Earlier on August 7, the high court had passed an order on a bunch of petitions, putting in place a proper procedure for issuance of degree certificates through an online mechanism to ensure that delay in printing of degree certificates does not become an impediment to students who need it.
Electronic gadgets, face masks, and sanitisers will also be allowed inside the exam hall as there is a chance that question papers will be sent to the students via WhatsApp or email during the examinations instead of handing out printed question papers, which would be difficult to sanitise
The Delhi University commenced its online open-book examinations from August 10, amid opposition from students and teachers who had been demanding that exams be scrapped and evaluation be done over past performance
"The situation is bad here due to floods. There is no electricity. How will I be able to take my exams?" says Rasuhan Kumar, a final-year student of Delhi U.
During investigation, it was revealed that senior leaders of the CPI (Maoist), a banned organisation under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, were in contact with the organisers of Elgar Parishad as well as the accused arrested in the case to spread the ideology of Maoism/Naxalism and encourage unlawful activities, the official of the premier investigation agency said.
48-year-old Mitlesh Jha, who has been selling bhelpuri outside JMC since 1991, has been out of work since the COVID-19 outbreak
A bench of Justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad was informed by the varsity that the students left out of online exams will be given an opportunity to appear in physical examinations, to be held sometime in September.
The Delhi government decision comes after the University Grants Commission announced that all universities must conduct final year exams by September.
Teachers and students have been opposing the open book exams (OBE) citing issues like absence of study material for many students and lack of internet connectivity in various parts of the country, among others.
Justice Jayant Nath issued notice to the university asking it to file a response to the plea by three students, belonging to economically weaker sections of the society, who have contended that this form of examination was beneficial only for those well off.
The agitations during and after the Emergency were also led by students across campuses but no one was ever slapped with sedition charges nor called anti-nationals. These disagreements remained at the debate and discussion level, and there was no intimidation nor were there physical attacks.
Delhi Development Authority (DDA), on May 12, 2011, had allowed M/S Young Builders (P) Ltd to construct a high-rise group housing society in the north campus of Delhi University.
The Left-backed All India Students Association (AISA) expressed happiness over improvement in their vote share.
The SFI and Left students' outfits protested against the "saffronisation" of the Delhi University's curriculum.
Over 27,000 students had taken admission in DU first cut off list 2019 as against 5,500 last year.
Five agitators who wrote to the V-C of DU also said the new policies will have “far-reaching consequences” that will adversely affect the poor and marginalised students.
The online registration for undergraduate courses will end on June 14 and the first cut-off is likely to be declared on June 20.
The plea by Umang Bhardwaj, a differently-abled student residing in Gwyer Hall hostel, has claimed that the administration was taking action against students who were objecting to the not holding of election there.
NSUI said this was clearly a decision taken under pressure ahead of the high court hearing on November 20.
Under the CBCS system, a grade based system would be implemented for MBA and MCom courses
Banerjee was supposed to attend the event, but the principal denied permission and the invitation was withdrawn yesterday, a source said.
According to a university official, out of over 56,000 seats, over 11,000 were filled which was a record-breaking number. Last year, around 2,000 seats were filled.
The Delhi University announced its first cut-off list on June 18 for merit-based undergraduate courses in the 2018-19 academic year, recording a drop in the minimum required marks as compared to last year.
Apparently, the involvement of ABVP in Ramjas college controversy earlier in May and a general anti-incumbency has cost the party dearly
The department's eligibility criteria - zero - for SC-ST applicants has invited criticism on social media and has once again begun the debate whether reservation is still relevant.