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Delhi university puts on hold proposal to include Chetan Bhagat book, Facebook post writing in curriculum
The proposal by Delhi University's English department to include author Chetan Bhagat's novels in the literature curriculum and introduce a course on writing Facebook posts has hit a roadblock.
Debate on inclusion of Chetan Bhagat book in syllabus is about institutional responsibility, procedure: DU professor
The latest addition to the many voices being raised on the Chetan Bhagat's book comes from a DU professor who took to decrypt the confused debate around the book's inclusion in the syllabus.
Chetan Bhagat's book in Delhi University syllabus: Does Five Point Someone qualify as good literature?
Chetan Bhagat has reason to be delighted. His book, Five Point Someone, will soon be part of the English literature syllabus in Delhi University in the Popular Fiction category.
The Delhi University is now planning to teach its English literature students "how to write Facebook posts".
Chetan Bhagat's first and bestselling novel Five Point Someone will now be a part of the English literature syllabus in the University of Delhi.
The biggest selling Indian novelist in history or a literary pariah? Chetan Bhagat discusses his new book, his response to critics and more in this week's edition of First Lady with Meghna Pant.
Bestselling author Chetan Bhagat Bhagat, who has often been the target of social media trolls, feels Twitter has become a "graveyard of bullies".
Author Chetan Bhagat on Thursday described his book "Half Girlfriend" as a work of fiction and ridiculed allegations that its contents had insulted the former kingdom of Dumraon in Bihar.
I can dispassionately talk about it. It cannot bother me enough to disrupt me. But in the initial stages there were real moments of doubt," Bhagat, 40, told Reuters in an interview.
"I know that I am not the best writer in India, but I am the bestselling writer because I write for the people of my country," says Chetan Bhagat.
Chetan Bhagat took a step ahead and sought his fans' advice on the appropriateness of launching a political career.