Anyone watching? A number of private institutes have collaborated with foreign universities to offer joint degrees not recognised by India’s top educational regulatory bodies
In its response to an RTI application filed by HT’s Jeevan Prakash Sharma, the University Grants Commission had no information to share on approvals for collaborations between Indian and international institutes.
Pay for changing streams: Cut-off scores are soaring over 100% in some Delhi University colleges because of a 2.5% penalty imposed on students who opt for courses they did not study in school
College life has no meaning without those mandatory hours spent in the canteens, gossipping and eating.
Students’ diaries: DU’s all about struggling to get a seat, but once you’re there, it can be a lot of fun and for some a home away from home
As we enter the second week of this edition, which also coincides with the second week of Delhi University admissions, we present a brief overview of our first experiences at DU.
Every day the world’s population increases by 2,33,000 people, growing from 7.2 billion people today to more than 9 billion by 2050, according to estimates by the United Nations.
Loyola College: One of the oldest colleges in the country, this institute believes in preparing students from across streams not just for great careers, but for improving the lives of others too.
Big data is watching you! Each time you go to a website, every minute you spend on the Internet, you are being monitored. In fact, a huge amount of data is captured and analysed every second.
The controversy surrounding the All-India Pre-Medical/Dental Test (AIPMT) has affected the aspirants in many ways.
Officials of the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2015 met CBSE officials in the Capital on June 25, 2015 to discuss and finalise the revised schedule of admission activities for JoSAA 2015.
In the year 2011, while participating in the International Camp of Young Environmentalists at Azerbaijan, I realised that the general public’s awareness of technologies is close to nil.
College days Nobody can forget the butterflies-in-your-stomach feeling on the first day of college, the societies one was actively involved in, the friendships made and the classes one bunked
Top favourite colleges: Hindu, Hansraj, St Stephen’s, Shri Ram College of Commerce and Lady Shri Ram are on top of the list of colleges preferred by young people, an HT Education survey reveals
The Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities, Delhi University, is inviting applications for its bachelor of management studies (BMS), bachelor of business administration (financial investment analysis) and BA (hons) business economics programmes.