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Satyawati College suspends two students for vandalising seminar, college secretary among suspended

Satywati College suspended two students involved in the vandalism of the seminar hosting AISA Activist Kawalpreet Kaur earlier this week. The suspended students, Secretary Kunal Yadav and ABVP activist Aman Awana, await the proctorial committee report for the future course of action. “The Staff Council in its meeting held on February 22 unanimously condemns the… Keep Reading

Admission Corner/News

DU Admissions Board has no elected professors on panel

The admission season for the academic session 2018-19 is approaching but the process seems to be fraught with troubles. A committee of 10 members is setting the admissions policy but there are no teachers on the panel. The composition of the committee that has been entrusted with crucial administrative decisions which will directly impact students has… Keep Reading


JNU Union To March to HRD Over Attendance Mandate

The protests at Jawaharlal University over the mandatory attendance policy took a new turn on Saturday, with the students claiming to take the march to the ministry of human resource development (HRD). Additionally, the teachers’ association (JNUTA) will be staging a sit-in protest along with the students’ union (JNUSU) on Monday. Sudhir K Suthar, the… Keep Reading


25,000 Reward for Information About Man Caught Masturbating on Bus

Days after a video filmed by a Delhi University student depicting a man masturbating on the bus went viral, the Delhi Police has offered 25,000 rupees for any information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator. On the seventh of February, a female student travelling from Vasant Vihar to the IIT Gate aboard an orange… Keep Reading


Stalled and then allowed, how Ram Lal Anand College’s annual street-play competition turned controversial

This Friday Ram Lal Anand College banned and later allowed the street-play competition Iltija to be held as part of the college’s annual cultural fest Nexplora. It was stated that the decision was citing projection of “ideas and themes of street play will create disturbances in the college and hamper college’s peace”. It brings to light the… Keep Reading

A photo illustration shows the entry describing the word "misogyny", in a 2nd edition copy of The Macquarie Concise Dictionary, the authority on the English language in Australia, on a coffee table in Sydney October 17, 2012. A fiery speech against sexism by Australia's first female Prime Minister Julia Gillard has prompted the textbook of Australian English to redefine the word "misogyny" to better fit the heated political debate raging downunder.     REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)

St. Stephen’s misogyny promoting ANGA oath undergoes a huge change

Last year members of St. Stephen College’s Alnutt North Gentlemen’s Association (ANGA) came under fire for pledging to promote misogyny and philander exclusively with men. After a video had surfaced of them undertaking the pledge many students groups, feminist groups and women’s groups criticised them for upholding this tradition. In response, ANGA had clearly stated that this pledge… Keep Reading

open learning

DU SOL exam date sheet released, classes yet to begin

Delhi University’s School Of Open Learning (SOL) announced its exam date-sheet this Monday as the classes for the session 2017-18 are yet to begin. The students of School Of Open Learning are clueless about their study material and syllabi. The study material for only four undergraduate courses as B.A. Programme, B.Com, B.A. Hons. Political Science and B.A. Hons.… Keep Reading


Excess payment for JNU teachers; violation of UGC rules

JNU’s administration  might be in a problematic position over violation of University Grants Commission’s financial matters. According to UGC’s order of October 2017, a recovery of Rs.20.88 lakh from a teacher of the university wasn’t recovered until the matter became ‘time-barred’, even after the objections of Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) were accepted.… Keep Reading

Latest Reports/News

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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