Govt bans new admissions in Jodhpur National University

Rajasthan government today issued an order banning new admissions in the Jodhpur National University (JNU), which awarded more than 25,000 fake degrees to students, with immediate effect for the academic session 2015-16.

DU Admissions: Things you should not forget to carry!
DU Admissions: Things you should not forget to carry!

The admission process for the prestigious Delhi University began on Thursday. Around 54,000 seats are up for grab this year.

DU Admissions: Special case of St Stephen's and JMC
DU Admissions: Special case of St Stephen's and JMC

Delhi University admission process began on Thursday and students from all over India started applying for their favourite colleges and courses.

Top 5 places to eat in Delhi University's campuses
Top 5 places to eat in Delhi University's campuses

Here are the top joints in and around Delhi University campuses where you can have some of the best foods.

DU admissions: Sports education is SGND Khalsa College's USP even though it has no playground of its own
DU admissions: Sports education is SGND Khalsa College's USP even though it has no playground of its own

The strategic location of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College ,(popularly known as Khalsa College), the college managed by Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committe) is accessible to students from all over Delhi and NCR by train and bus.

DU admissions 2015: Here's why IP College for Women is listed among top 10 art colleges of DU
DU admissions 2015: Here's why IP College for Women is listed among top 10 art colleges of DU

Established in 1924, Delhi Universty’s IP College for Women is one of the oldest women’s colleges in Delhi which was started in two rooms of the Indraprastha School at Chippiwara near Jama Masjid.

DU admissions: Hindu College to have dedicated Girls hostel, smoother online process, shares Principal Anju Srivastava
DU admissions: Hindu College to have dedicated Girls hostel, smoother online process, shares Principal Anju Srivastava

Delhi University’s Hindu College is on every student's bucket list of colleges to attend. The institution is bringing up new infrastructural changes to accommodate the growing number of students who wish to experience and learn under its rich legacy.

Admissions to Delhi University PG courses begins
Admissions to Delhi University PG courses begins

The registration for admission to post graduate courses for 2015-2016 academic year in Delhi University started on Wednesday.

Fresh Delhi University admissions likely from Tuesday

Fresh admissions for the 2014-15 academic session in Delhi University is likely to commence from Tuesday with the varsity today formally scrapping the controversial four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) even as uncertainty continued to plague B Tech students.

Colleges await DU decision to go ahead with admissions

Fifty seven of the 64 colleges affiliated to Delhi University may have agreed to the UGC order to end the controversial four-year undergraduate programme but they can shift to the earlier format only after the varsity amends rules in this regard.

SRCC defers admissions due to lack of clarity on FYUP

Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) that had earlier decided to go forward with the admission process to undergraduate courses has retracted and said it was deferring the admission.

FYJC admissions begin

Students gear up for mission admission. Sanchayan Bhattacharjee reports on how the cut offs are going to affect the admission process this year.

Admission Alert: Management

Admission alert for Management students.

Oxford aims to weed out `rich and thick` students this year

Even as its alumni includes the wealthy and famous from around the world, the Oxford University this year is looking to weed out "thick and rich" applicants and ensure that admissions are made on merit.

Admission Alert

Admissions for Master of Social Entrepreneurship (MSE) 2014-16, affiliated to Karnatak University, Dharwad.

Admission Alert

Admission Alert

Cut-offs damaging ethos of colleges: Shashi Tharoor

Minister of State Shashi Tharoor, a product of St Stephen`s College, Monday visited Delhi University and voiced concern over the steadily rising cut-off percentages for admissions.

Maharashtra to be part of national JEE for engineering courses

The admissions to engineering courses in Maharashtra would take place through the national-level Joint Entrance Examination from the academic year 2014-15.

PM `pained` by high cut-offs in admissions

PM Manmohan Singh expressed dissatisfaction over the high cut-offs in admissions to centres of higher learning like the IITs.

Rush in DU colleges as second round of admissions

Students on Wednesday rushed to secure
prized seats in colleges of the Delhi University that lowered
the cut-off percentages yesterday with responses varying
across courses and colleges.