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.

DU to send teachers to Scotland for digital literacy training

Four teachers of Delhi University will be heading to Scotland in a few months from now to undergo training on digital literacy at Edinburgh College with a workshop set to be held here to draw up the shortlist for the trip.

DU to run 'Gifted Education Mahaabhiyan' for NDMC, MCD schools

Underprivileged yet talented students from classes V to IX of 90 MCD and NDMC schools here will be nurtured by Delhi University under a special campaign to ensure holistic learning for them.

HRD Ministry saw several controversies in 2014

Controversy hogged the HRD Ministry ever since the NDA government came to power be it for the rollback of FYUP of Delhi University, replacing Sanskrit with German as the third language in Kendriya Vidyalayas or asking institutes to observe events on Christmas.

DU eases PhD norms for those working at space, def institutions

Scientists and professionals working at defence and space institutions and aspiring to pursue doctoral studies from Delhi University will now be able to do so while continuing with their full-time jobs.

JD-U seeks Irani's intervention in teacher's reservation at DU

JD(U) President Sharad Yadav has written to Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani seeking her intervention in the alleged violation of reservation policy at Delhi University.

Delhi University's Gyanodaya Express train sets off for Northeast

Delhi University's 'Gyanodaya Express' on Thursday set off for the northeast with 870 students and teachers on board with an aim to enrich the students about the rich culture and heritage of the region.

DU planning book on NE tour of Gyanodaya Express

As it gears up for its 'Gyanodaya Express' to chug off on a tour of the northeast, Delhi University has decided it will publish a book on the excursion by its students and the projects undertaken by them.

Political parties join DU teachers' stir over recruitment roster

Leaders of various political parties on Monday joined Delhi University teachers and students in a protest against the non-implementation of a 200-point reservation roster for the recruitment of teachers.

DU training nurses on use of sign language in hospitals

Delhi University is providing sign language training to nursing staff in hospitals across the national capital to help them deal with hearing impaired patients.

DU forms panel for implementing choice-based credit scheme

Delhi University has constituted a seven-member committee to propose changes in the varsity's examination system with a view to implementing the 'choice- based credit scheme'.

DU college suspects leakage of question paper using Whatsapp

A matter of suspected leakage of examination questions using Whatsapp has come to light in Delhi University after some students of an affiliated college were allegedly caught with images of a biology test paper on their smartphones.

DU signs MoU with UGC for uploading thesis on digital database

Delhi University will now be able to update thesis and dissertations of its research scholars on the UGC's digital database -'Shodhganga repository'.