Delhi University on a hiring spree, teachers' body cries foul

Delhi University has gone on a hiring spree barely few days before the VC's power to recruit candidates come to an end but the move has not gone down well with a section of teachers who have termed it an "unholy scramble" and have demanded President's intervention into the issue.

Stephens student moves HC for character certificate from college

A student-editor of St Stephens' banned e-magazine on Wednesday moved the Delhi High Court seeking a character certificate and alleging that the provisional graduation certificate issued to him does not certify his character as has been done in the case of others who graduated from the college.

Delhi University fifth cut-off: Varsity door still open for sought-after courses

Delhi University on Monday night released the fifth cut-off list for the 2015 academic session, with preferred colleges like Lady Shri Ram (LSR), Hindu, Kirori Mal and Ramjas keeping their doors open for courses like Economics, English, B.Com (Honours) and Psychology.

AAP student wing Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti to foray into DUSU polls

After a resounding victory in the Delhi Assembly polls, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may try to make inroads into educational institutions in the National Capital, especially the Delhi University, through its student wing.

Is DU cut-off criteria uniformly followed by all colleges, asks Delhi HC

Delhi High Court on Friday asked the Delhi University (DU) whether its notification regarding cut-off calculation was to be mandatorily followed by all colleges affiliated to it.

Plea in HC against DU cut-off system for state board students

Delhi High Court on Friday sought the responses of Delhi University and Kerala government on a plea claiming that each college in the capital had different criteria for calculating cut-off marks of students from other state boards during the admission process.

No one gangs up against Principal without reason: HC on Thampu

Everyone would not gang up against a college principal without any reason, the Delhi High Court observed on Friday while referring to St Stephen's Principal Valson Thampu who has been facing accusations from his staff, teachers and students.

St Stephen's molestation row: College not a probe agency says Thampu

St Stephen's principal Valson Thampu, who is facing allegations of shielding a professor who is accused of molesting a PhD student, on Thursday said the college was not an investigative agency and it was for police to conduct the probe.

DU cut-offs soar beyond perfect 100, thousands disappointed

While the steep cut-offs for UG courses in DU has caused widespread dismay amongst students, the soaring of the eligibility bar for some of them to beyond the perfect 100 per cent mark has been termed "absurd" and "unbelievable".

DU's foreign students to participate in Yoga Day at Rajpath

While most of the Delhi University students are enjoying their summer vacations, 41 foreign students from the varsity are busy learning various 'asanas' in the run up to the Yoga Day function at Rajpath on June 21.

Delhi University sports quota trial: 1,500 candidates appear on first day
Delhi University sports quota trial: 1,500 candidates appear on first day

Day One of the three-day fitness trials at Delhi University for admission through sports quota saw a rush on Thursday with 1,500 students queueing up at the varsity's polo ground to test their luck.

Delhi University admissions: 21,000 forms sold on first day

The sale of OMR forms and offline registration for admissions to undergraduate courses at Delhi University kick-started on Friday with a total of 21,813 forms being sold from the eight college centres on the first day.

DU offline admission process to start from Friday

The offline registration for various undergraduate courses in Delhi University will start from June 5.

Delhi University receives over 1.5 lakh online applications

Delhi University received 1,58,636 online applications till 5 PM on Monday -- the fifth day of the online registration for undergraduate admissions, a university official said.

Now on air: Answers to queries of DU admission seekers

With undergraduate admissions at Delhi University on in full swing, the varsity is using its Community Radio to reach out to admission seekers.

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: Cluster Innovation Centre
DU Admissions: Cluster Innovation Centre

Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC) started in 2011 by University of Delhi is an institute that provides a platform to the young innovators.

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.

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.

Maximum queries for B.El.Ed course at DU's 'Open Day' sessions

The Delhi University on Tuesday said that maximum queries have been received for its B.El.Ed course during the pre-admission counselling session "Open Days" conducted by it in the run up to the admission process beginning on May 28.