Besides sending a notice, the green panel warned the officer that if he failed to appear before or on October 12, then they have to pay a fine.
The exam, which is mandatory to get a degree, has led to some discomfiture, especially among students from the Northeast, many of whom say they have not studied Hindi beyond Class VIII. Satyawati (Evening) College was the first one to put up the notice, on September 14
DUSU election results: A total of 43 per cent voter turnout was recorded in the polls held on Tuesday. According to the professors who kept the track of the elections, far flung colleges recorded a poor voting percentage, whereas the on-campus colleges had a healthy voter turnout.
The court also said that the university was “stigmatising” the student by rejecting his nomination. Senior advocate P Chidambaram, appearing for Tuseed, argued how the CEO can reject his nomination on the basis of an anonymous complaint.
The court was hearing a petition by Rocky Tuseed, who has challenged the DU Chief Election Officer’s (CEO) decision to cancel his nomination for the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) polls scheduled on September 12 on grounds of disciplinary action.
While the ABVP is focusing on admission reforms, AISA is keener on DUSU election reforms.
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The alleged incident took place in the canteen of the CIC, which runs inter-disciplinary programmes.
The final list of candidates will be released on September 6 evening. Parties are, therefore, worried that they would get only two full working days (Thursday and Friday) for campaigning.
The entrance will be conducted on September 17. The registration fee is Rs 500 for general and OBC candidates and Rs 250 for SC/ST. The entrance in English will be held from 9-11 am, and the one in Hindi will be held from 2-4 pm
Taking note of the amount of paper wasted during last year’s election, the NGT had issued notice to Delhi University, the Centre and the Ministry of Environment and Forests against the wastage.
A brainchild of the college principal, Babli Moitra Saraf, the MALR is an unique centre where youngsters will be made aware of the nuances of music, especially Hindustani classical. “Our country has a rich musical heritage and we cannot just let it go into oblivion.
“This list will be for colleges which have seats vacant in a few courses. The eighth and ninth list was part of a special drive for those in reserved categories. Hence, we are keeping the 10th list for general candidates,” said Gurpreet Singh Tuteja, Deputy Dean, Students’ Welfare.
Delhi University released the interview schedule and cut off marks for the PhD admissions in the Department of Mathematics, and it left most of the students bewildered.
The government’s order is already creating a flutter in the university, with the Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) writing to Sisodia as well as Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi.