Hindu College has 43 seats for Political Science, of which 31 had filled Friday. Overall, the college saw 310 admissions – most in Political Science and Physics. Last year, the college admitted 172 students on the first day.
Officials Friday said they couldn’t admit students with the prefix mentioned in their OBC certificate, as it was not present in their application form or other certificates, thereby creating a “discrepancy”.
St Stephens College (Delhi University) Cut Off List 2019: For English, applicants need to have at least 90% in English Core or 85% in English Elective in Class XII. Similarly, in math, the subject needs to be compulsorily included in the best of four, while those applying for Sanskrit need to have studied it till Class X.
Keeping in mind the Delhi High Court judgment asking DU to allow admission of students to undergraduate programmes as per last year’s eligibility criteria, the committee also decided to apply eligibility criteria of last year to all courses this year.
Justice Malhotra said it did not appear “in any manner that the induction of a Christian member to the Governing Body for interviewing only the Christian candidates” was “violative” of Clause 5 of the college constitution.
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Earlier, students only had to pass in mathematics in Class XII to apply for economics. The logic behind making it compulsory for best of four, officials said, is to prepare students for industry skills such as data crunching and analytics.
After its tender with Sulabh expired, workers say AUD floated a tender which has now gone to a private company called Bhagwati International, as a result of which all existing staff — some of whom have been working in the university for as long as eight years — have been removed.
On May 28, The Indian Express had reported that senior wardens of seven hostels were asked by the JNU administration to vacate a section of students from their dormitories by May 30 for about 10 days, to accommodate nearly 1,000 guests for their Golden Jubilee celebrations.
Delhi Social Welfare Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam was met with ‘boos’ from some in the crowd, and his speech was followed by slogans of ‘Reservation pe hamla nahi sahenge (we won’t toleration any attack on reservation)’ by students.