AISA celebrates FYUP rollback

The All India Students` Association (AISA) on Friday celebrated the rollback of the controversial four year undergraduate programme (FYUP) of the Delhi University, announced by the varsity`s Vice-Chancellor Dinesh Singh earlier in the day.

DU`s VC and academic council not working with ego: Madhu Kishwar

Activist Madhu Kishwar on Friday said that Delhi University Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh and Academic Council are not working with ego in the contentious case of the Four Year University Program.

DU students demand President`s intervention in FYUP issue

Student groups, who have intensified their protest against the controversial Four-Year Undergraduate Programme, have demanded the intervention of President Pranab Mukherjee to resolve the issue, and also sought the resignation of Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh.

DU finally relents, reverts to three-year course; admissions to begin soon

Facing severe criticism from various students` organisations, academicians and political parties for delaying the admission process, the Delhi University (DU) on Friday agreed to comply with the University Grants Commission`s order to scrap its Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).

DU VC acting like `terrorist`, has taken university `hostage`: Nandita Narain

Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) president Nandita Narain on Wednesday said that DU Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh is acting like a `terrorist` and has taken the university as `hostage`.

DU VC acting like `terrorist`: Nandita Narain

Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) president Nandita Narain on Wednesday said that DU Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh is acting like a `terrorist` and has taken the university as `hostage`.

DU admissions stalled, protests continue; Delhi HC rejects PILs on FYUP

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Profile of DU’s outgoing Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh

Delhi University`s Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh resigned from his post on Tuesday following a stand-off with the UGC over FYUP.

DU VC Dinesh Singh resigns

Delhi University Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh resigned today in the midst of a raging controversy over the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) rocking the varsity.

Smriti Irani qualification row: DU does U-turn, says no official suspended

Making a U-turn over the alleged leaked documents related to educational qualifications of union Human Resources Development Minister Smriti Irani, the Delhi University (DU) on Saturday evening issued a statement clarifying that none of its employees had been suspended.

Smriti Irani urges revocation of suspension of DU staff; Digvijay Singh says `thanks`

In a bid to stop controversy over her education qualifications from flaring up anymore, Union Human Resources Development Minister Smriti Irani urged Professor Dinesh Singh, the vice-chancellor of Delhi University, to reinstate the officials suspended on Friday.

DU teachers, students urge Smriti Irani to scrap 4-year programme

A delegation of teachers and students from the Delhi University submitted a memorandum to HRD Minister Smriti Irani urging her to scrap the four-year undergraduate programme and sack vice chancellor Dinesh Singh.

University of Delhi signs MoU with University of Glasgow

The Universities of Delhi and Glasgow have signed an agreement under which the students in Delhi would receive lectures from Glasgow and vice versa via video-link.

VC holds student durbar amid protests

DU VC Dinesh Singh Thursday heard grievances from students over a range of issues including the cases of "special chance" even as a group of students held a protest against the varsity administration.

DU VC bats for revolutionising higher education

Delhi University Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh on Thursday made a strong pitch for revolutionising higher education.