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Delhi University gears up to tackle hooliganism during Holi

Deployment of mobile patrol squads, setting up of control room manned by police and DTC authorities and formation of teacher-student committees are among a series of measures being taken by Delhi University to check hooliganism during the festival of Holi.

DU terminates services of professor on charges of misconduct

The Delhi University on Tuesday terminated the services of a Mathematics professor with immediate effect after an internal probe committee found her guilty of gross misconduct and dereliction of duty.

Delhi HC seeks former DU VC's response on a Prof's plea

Delhi High Court on Monday sought response of former Vice Chancellor Deepak Pental on a Delhi University (DU) professor's plea seeking quashing of a magisterial court order granting him bail in a case of alleged plagiarism, cheating and forgery.

Deadline to get AICTE approval for B Tech courses extended

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has extended the deadline for institutions which are yet to seek approval for B.Tech courses, a move which may come as a relief to as many as 24 Delhi University colleges.

DU signs MoU with STPI to establish 'Electropreneur Park'

 The first-of-its-kind "Electropreneur park" to support start-ups in electronic design and manufacturing has been set at Delhi University and will become functional from next month.

DU students protest outside Delhi Secretariat

Over 50 students from Delhi University Tuesday held a rally outside Delhi Secretariat demanding regular evening classes.

Delhi University's SOL students protest outside Delhi Secretariat

 Scores of students of Delhi University's School of Open Learning (SOL) on Tuesday staged a protest outside Delhi Secretariat here, demanding regular classes and new colleges in the national capital.

ICC World Cup 2015: Zee Cricket panel interacts with DU's SRCC students

Zee Cricket panel Navjot Singh Sidhu, Shoaib Malik and Ajay Jadeja along with host Gaurav Kapoor, reach Delhi University's SRCC for a hearty conversation with the students on the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup.

ICC World Cup 2015: Zee Cricket panel interacts with DU's SRCC students- Part 2

Zee Cricket panel Navjot Singh Sidhu, Shoaib Malik and Ajay Jadeja along with host Gaurav Kapoor, reach Delhi University's SRCC for a hearty conversation with the students on the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup.

Blind students in DU to get smart canes, DAISY players

Visually-challenged students of Delhi University will soon be getting 'mobility and accessibility' kits, including DAISY players and smart canes to help them move around with ease on campus.

BCI recommends enrollment of DU law graduates of 2013-14

The Delhi High Court has been informed that the Bar Council of India (BCI) has inspected the three centres of Delhi University's Law Faculty and has recommended enrollment, as advocates, of students who have passed out till 2013-2014.

DU students' group protests at MHRD, detained

Over 40 students of the Delhi University were on Friday detained for staging a protest in front of the Human Resource Development Ministry near the Parliament.

HRD Ministry raises questions on DU's preparations for CBCS
HRD Ministry raises questions on DU's preparations for CBCS

The HRD Ministry has put a spoke in Delhi University's plans to introduce the choice based credit transfer scheme from the coming academic session, raising questions about the preparations made, even though it had itself directed all central varsities to implement it from the said period.

Delhi University to tighten norms for change of name

Those contesting Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU) polls will not be able to prefix the letter 'A' before their names in order to be elevated in the list of candidates as the varsity has decided to tighten its norms in this regard.

HC to hear PIL claiming lack of professors in DU's law faculty

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a PIL alleging that Delhi University's Faculty of Law does not have adequate number of professors to teach its law students as compared to other departments of the varsity.

Delhi University to shift law faculty campus

In the wake of criticism by the Bar Council of India (BCI) over poor infrastructure, Delhi University has decided to shift its law faculty out of its 90- year-old campus, but the decision has drawn flak from students who are unhappy over the size of the new facility.

DU agrees to hand over medical college to Delhi govt

 A row is brewing within Delhi University over its acceptance of a central decision for the transfer of University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) to Delhi government with its Executive Council (EC) members slamming the move as being "unilateral" and "undemocratic".

DU in process of developing Math kits for blind students

 To make solving numerical problems less taxing for visually-impaired students, Delhi University is developing specialised 'mathematical kits' which will make it much easier for them to study the subject.

DU to issue notice to Maths professor after harassment probe

Delhi University will be issuing a show cause notice to a Mathematics professor on why her services should not be terminated after a committee found that her allegations of sexual harassment levelled against several varsity officials were false.

Delhi Assembly polls: DU students' expectations from the polls

As Assembly polls are approaching, let's decode the public opinion and know the issues ailing Delhi.