Student has gone missing since Wednesday evening, claim his family, friends.
It has also left a large number of teachers, employed on an adhoc basis at colleges, concerned about their future.
On Day 1 of rollback to 3-year format, second-year students say they have no clear instructions
Two joint controls — one in North and the other in South Campus — will be set up to monitor cases of ragging.
Various colleges have initiated orientation programmes for freshers to adapt them to the new courses.
Five new courses under the university’s Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC) were also approved.
DDA officials said the hub will comprise colleges and institutions of higher education.
According to UGC regulations, number of ad-hoc teachers should not exceed 10 pc of the total number of faculty positions.
The university admin has issued guidelines to colleges to restructure the “erstwhile” four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP).
The varsity had earlier this week reassured the students that the session will begin as per the schedule.
DU informed Delhi HC that it was changing its stand on the implementation of the reservation policy for appointment of assistant profs.
At Hindu College, cut-offs for English (H) for general category range between 95.5 and 97 per cent.
The UGC have written to all universities, for keeping courses in 10+2+3 format.
Speculation arose that the session might be delayed due to the requirement of restructuring the courses.
Delay in undergraduate admissions owing to the FYUP controversy has put admissions for both courses on hold, CIC officials said.