According to students, the Faculty of Law, however, admitted that "there have been some lapses", and assured them of taking the correctional steps.
Delhi Commission for Women Chief Swati Maliwal also took to Twitter and raised questions about the safety and security of the girl students.
"The admission process is expected to stretch longer by a week as CUET was rescheduled. The entire admission process will take over a month," said a senior Delhi University official
The committee will focus on improving the student-teacher ratio and ensuring facilities provided by the varsity are used optimally, told Prakash Singh
Classes for the first semester UG courses will commence on November 22. However, the first-year even semester classes will begin on April 7, 2022
Amid the decline of Covid-19 cases in the capital city of the country, DU has decided to reopen its campus in a phased manner from tomorrow (Sept 15). After the Delhi Disaster Management Authority gave permission to reopen educational institutions on August 30, the prestigious university also resumed its online classes.
Many DU colleges already have had a very high cut-offs for admissions in various courses. These colleges include Hindu College, Hansraj College, Ramjas College, Daulat Ram College, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) and St. Stephen's College.
"The admission to undergraduate courses will be merit-based, like previous year. There will be no change in the eligibility criteria for the candidates."
New Delhi: Delhi University colleges on Sunday announced their second cut-off lists for admission, with Shri Ram College of Commerce marginally trimming its cut-off by 0.25 points to 98.25 per cent for Economics (Honours). One of the most sought-after colleges, Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College which had set the highest cut-off at 98.75 per cent […]
New Delhi: A charge-sheet has been filed against four Delhi University (DU) students for “misbehaving” with Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani on an occasion in 2017, police said on Tuesday. A senior Delhi Police officer told mediapersons that the charge sheet was filed on Monday against the four on charges of “stalking, drunken driving […]
New Delhi: In the wake of sexual harassment of a Delhi University student in a bus, Swaraj India on Tuesday accused the AAP government of “failure” to ensure security for women in three years of its rule in Delhi. “The sexual harassment of a female student in a cluster bus shows that the Delhi government’s […]
New Delhi: With the admissions over for the 10th cut-off list, the Delhi University (DU) has filled almost all seats across colleges but still another list cannot be ruled out, a university official said. At the close of admission for Undergraduate Courses (merit based) as per the latest list on Friday, the university announced it […]
New Delhi: More than 40,000 candidates have registered online for admissions to undergraduate courses at Delhi University (DU) since Monday, the varsity announced on Tuesday. The most sought after courses are B.A.(Hons) English, B.Com., B.Com.(Hons.), B.A.(Hons.) Economics and B.A. Programme. “We have received a very good response. The total applicants are 40,143, of whom 28,864 have […]
New Delhi: Delhi University has decided to move the Supreme Court against a Delhi High Court order that directed the varsity to grant monthly pension to over 300 teachers. The decision was taken at the executive council meeting of the university yesterday. The emergent meeting was primarily organised to discuss issues pertaining to general provident […]
New Delhi: The Delhi University is behaving like an ostrich by “sticking its head in the sand” instead of taking action against a law student accused of intimidating teachers on several occasions, Delhi High Court said today. “There is complete lawlessness and you have stuck your head in the sand like an ostrich,” a bench […]