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Dance like DU: Delhi Universities societies unplugged

If dancing is your passion and strength, then you should consider joining the western dance society of your college. Not only is dancing a perfect way to keep yourself fit, but its also one of the best way to express yourself.

95 percent schools don't comply with RTE guidelines: Study

Over two years after the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE) was notified by the central government, more than 95 percent of schools in the country do not comply with its guidelines, a study by an NGO has found.

Delhi government plans to hire 1,000 Urdu teachers

The Delhi government plans to appoint around 1,000 Urdu teachers , an official said Monday.

College students’ car-nama

KJ Somaiya kids design a racecar, to compete in Germany against mean machines produced by 80 colleges from around world

UP students to get free laptops, computer tablets

The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to give free laptops and computer tablets to students in the the state who pass the high school and intermediate examinations in 2012. The beneficiaries would include students passing...

Get your DU basics right!

As you get ready to become a part of Delhi University, we give you an informal introduction to the campus

DU gets buzzing

A lot of excitement, confusion and tension was witnessed on Tuesday as the much awaited first cut-off list of Delhi University (DU) was declared.

Happening hotspots for DU students

We take a walk down the markets close to South, West and East campus that are a hit with Delhi University students.

DU officials say no 100 percent cut-off this time

"Although the cut-off is expected to rise again due to the students' performance in the board exams, I can assure the students that it won't go to 100 percent this year," the university's Dean for Student Welfare, J.M. Khurana said.

IGNOU online course on sustainable science

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has started its admission process for an online diploma course in sustainable science, an official said on Tuesday.

Admission software hacked, medical student tells court

The Supreme Court Tuesday was told by a petitioner that the software developed by the National Informatics Centre (NIC) for online counselling and admission to post-graduate medical courses was not foolproof and prone to hacking.

UP varsity gets own weather station

The Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (BBAU) here in the Uttar Pradesh capital has launched its own automatic weather station that would provide round-the-clock weather forecasts, an official said.

Yale names IIM, Ahmedabad almunus to top post

The prestigious Yale School of Management has appointed Indian American professor Anjani Jain as senior associate dean for the full-time MBA programme as part of the school's expansion programme.

'India should set up own universities with foreign collaboration'

India should set up more of its own higher education institutions with foreign collaboration rather than foreign institutions setting up their campuses here, said Professor Eric Thomas, president, Universities UK - the representative organisation of the British Universities.

200 ancient forts found in Chinese mountains

In a discovery that has baffled Chinese archaeologists, more than 200 ancient fortresses have been found in a mountainous region in the northern part of the country.
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