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JAC Delhi counselling 2019: Seat allotment results to be released today

JAC Delhi counselling 2019: The candidates who had appeared in the examination can check the results through the website jacdelhi.nic.in. The seat allotment results for second round will be released on July 5

JAC counselling: Registration round 2 begins for admission to engineering colleges in Delhi

JAC counselling 2019: The window to apply under the second round will only be open for two days. It will be closed on June 20, 5 pm. Those who could not clear in the same will have to apply under the third round of counselling for which only one day window will be open on July 11, 2019.

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JAC Delhi 2019: Counselling begins for admission to BTech, BArch courses; eligibility, how to apply

JAC Delhi 2019: If you have cleared class 12 and appear for JEE MAin 2019 and wish to take admission in BTech and BArch courses in Delhi, apply at jacdelhi.ac.in. The last date to apply is June 18 while the fee payment window will be closed on June 17 (Monday) at 5 pm.

Govt looks at engineering college to test power meters

Govt’s power regulator will have to approve proposal to appoint a third party

Samsung,Delhi Technological University announce tie-up

Samsung India will set up a software lab at Delhi Technological University campus for students.

DTU students develop lightweight aircraft for surveillance

Giving wings to innovation,a team of under-graduate students at Delhi Technological University has designed and built a light Unmanned Aerial Vehicle that can be used for urban surveillance purposes. The project,conceived in August 2009,has been funded by defence industries giant Lockheed Martin.

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DTU students develop solar car for race in Oz

A Team of engineering students from the Delhi Technological University has developed a solar-powered car that will participate in the World Solar Challenge.

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Anup Sehgal,who worked with the online section of The Indian Express,died on Monday after a brief illness.

Qualified faculty eludes engineering colleges

Engineering colleges in the country,especially those in the minor league,may be popping up like mushrooms and even churning out graduates by the thousands,but when it comes to faculty quality,most colleges are forced to make do with relative freshers who do not even hold a PhD.

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