The English exam of first year BA in Delhi University School of Open Learning was cancelled Wednesday.
Recognising the immense potential of ‘campus clientele’, many have ventured into the market to open their own uniquely themed restaurants and cafes.
DU admission, which has gone completely online this time, has left many parents and students confused.
In a meeting of the DUTA Executive held Saturday, its members cited the “lack of sensitivity” on part of the government and decided to extend the boycott until June 16.
The protest could not only delay results of undergraduate courses, but also have an effect on admissions.
With a marginal increase in CBSE Class 12 result 2016, it is expected that the cut-offs will be quite similar to the last year
The BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP also met DU Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi to discuss the issue.
A team of trained volunteers, along with teachers and counsellors, will help the PwD applicants to ensure forms are filled correctly without any hassle and confusion
DU teachers have been boycotting the evaluation of undergraduate exams for last 11 days against amendments to UGC regulations
Delhi High Court pulled up the university for failing to take steps to appoint permanent faculty.
This is for the first time that the university has introduced completely online admission procedure for UG admissions unlike previous years when it used to be both online and offline.
Admissions to over 60,000 seats in DU’s various undergraduate courses began yesterday and the online registration will conclude on June 19.
Unlike previous years, when the first day of registration saw a huge rush of aspirants at the University’s north campus and individual colleges, DU Wednesday was relatively crowd-free.
The online registration process will start Wednesday at noon and continue till June 19, following which the first cut-off list will be announced on June 27.
All 12 evaluation centres remained virtually empty last week as teachers stayed away from evaluating answer scripts in protest over the UGC notification.