For lakhs of students who have secured 60-80 per cent in their Board exams, the dream of studying in Delhi University seems to be moving further and further away with the cut-off bench mark rising with every year.
Friends wondering about throwing a party for an absent friend make the photo for a post that says, “Its my friend’s birthday. I haven’t yet planned a surprise for him. I think no surprise will be a surprise!”
The AAP leader said he dreamt of an inclusive society but the problem with inclusiveness was that “it doesn't give you the chance to be exclusive, which at present is the foundation stone of our society".
One of the main projects this year is the ‘Preparation of Master Plan of Drainage for NCT of Delhi’. The project — to formulate a master drainage plan for the city by 2021 — was given to IIT by the Delhi government.
The government acted after 250 parents met Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and alleged that the school had increased the fee by 12 per cent for entry level classes, and by 10 per cent for senior classes, without seeking government sanction.