On August 2, the admission of 16 girls under the sports quota was cancelled by college Principal Savita Roy through a notice, conveying that admission of those admitted under the first list — issued on July 9 — “stands cancelled” and asked them to re-register on August 4 and 6
The Delhi University said the delay is not from their end, as they are waiting for clarification from the University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) on how to proceed in the matter.
As per earlier UGC regulations, the time for PhD coursework is five years.
The faculty members of the SOL, University of Delhi, are concerned about the undue delay in commencement of the admission process for first year, he said.
“There are some difficulties with the infrastructure, which we are looking into. In 15-20 days, everything will be sorted. As it is a very new department, we are still looking into things,” Director J P Dubey said.
A 2016 UGC regulation made it mandatory for students to score atleast 50% in entrance exams to qualify for MPhil and PhD interviews. Following an uproar, the university postponed interviews for the courses, leaving students in a limbo.
As reported by The Indian Express on July 26, with the new University Grants Commission (UGC) norms in place, several MPhil and PhD seats in DU are set to go vacant this year.
“We don’t have any library, we have a reading room which has a capacity of only 10 students. We are facing lots of problems due to lack of books and reading space,” the students wrote.
Police said some students heard her crying and knocked on the door. When she did not respond, they informed the staff.
Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) secretary Mahamedhaa Nagar has written to Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi, demanding that ‘wellness cells’ be set up in colleges.
Under the new rules, an applicant has to score at least 50% in the entrance exam to be eligible for the interview.
Eight members of the governing body alleged that the meeting took place with just five-six members, of which most were Delhi government nominees, and one among them was made the Chairman.
CBSE offers around 50 vocational subjects, among which the most popular ones are physical education, painting, sculpture, and media studies.
The university has said they will give three days before the notification of admission list for students who have applied for re-evaluation.
The court made it clear that since some students had been granted, by way of an interim relief, permission to take exams during pendency of pleas, their results shall be declared provisionally.