Police said that when the girl tried to get an identity card made, she was told that her name was not on the admission list. She showed a photo of the admission slip and was told it was fake, police said.
CCTV footage from the department shows men brandishing lathis, breaking the glass of the notice board, kicking down doors, and pulling out fire extinguishers.
The student’s collective demanded a new women’s hostel for differently-abled students and the setting up of an internal complaint committee against sexual harassment in all colleges and institutions.
The women students’ group have threatened to go on an indefinite protest on October 8, if the demands are not met.
Apart from the 40 different vocational subjects, the board will conduct the exams for Typography and Computer Applications (English), Web applications, Graphics, Office Communication, etc in February
Governing Body chairman Amitabh Sinha and college principal IS Bakshi have been at loggerheads during the last week over student union elections in the college.
After alleging that DUSU President, ABVP’s Ankiv Basoya, had produced a fake degree from the Thiruvalluvar University, National Students’ Union of India hurriedly planned a protest. The protest, however, ended up attracting only 5-6 people.
The DUTA also said the MoU “pushes the task of expansion of student intake explicitly to the existing universities which would require more teachers, non-teaching staff and physical infrastructure.”
With the varsity missing the June deadline, it has written to the Ministry stating that the same will be approved in the EC meeting.
The MoU states that varsities will spell out performance parameters, output targets in terms of details of the programme of work and an action plan for the implementation and monitoring of MoU and others.
Basoya (23), currently a student of MA in Buddhist Studies in DU, claims to have completed his graduation from the TN university.
In August, classes were suspended over the same issue. At the end of the month, students had staged a protest, staying on campus the entire night. DU had sought time till September 14 to resolve the problems.
As per the proposal, funds worth Rs 793 crore are being sought for teaching, research, skill enhancement and development programmes.
DUSU polls: NSUI wins secretary post; CYSS-AISA panel comes third.
While the eligibility criteria for general category students is 50%, it is now 45% for SC/ST/OBC students or those with physical disabilities.