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Delhi: ‘Man dressed as woman’ saunters into SRCC girls hostel, steals students’ cards and cash

The accused allegedly used the debit cards to make transactions of around Rs 50,000 and stole roughly Rs 3,000 in cash from various rooms, students claimed. The incident took place on September 12, the day of the DU Students’ Union elections.

Alok Verma opts out of SRCC event, college says no formal invite

Sources said that members of the college student union extended an invitation to Verma on January 9, a day after he was reinstated as CBI director by the Supreme Court.

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Delhi University: SRCC student bags Rs 31 lakh offer

The highest package this placement season has been Rs. 31 LPA offered by the consultancy giant Parthenon- EY. Apart from the regular recruiters, companies such as FTI Consulting and LEK Consulting marked an increase in the number of companies, offering package of above Rs. 11 LPA

Delhi University: 5 SRCC students bag Rs 20 lakh offer

Apart from the consulting and investment banking firms, the Big 4 companies - EY, KPMG, Deloitte and PwC, continued to be the regular recruiters

Attack on SRCC teacher: Protest over ‘delayed action’

Anmol Riswan, a student and one of the organisers, said, “... We demand that the culprit be barred from taking any exam, and banned from college and the campus.”

Listen to Kanhaiya

All politicians, take note: This is how the demographic dividend is capable of talking back

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4th list out, few courses open for general category in top colleges

Seats are, however, up for grabs for SC/ST/OBC category students in numerous colleges.

Second cut-off list unlikely for popular courses

Seats in courses such as political science and English already filled in several colleges.

For outstation students, patience running out: Where do we stay and for how long?

Students also lost faith when ‘news’ about the admissions turned out to be mere ‘speculation’.

FYUP battle: Shri Ram College of Commerce also defers admission

The college, ranked among the best in the country for higher studies in Commerce and Economics, issued a notice expressing regret for the inconvenience caused.

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