02 Jul 2013
It seems tough times lie ahead for those students of Delhi University who have taken admission in more than one college. Usually colleges in DU require students to submit their original certificates at the time of admission.
26 Jun 2014
New Delhi: Ignoring UGC's directive to start the admission process for undergraduate courses on Thursday morning, Delhi University threw the ball back in the Commission's court by sending it a proposal suggested by academicians to resolve the issue.
11 Aug 2014
Hyderabad: Daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and Member of Parliament K Kavitha, has been charged with sedition for saying that Hyderabad, Kashmir were forcibly merged into India. Police have registered a case after a complaint was filed by a Hyderabad based lawyer who also serves as the convener of the BJP's legal cell.
15 Jan 2014
Bhopal: Over 150 students have been suspended by the deans of three medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh for allegedly using ‘unfair means’ to clear Pre-Medical Tests (PMT) conducted between 2006 and 2012 to secure admission to MBBS course.
24 Jun 2014
New Delhi: Falling in line with other Delhi University-affliated colleges, Shri Ram College of Commerce announced that it has deferred its admission process hours after issuing a provisional cut-off list for its undergraduate Commerce course.
12 Aug 2014
New Delhi: All family members will be happy if former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee gets the Bharat Ratna, his niece Karuna Shukla has said.
23 Jun 2014
New Delhi: The standing committee set up by the University Grants Commission will meet on Monday to advise Delhi University on whether to scrap the four-year under-graduate programme or revert to the three-year course, said a committee member.
11 Jul 2014
Chennai: At least 2,176 of the total 5,980 seats in polytechnic colleges in Tamil Nadu are lying vacant this academic year, Higher Education Minister P Palaniappan informed the state Assembly on Friday.
23 Jun 2014
New Delhi: The prestigious St Stephen's College announced that it will defer its final admission process in the wake of UGC's directive to Delhi University to roll back its four-year undergraduate programme.
01 Jul 2014
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday disposed of as ‘infructuous’ a PIL before it for restoration of the three-year degree courses in Delhi University as the varsity recently scrapped the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) as per the directions of UGC.