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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

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


“Xpressions’17”, the flagship Management – Cultural fest of Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar witnessed a huge participation

“Xpressions’17”, the flagship Management-Cultural fest of Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, concluded successfully on the 12th of November. Spread over three days from the 10th to the 12th of November, the fest witnessed a huge number of participants from several reputed institutions across India. Around 3000 students participated in various events such as Gladiator, Helios,… Keep Reading

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‘May You Know More Than Jon Snow’ says SRM Exam Paper

A fourth- year B.Tech Paper at SRM University examination paper went viral after students discovered rhetoric youthful humour and references of popular English Television characters as Jon Snow. Believing nobody reads the instructions, the 27-year-old Nanmaran ended the set with ‘May you know more than Jon Snow’, a reference to popular series Game of Thrones consisting… Keep Reading


Will the insensitivity in our college textbooks ever end?

Lo and behold, another instance of our textbooks reflecting more of the society than need be. A BA Curriculum for Sociology discusses the various plausible reasons behind the dowry phenomenon, highlighting “ugliness” and the “alluring of a decent husband” as some prominent issues, while reasons like ignorance and lack of legal threat nowhere in sight… Keep Reading


Peek Into DU: Sri Guru Gobind College of Commerce (SGGSCC)

Established in 1984, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce (popularly called GGS) is a co-educational institute completing around three decades. With a modern infrastructure and experienced faculty, SGGSCC offers a lot that might suit one’s interest. Aao kabhi Northwest Delhi… Oh yes, Northwest Delhi it is! With the nearest metro station being Netaji Subhash Metro… Keep Reading

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DU Announces Special Drive for Admissions of Reserved Category Applicants

University of Delhi had announced the special drive for reserved/quota applicant category (SC/ST/OBC/PWD/CW/KM) including Sports/ECA for admissions to Undergraduate Programme (Merit Based). Under this drive only such candidates would be considered for admission who are registered with University of Delhi, but are not admitted in any college irrespective of category under any cut-off list. It… Keep Reading

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Lakshmibai College to be the first to set up crèche in DU

Lakshmibai College in Delhi University will be the first to set up a crèche for children of both teaching and non-teaching employees of the college. Lakshmibai College is a women’s college with only three male teachers among its more than 90 plus teaching staff. The Costs of the crèche The infrastructure is funded totally by the college… Keep Reading

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