… Keep Reading


India’s First Railway University, Admissions Begin

National Academy of Indian Railway, Vadodara, India’s first Railway University has began it’s admission process. 3500 students have already applied for 80 seats in BSc and BBA courses. The students can apply till June 30, the university has set a cut-off of 55 per cent.The students can apply for the undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered… Keep Reading

DU admissions 2018, online entrance

SRCC : Still The Big Name

Shree Ram College Of Commerce (SRCC) has earned it’s high reputation and is believed to be the best college under DU.It is not uncommon to find students naming SRCC as their ‘dream’ college. Every student aspires for the best, and SRCC with its faculty and facilities, exposure and endeavour, stands out from the rest colleges.… 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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