DU Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi clarified that “only the sale and distribution” of the book had been stopped, and that the move had “nothing to do with introducing changes in the curriculum of the history department”.
MoS for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi assured the Chair that the government will ask the minister concerned — HRD Minister Smriti Irani — to take “necessary steps”.
The Delhi Univarsity will be holding the entrance exams at six centres across the country – Bengaluru, Nagpur, Delhi Jammu, Varanasi and Kolkata
The letter came a day after HRD Minister Smriti Irani assured that she would convey her “angst” to the university. T
The Tricolour will be permanently installed atop the Vice-Regal Lodge on campus, V-C Yogesh Tyagi told The Indian Express.
A few days ago, residents of Delhi University’s Rajiv Gandhi Hostel for Girls held protests against an order to leave their hostel rooms during the summer vacation.
The DU vice-chancellor has constituted an 18-member standing committee, comprising deans of various faculties, to discuss the proposal .
Outstation Delhi University aspirants may not have to visit the national capital to write entrance examinations for Ph.D. and M.Phil. courses with the university planning to come up with six centres outside Delhi
Other educational institutions including Bharti College, Ramanujan College and Daulat Ram College may also add a few new courses.
According to university officials, an approval to the course was accorded by the varsity’s top decision-making bodies-Executive Council and Academic Council (AC) last year
Nearly 8,000 students enrol every year in PG courses in DU.
Weeks after JNU students had a confrontation with the administration over burning of Manusmriti, students in Delhi University today burnt copies of the ancient text following which three of them were detained by police.
The changes proposed by the university were taken up at a meeting of a committee set up to look into the CBCS grading system after the first semester examinations.
The counsel for the Maharashtra government had opposed the bail, contending that some witnesses in the case were yet to be examined and that they apprehended Saibaba would propagate Maoist views if set free.
The court was not moved as counsel for Maharashtra expressed the apprehension that Saibaba would propagate his views if he is set free.