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DU announces measures to prevent ragging

DU admission 2017: At a meeting to discuss the issues of ragging, eve teasing and other prohibited activities the university has formulated a list of measures.

DU admission 2017: NCWEB 8th cut off released, Hansraj college at 74 per cent for BCom

DU admission 2017: The highest cut off for BA programme (general catogory) is at Vivekananda College at 71 per cent. It is closely followed by BR Ambedkar college and JDMC at 70.

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DU admission 2017: At Khalsa college, seats up for grabs in 13 courses for sixth cut off

DU admission 2017: The evening colleges such as Shyam Lal (Evening) College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh and Motilal Nehru College, too, have seats vacant in popular courses. Though seats are closed for students in the unreserved category, most colleges have seats still vacant for students belonging to SC, ST and OBC categories.

DU admission 2017: Fifth cut off released, LSR at 97.5 for BA Psychology

DU admission 2017: Hindu College followed with the second highest cut off for the fifth list at 97.25 for BA (honours) Economics while LSR had a cut off at 97 for BA (honours) Journalism.

DU admission 2017: NCWEB second cut-off out, Miranda House demands 88% for B Com

As per the Delhi University release, the admissions will be done on July 7, 8 and 10 July between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm at its respective teaching centres. Except Hansraj and Miranda House, all other colleges have announced a low cut-off of 40 per cent

Delhi University plans to introduce GST in curriculum

According to the proposal, students of B Com (Hons) in the sixth semester will be studying GST and Customs Law as a second paper. Students of B Com will study it in the fifth semester asa second paper with the same title.

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DU admission 2017: Third cut off to release today, here's what to expect

DU admission 2017: The second cut off list was released June 30 and to avoid over-admission, popular colleges kept the cut-off above 95 per cent. About 42,000 seats are still available out of 56,000. 

DU admission 2017: Second cut-off to release today, likely to dip by 3%

DU admissions 2017: During the first cut-off admissions, a section of students had alleged that some colleges like Daulat Ram College (DRC) denied admission even after verification of certificates

DU admission 2017: Most popular science and commerce courses

DU admission 2017: DUBCom received the most applications with 1,08,525 applicants and BSc (Honours) Mathematics had the highest number of applicants (74,856) in the science stream.

DU PG admit card 2017 released at du.ac.in, exams to begin from July 1

Around 650 seats would be announced for M Phil course and around 850 seats would be allotted for Ph D courses. The candidates can view the admit card on the official website - admission.du.ac.in/pg2017.

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