Shradha Chettri


DU admission 2018: Most colleges to release second cut-off list, with marginal dip
Fri, Jun 22, 2018

Minor glitches were reported on Thursday as well, with colleges extending the time for admission till 3.30 pm. Ramjas College witnessed a massive rush, with students and parents having to wait for long hours.

DU admissions 2018: Telangana tribal students chase a dream — all the way to Delhi
Wed, Jun 20, 2018

Last year, 12 students from one of the two institutions — Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Gurukulam — got admissions in colleges under Delhi University for the first time, sparking a buzz back home.

DU admission Day 1: Another year of technical glitches, say students
Wed, Jun 20, 2018

Problems were also faced by students regarding OBC certificates. One, issued in March 2018, was turned away at a renowned college. This was because the university has said colleges can accept OBC non-creamy layer certificates issued only after April 2018.

DU first cut-off highest for BA programme, most courses demand over 98%
Tue, Jun 19, 2018

DU cut-off 2018: This year, BA programme was the second most applied course with 1,05,818 applications — next only to English.

DU admissions 2018: Delhi University’s tentative cut-off plans yet to take off
Mon, Jun 18, 2018

DU admissions 2018: The Indian Express on June 15 had reported that the university, in a meeting with college representatives, said it would create an interface called the "cut-off finder".

Delhi University: First online entrance sees many complaints over centres, cards
Mon, Jun 18, 2018

Apart from the mode of examination, Persons With Disability (PWD) complained about distant exam centres being allotted for different subjects on the same day.

DU colleges oppose change in admission norm for OBC candidates
Fri, Jun 15, 2018

DU reserves 27% seats for OBC category applicants (non-creamy layer, central list). Colleges have to ensure that a student’s caste is included in the OBC central list as well as the list notified by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

Delhi University to colleges: Keep your cut-offs realistic
Fri, Jun 15, 2018

St Stephen’s College, which released its first list on Monday, saw its cut-off increase — indicating that this could be the trend for other colleges as well.

Delhi University: Evaluation boycott will continue, DUTA decides at meeting
Thu, Jun 14, 2018

Since May 9, evaluation rooms in colleges have been locked. Teachers called the protest against the MHRD and UGC, changing rules on reservation for SC/ST/OBCs, as well as the autonomous scheme.

DU Admissions 2018: In DU race, some seats have over 100 contenders, English most popular
Wed, Jun 13, 2018

A journalism teacher at Kamala Nehru College said applications for this course have increased as candidates see the job potential afterwards. “Students feel that journalism has a direction and there is some sense of job security,” she said.

DU Admissions 2018: Cut-offs released at St Stephen’s, 98.75 per cent is highest
Tue, Jun 12, 2018

English (Hons) also has a high cut-off — 98.5% for commerce students — similar to last year. For science students, it is 98%. Admissions, however, will take place following an aptitude test and an interview.

Online DU exam catches some disabled students off guard
Sun, Jun 10, 2018

Until a few days ago, differently-abled students applying to postgraduate courses at Delhi University were unaware that the entrance examination will be held online.

In sapping Delhi summer, a classroom comes alive on concrete flyover slab
Sat, Jun 09, 2018

While the younger ones are taught in the tent, there’s a separate “classroom” for the 20 older schoolgoing students — a slab meant to build a flyover.

No MEA nod to Pakistan speakers at Ashoka University seminar to be held at IHC
Fri, Jun 08, 2018

Pakistan's name has also been struck off from the list of participating countries. "Besides inputs from agencies, a major consideration is state of relationship. Participation of Pakistan or any other country is a reflection of state of relationship with that country." MEA official spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said.

From this year, kayaking and golf out of DU’s sports category admission list
Fri, Jun 08, 2018

Meanwhile, four colleges — Deshbandhu, Ramanujan, Satyawati (Evening) and Sri Aurobindo College — are accepting applications from students under the “best physique” or bodybuilding category.

Students with disability find path to DU paved with bureaucratic obstacles
Thu, Jun 07, 2018

While Delhi University requires a certificate from a government hospital stating that an applicant suffers from a disability, the Delhi government is yet to notify rules of the Disability Act 2016.

Students with vocational subjects face a DU hurdle
Wed, Jun 06, 2018

There are 23 vocational courses offered in government schools, but only a few are listed in the DU admission form.

Disability Studies centre to work with other DU depts
Mon, Jun 04, 2018

The centre will work in liaison with various academic departments of the university to ensure inclusion of disability in undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes run by departments either directly or through colleges

Why is 95 per cent common in CBSE?
Mon, Jun 04, 2018

CBSE results 2018: In a year when CBSE had decided to do away with spiking of marks, an analyst looks at scoring patterns in three Class XII papers and asks why an exact 95% is once again more frequent than other scores.

The bricks in the wall: In system that reduces children to mere percentages, a look at what it is to not make the cut
Sun, Jun 03, 2018

According to data for 2018, the Delhi-National Capital Region has the highest concentration of CBSE schools, with the states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana accounting for nearly half of the 11,510 CBSE-affiliated schools across the country.