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#CAB2019: Why students across the country are coming together to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Bill
Many student bodies also issued statements against the Bill prior to its passing but many came out to the roads today, to show their disapproval of the Bill.
About her quitting the ABVP, Raisha Tabass, the now former general secretary said that she 'could never accept something that was against Assam'.
The DUTA said that the fact that the university is giving out "piecemeal" instructions instead of a complete proposal with suitable modifications to the Academic Calendar has added to uncertainties
It has had its share of criticism and it's share of appreciation but what do the students and teachers who belong to the system think about this list.
Due to the limited availability of affordable hostels for students in colleges and universities, students are more often than not compelled to opt for rented accommodations
The fight has been on for two months now. It is certain that the students are exhausted with the requests falling on deaf ears but they clearly aren't in the mood to back off
#StudentsLivesMatters trends on Twitter: Students condemn MHA, UGC decision to conduct final year exams
The MHA, in a letter to the Union Higher Education Secretary, said that final term examinations are to be compulsorily conducted as per the UGC Guidelines
#StudentsLivesMatters: Students plan four-day protest against UGC's decision to conduct exams during pandemic
The government has, in the past, not been very favourable towards accepting terms of protestors but the students say it is their right and they have to listen
The Delhi University Teachers' Association called for a complete shutdown of the university on January 8 and 9. Here are the key takeaways from the strike
Within 10 minutes of the opening of online registrations for admission to Delhi University, there were 200 entries. The most demanding courses were BCom and BA (Hons) English
2018 was the year of solid dissent as far as colleges were concerned. We've listed the protests, the people, the campus politics and all the things that rocked our colleges
2700 staff from 12 colleges might not get paid this month as Delhi University and AAP government lock horns over governing bodies
These 12 colleges, fully funded by the Delhi government, are facing a severe financial crunch and finding it difficult to pay salaries and develop infrastructure
Presidency College, Chennai, managed to move two ranks upward, by securing the third position in the list. Colleges in TN have done it again
The teachers' association spoke to 705 ad hoc teachers and found out that while four per cent of them had to lose jobs
A battle won, a war to win: 1 of 5 DU girls hostels extend curfew till midnight. Will others follow suit?
The final decision about the NESHW curfew timings will be discussed in a managing body meeting which will have professors and relevant authorities
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