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DUTA has urged the administration to resolve the "anomalies of the 7th Pay Commission" and release pending arrears. Only the ABVP stayed away from the protest
The MoU requires universities to continually increase the ration of internal (self-generated) financial resource to total expenditure through fee hike, shift to revenue earning commercial courses
Could the first Dalit professor in line to be Hindi HOD at Delhi University in 70 years be overlooked?
On October 7, students and teachers from the Hindi Department at Delhi University took out a march to protest against the delay in the appointment of a Head of Department.
The All India Students' Association (AISA) is contesting 10 councillor posts whereas last year it had contested on two posts, both of which it had won
Delhi University's Arts Faculty will witness two protests on Saturday, half an hour apart, organised by the right and the left
Raven tells us the story of a Dalit father who is searching for his son, who was abducted for living his life a certain way. We catch up with its creator
Aishe was elected the President of the JNU Student Union this year and the whole process had its own share of drama. Will she get to lead from the front?
The Delhi University Students' Union election 2019 started at 9.30 am on September 12. Out of the 16 candidates in the fray, there were only four women in contention
A third-year LLB student in Delhi University's Campus Law Centre, Lamba defeated ABVP's Yogit Rathi by 1053 votes
The ABVP appointed class in-charge for each course of all 51 DUSU-affiliated colleges
The counting was supposed to start at 8.30 am but began after almost a two-hour delay. While officials said the candidates came late, students said that it was entirely because of tech glitches
Over 1.3 lakh students are eligible to cast their vote. The university's North campus recorded 38 per cent voter turnout across 17 booths
DUSU Elections: They escorted ABVP candidate to the booth and assaulted me, says NSUI's Abhishek Chaprana
The NSUI candidate said that the whole ordeal went on for two hours and he was only allowed to go inside the booth for five minutes
Congress-affiliated National Students' Union of India claimed its joint secretary candidate Abhishek Chaprana was denied entry to polling booths in Dayal Singh College in south Delhi
Established in 1922, the University of Delhi started with just three colleges and 750 students but has since grown into a behemoth that has some of India's best regarded colleges
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