DU has 61 constituent colleges, but North Campus colleges such as SRCC, Hindu, Miranda House and St Stephen’s College and South Campus institutions such as Sri Venkateswara, Jesus and Mary College and Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma remain top picks for students.
To avail the newly constituted 10% reservation under the EWS category — introduced following the Ministry of Human Resource Development’s mandate — applicants are required to produce an income and asset certificate at the time of admission.
For the first time in history, Delhi University will admit over 60,000 students. But does it have enough infrastructure and teachers to meet the challenge? The Indian Express visited four colleges -- Daulat Ram College, Aryabhatta College, Dyal Singh College, Sri Aurobindo College over the past week to find out
Today, those familiar with Pusa Road might know that it derives its name from the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, popularly known as Pusa Institute. The institute had moved to its current Delhi address only in 1936.
On Wednesday, The Indian Express had reported on the lack of a government school in Prem Nagar — an unauthorised colony in Outer Delhi with a population running into lakhs — as a result of which children have to make a difficult journey to schools, including walking across railway tracks.
Last year, 400 children from the settlement had signed a petition to the Railways, initiated by the Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation (KSCF), requesting the setting up of a foot overbridge at the point where the children cross the tracks.
Between March and May, Karol Bagh’s Ajmal Khan Road became ground zero for a project that hopes to put pedestrians first. The Indian Express looks at what it took to make the stretch vehicle-free, and whether similar plans will work in Chandni Chowk and Connaught Place.
As per guidelines circulated to all government school heads, over the summer vacation months of May and June, remedial classes will take place regularly for those placed in compartment in subject-wise batches of up to 30 students across all schools.
Last year in August, the group of 50 youth had spearheaded a campaign, Freedom from Malnutrition, in the city’s bastis, following the deaths of three sisters aged eight, six and two, in Mandawali. As per official reports, they died due to negligence and starvation.