Shradha Chettri was part of Hindustan Times’ nationwide network of correspondents that brings news, analysis and information to its readers. She no longer works with the Hindustan Times.
Articles by Shradha Chettri
The Delhi University notice prohibits eating, sleeping, bullying or any other indecent behaviour in the common room, and warns of disciplinary against those violating the rules.
HIndustan Times | ByShradha Chettri
Residents listed basic amenities such as sanitation, water supply, sewerage, dangling electric wires and dust pollution as some of the issues which they battle on a daily basis.
Hindustan Times | ByShradha Chettri and Abhinav Rajput, New Delhi
According to new rules in DU’s Ramjas College, no functions will be allowed in the campus after 4pm. The new rules also ban use of loud speakers and DJs during college events like farewell or fresher’s party.
The chairman of St Stephen’s governing council has asked the principal to proceed with the application for autonomy to the college, according to a letter circulated among teachers.
As Delhi saw its hottest April day in seven years on Tuesday, students of St Stephen’s College complained that the administration had asked them not to use air conditioners in classrooms, libraries or computers centres.
IIT Delhi hostel issued a circular informing the women inmates about the House Day on April 20, which they should attend in “decent” western or Indian dresses.
Hindustan Times | ByShradha Chettri & Heena Kausar, New Delhi
Parents blamed the confusion on the online admission process. The Delhi government had launched online admissions to its schools this year.
There are around 50 other people living in east Delhi and admitted in different private schools in the area, where children have been going to schools without books.
HIndustan Times | ByShradha Chettri, New Delhi
Officiating principal of Delhi University’s Hans Raj College, Rama Sharma, said that the portion of ceiling collapsed because of the cracks that have developed.
The teachers and students described the Class 12 CBSE Biology paper as tricky and moderately difficult. However one question about cremation practices in the paper led to people questioning the HRD minister.
JNUSU president Mohit Pandey and other union members had dismantled the camera at Brahmaputra hostel on Friday to protest a recently imposed “surveillance rule”.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) teachers association has said that cuts in the number of seats in MPhil/PhD seats in colleges affiliated to the varsity are unconstitutional.
Roads broken, toilets missing, garbage raising a stink - residents of 295 unauthorised colonies say South Delhi Municipal Corporation has done little to improve their living conditions despite repeated pleas
There will be no fee hike at over 300 private schools located on Delhi government land when the new academic session begins in April, a circular issued by the education department on March 27 has stated.
African students in Greater Noida stay away from public places, colleges; MEA calls assault ‘deplorable’
Fear and anger gripped the African student community on Tuesday despite increased police presence, the Centre’s promise of swift action and more arrests in the violence against Nigerians in Greater Noida a day earlier.
Hindustan Times | ByVaibhav Jha & Shradha Chettri, Greater Noida/new Delhi
Despite starting smart classes and an increase in the teacher-student ratio, learning levels at schools run by Delhi’s municipal corporations remain poor. Enrolment rate shows a decline over the last five years.
Delhi University had to return Rs 108 crore to University Grants Commission as it could not spend it. Now, it has Rs 151 crore more to use by March 31. It’s clearly looking for ideas.
The admission process for MPhil and PhD programmes in the Jawaharlal Nehru University began Tuesday with reduced number of seats in line with UGC guidelines.
Students found the CBSE Class 12 Business Studies paper to be tricky and slightly lengthy. However, the paper was easier than last year.
The Delhi government provides free textbooks to students between Nursery to Class 8. From Classes 9-12, the government gives money to buy textbook and provides supporting texts. While several books have blank pages, in others, photos are unrecognisable.
Delhi government has allocated Rs 11,300 crore for education in its budget for 2017-18. Deputy CM says education is a priority for AAP government.
An English professor at Ram Lal Anand College, Saibaba (49), was on Tuesday convicted along with five others under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). He was first arrested in 2014 for alleged Maoist links. He was then suspended from service.
A student or a parent has to register through their mobile number to receive an OTP (one-time password) number. The OTP will help log into the centre locator app.
The university decided to launch additional courses in some of its 63 affiliated colleges from this academic session, after its executive council approved on February 28 a proposal for introduction of new subjects.
Atul Arora, 17, was riding a scooter when he was allegedly knocked down by a speeding Mercedes in the Paschim Vihar area of Delhi, the latest in a series of hit-and-run accidents in the national capital. He was allegedly riding without helmet and licence, police say
Hindustan Times | ByShradha Chettri and Shiv Sunny, New Delhi
Delhi University students march from Mandi House to Parliament against alleged hooliganism by ABVP at Ramjas college and to assert academic freedom.
Hindustan Times | ByShradha Chettri and Ananya Bhardwaj, New Delhi
Students, teachers and Left-leaning student groups of Delhi University will march from Mandi House to Parliament Street on Saturday afternoon.
The Shri Aurobindo Education Society is in possession of total 30 acres of land at Aurobindo Marg in South Delhi.