Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai on Friday flagged off a U-Special (University Special) bus for students of Delhi University’s (DU) South Campus.
DU’s community radio was started in 2007. Broadcast on frequency 90.4 MHz, it has a 10-km radius.
Refuting the claims, education minister Manish Sisodia said, “Baseless rumours are being spread about some colleges that are to be shifted from DU to another varsity.”
L K Advani said he appreciates “anyone who can use cinema for patriotism”.
Most teachers’ organisations and student wings, except the BJP-backed Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, have been critical of the CBCS and have been demanding its rollback.
Maliwal’s letter comes a day after the commission issued summons to the St Stephan’s College professor facing charges of sexually harassing a PhD student and principal Valson Thampu.
The varsity has also increased the time span for finishing PhD from four years to upto 6.5 years.
The organisations have decided to keep up the momentum against CBCS.
The university has received complaints that certain colleges had given admission based on “tinkered” OMR forms, which have new course options allegedly filled in after wards.
“Prima facie, it appears that non-teaching staff of nine colleges were in nexus with the accused, though investigations are still on,” a police officer said.
Maken was speaking at a panel discussion organised at Delhi University by a Congress-backed teachers’ group about the alleged intervention of the MHRD in institutions of higher education.
The student body seems to be following the BJP, which had begun a system of membership renewal through SMSes in November 2014.
The course teaches the functions of Hindi language in administrative work, advertising, mass communication and computer education, among others.
The notice was issued after CPM Politburo member Brinda Karat, along with the complainant, met HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Thursday afternoon.
Earlier under the three-year system, students were supposed to study both English and Hindi.