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Jun 19, 2017
Delhi University admissions 2017: Mathematics now compulsory for four vocational coursesThe university had, only last year, introduced seven new three-year vocational courses at three colleges.
Jun 17, 2017
Nitesh Banga appointed Global head of RCL and manufacturing of InfosysIT major Infosys on Friday appointed Karmesh Vaswani as the Global Head of Retail, CPG and Logistics (RCL) and Nitesh Banga as Global Head of Manufacturing.
Jun 15, 2017
St Stephen's announces first cut-off list 2017: 98.5% for English, Economics; 97.75% for History and 70 for SanskritAs the date for the first cut-off for undergraduate (merit-based) courses has been postponed to 24 June, Delhi University's St Stephen's released its first cut off list for commerce, science and humanities students.
Jun 14, 2017
Delhi University first cut-off list for admission to be out on 23 JuneDelhi University's first cut-off list will be announced on 23 June evening, after it was deferred for three days from 20 June.
Jun 12, 2017
DU Admission 2017: Online registration for 72 postgraduate courses beginsDelhi University's online registration process for postgraduate, M Phil and PhD courses in 72 different courses began on Monday.
Jun 08, 2017
IIT-Bombay breaks into world's top 200 university rankings; IIT-Delhi emerges top Indian institutionDespite ceding its position over past two years, IISc is still rated the sixth best institution in the world
Jun 07, 2017
DU textbook tells students to write emails like skirts, short enough to be interestingA BCom (Honours) textbook advising students to write emails short enough to be interesting like skirts has created an outrage.
Jun 04, 2017
Delhi e-rickshaw driver killed: Rising mob rage incidents at DU's North campus are a worrying trendPramod, an e-rickshaw driver who knew Ravinder well, said that this isn’t the first time a drunken mob has been on the loose near the North Campus
Jun 03, 2017
India's knowledge superpower dream is dying; bureaucrats are dismantling our higher education systemIndia’s higher education system is undergoing a slow, yet steady dismantling process. Seasoned bureaucrats are removing a host of key subjects from their core bodies to ensure greater acceptability among students.
Jun 01, 2017
Killed over Swachch Bharat? Delhi Police arrests DU student, juvenile aide for lynching e-rickshaw driverDelhi Police has arrested a Delhi University student and detained his juvenile accomplice for lynching an e-rickshaw driver after he objected to them urinating at GTB Metro Station in north Delhi.