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Corruption, safety of women and employment are likely to be the main issues on the minds of Delhi University students while casting their votes in the December 4 Assembly elections. Student outfits are leaving no stone unturned to ensure a high voter
Assembly elections feel they are on familiar ground as the varsity elections were conducted on the same scale as the State polls before the Lyngdoh Committee recommendations...People have come up to me and said they voted for me in college and they
Delhi Transportat Corporation (DTC) to pay Rs 32 lakh as compensation to the parents of a 26-year-old woman who was run over by a DTC bus...Shreshtha was an MBA and a former student of Kirori Mal College and had good future prospects.
The university administration has issued a notification announcing changes in the ordinance of the university. "Students of the four-year undergraduate programme who fulfil" certain conditions "shall be given the relevant credit in each foundation
The Delhi government on Tuesday announced a plan to bring in up to 90 per cent reservation for students from Delhi in state government-funded colleges under Delhi University. The proposal, if approved, will affect admissions in 28 DU colleges.
I ndians involved in the country's higher education system are somewhat shaken by the realisation that none of our leading educational institutes has made it to the list of the world's top 200 institutions. Various people have given various reasons
Breaking News Alert About 400 Delhi University (DU) students are staring at the possibility of losing one year of study. Final year BSc programme students of colleges such as Kirori Mal College, Shyamlal College, Dyal Singh College and Acharya
Polls to elect office bearers of the students' unions at Delhi University (DU) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) today went off peacefully with around 40 and 56 per cent turnout respectively. Delhi University Chief Election Officer Ashok Vohra
Gandhi and Parv Khurana in the role of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, locked in fierce discussions on the partition of India into Hindustan and Pakistan. This enactment of an important chapter in India's history was captivating and at the same time heart-
Government Colleges in the city have introduced a slew of add-on courses for students in this session. From Multimedia to Tourism and Disaster Management, the students have a variety of courses that they can now pursue. Presently, there are nine add-