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Hindu College alumni donate funds for setting up multimedia studio

The studio will be set up in the new Research Block in the College, a statement from the Old Students' Association (OSA) of the college said.
Hindu College alumni donates funds for setting up multimedia studio. (Photo: Sonu Mehta/HT)
Hindu College alumni donates funds for setting up multimedia studio. (Photo: Sonu Mehta/HT)
Published on Sep 27, 2021 02:47 PM IST
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COVID-19: Hindu College alumni provide over 13 lakh to help students

To offset the challenges of online classes and providing learning aids to the students, the OSA is also in the process of procuring used laptops in working condition and will be distributing them among needy students.
The Old Students Association (OSA) of Hindu College in New Delhi has disbursed grants worth over <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>13 lakh to students of their alma mater who are facing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.(HT file)
The Old Students Association (OSA) of Hindu College in New Delhi has disbursed grants worth over 13 lakh to students of their alma mater who are facing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.(HT file)
Published on Jan 27, 2021 05:22 PM IST
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DU societies: Perform, record, send your clip to be campus cool virtually

Delhi Universities students share how cultural societies are adopting a virtual mode, auditions getting somewhat delayed due to exams, yet creating a stir due to high enthusiasm of freshers.
Auditions for various societies used to be held with great fervour on campus in pre-Covid times. This year, these are being hosted online.(Photo: Sushil Kumar/HT)
Auditions for various societies used to be held with great fervour on campus in pre-Covid times. This year, these are being hosted online.(Photo: Sushil Kumar/HT)
Updated on Dec 09, 2020 12:50 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByAprajita Sharad, New Delhi

An eye out for birds

Musician Manta Sidhu takes up the cause of fostering birds that need help, and tells you why you should too!
(From left) Manta Sindhu with a juvenile female Asian koel, that came with paralysed legs; Prepping a yellow-footed green juvenile pigeon for its surgery; Rescued Alexandrine parakeet and blue rock pigeon at foster homes in Delhi-NCR
(From left) Manta Sindhu with a juvenile female Asian koel, that came with paralysed legs; Prepping a yellow-footed green juvenile pigeon for its surgery; Rescued Alexandrine parakeet and blue rock pigeon at foster homes in Delhi-NCR
Updated on Dec 06, 2020 08:16 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByKarishma Kuenzang

Hindu college alumni to provide grants to needy meritorious students

The move comes against the backdrop of financial hardships being faced by students due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A View of Hindu College at Delhi University in New Delhi.(Sonu Mehta/ Hindustan Times)
A View of Hindu College at Delhi University in New Delhi.(Sonu Mehta/ Hindustan Times)
Updated on Nov 29, 2020 01:11 PM IST
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New Delhi | ByPress Trust of India| Posted by Akhilesh Nagari

Digital freshers’ party rocks DU campus, Hindu College makes first move

Delhi University students are taking the virtual route to host and enjoy freshers’ parties off campus, during the pandemic.
Delhi University freshers are gung ho about freshers’ parties that are being conducted digitally instead of being organised on campus, like pre-Covid times.(Photo:Manoj Verma/HT (Photo for representational purpose only))
Delhi University freshers are gung ho about freshers’ parties that are being conducted digitally instead of being organised on campus, like pre-Covid times.(Photo:Manoj Verma/HT (Photo for representational purpose only))
Updated on Nov 25, 2020 02:52 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByAprajita Sharad, New Delhi

Delhi’s top debaters make mark on the biggest stage

The event, which was organised in Delhi-NCR for the first time, saw eight finalists from various Delhi colleges pitted against each other and showcased the importance of debate in strengthening a democracy.
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(HT photo)
Updated on Oct 21, 2020 06:50 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByHT Correspondents

Delhi University witnesses few admissions on Day 1, enrolment likely to increase today

According to the data provided by the university, as many as 19,086 students had applied for 70,000 undergraduate seats across 60 colleges by 8pm on Monday
Representational Photo.(HT Archive)
Representational Photo.(HT Archive)
Updated on Oct 13, 2020 10:38 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, Delhi | ByHT Correspondent | Edited by Zara Khan

DU switches to online admission process, less than 5% applications process on day 1

Only 920 students managed to complete formalities on the first day of admissions under the first cut-off list at Delhi University (DU) colleges on Monday.
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Updated on Oct 13, 2020 10:26 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByKainat Sarfaraz and Fareeha Iftikhar

Delhi University first cut-off list for UG courses released; LSR pegs score at 100% for 3 courses

Delhi University announced its first cut-off list for undergraduate admission on Saturday with Lady Shri Ram College pegging the score at 100% for three Honours courses.
A shot of first year students at DU day 1 last year.(Amal KS/HT Photo)
A shot of first year students at DU day 1 last year.(Amal KS/HT Photo)
Updated on Oct 11, 2020 07:23 PM IST
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New Delhi | ByPress Trust of India

Delhi University’s first cut-off list likely to be released today: All you need to know

This year, in the wake of the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown in March and the subsequent delay in board exams and their results, the admission process has been pushed to November
Representative Photo.
Representative Photo.
Updated on Oct 10, 2020 10:52 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent | Edited by Prerna Madan

DU degree awaited: Students take up part-time creative jobs

Delhi University students who are awaiting their degrees, have started taking up part-time creative jobs from fashion blogging to painting.
College students are converting their passions into careers to earn some bucks during the pandemic.(PHOTO: Shutterstock)
College students are converting their passions into careers to earn some bucks during the pandemic.(PHOTO: Shutterstock)
Updated on Sep 05, 2020 08:59 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByAprajita Sharad, New Delhi

DU online classes: OTT surfing, meme-making, snacking... all that happens BTS

Delhi University students say that when bored from virtual classrooms, they have all the freedom to do things that weren’t possible in physical classes before.
Delhi University students share how they are coping with online classes in the new semester.(Photo: Twitter)
Delhi University students share how they are coping with online classes in the new semester.(Photo: Twitter)
Published on Sep 02, 2020 01:46 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByAprajita Sharad

Unlock campus fashion: Students prep to unleash their vogue for session 2020

Be it freshers or seniors, most college students are out and about shopping for a wardrobe that can rock their campus look
Youngsters wearing protective masks shop at Janpath Market to get some fashionable outfits.(Photo: Burhaan Kinu/HT)
Youngsters wearing protective masks shop at Janpath Market to get some fashionable outfits.(Photo: Burhaan Kinu/HT)
Updated on Jul 26, 2020 06:55 PM IST
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Hindiustan Times | ByAprajita Sharad, New Delhi

Delhi University cutoffs likely to be higher this time

DU Cutoff 2020: With almost double the number of students scoring above 95 per cent in the CBSE Board results this year, the Delhi University cutoffs are also likely to be high this year.
DU Admissions 2020(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
DU Admissions 2020(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jul 14, 2020 10:40 AM IST
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New Delhi | ByPress Trust of India| Posted by Nandini

Ashish Vidyarthi, says he had a ‘I deserve more’ syndrome

Actor Ashish Vidyarthi speaks on finding a new leash of life after becoming a motivational speaker, his journey, and more.
Actor Ashish Vidyarthi uses elements of theatre, his experience as an actor in his motivational talks.
Actor Ashish Vidyarthi uses elements of theatre, his experience as an actor in his motivational talks.
Updated on Jul 05, 2019 03:49 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByNaina Arora, New Delhi

On Day 1 of second list admissions, DU’s off campus colleges see heavier footfall

In Sri Venkateswara College, one of the most popular colleges in south campus, around 170 students took admissions Thursday taking the total number of admissions to 439.
Students fill their admission forms for the new academic session as Delhi University released its second cut off list, at Kamla Nehru College, in New Delhi, India, on Thursday(Sanchit Khanna/HT PHOTO)
Students fill their admission forms for the new academic session as Delhi University released its second cut off list, at Kamla Nehru College, in New Delhi, India, on Thursday(Sanchit Khanna/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jul 05, 2019 10:02 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByFareeha Iftikhar and Kainat Sarfaraz, New Delhi

DU 2nd cut-off: Political Science, English admissions close

Though the admission in B.A.(Hons) Economics was open in most of the colleges, the cut-offs might not be pleasant for students as Ramjas College and Hansraj announced 98 per cent cut-off for admission into the course, while Hindu College announced the cut-off as 98.25 per cent for the same course.
(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
Published on Jul 04, 2019 01:45 PM IST
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New Delhi | ByIndo Asian News Service

Around 32% seats in undergraduate courses filled so far, number likely to go up today

University officials said around 19,886 students had taken admissions till Monday night. This is more than last year when nearly 25% seats were filled after the first list.
DU Admissions 2019(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
DU Admissions 2019(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jul 02, 2019 09:35 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

9,196 enrol with DU in two days; for some courses students exceed number of seats

Despite announcing the highest cut-offs for BA (Hons) in Political Science (99%) across all courses, Hindu College witnessed over-admission for the course till Saturday.
Students stand in a queue during the admission process as the first cut off list of the Delhi University (DU) admissions is released, at Miranda House College, North Campus, in New Delhi(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
Students stand in a queue during the admission process as the first cut off list of the Delhi University (DU) admissions is released, at Miranda House College, North Campus, in New Delhi(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jul 01, 2019 07:31 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByFareeha Iftikhar

Even with highest cut-off of 99%, Hindu College’s Political Science seats are almost full

On Friday morning, several candidates, along with their parents and guardians were seen visiting the DU colleges throughout the day. The turnout was especially high at North Campus colleges, as well as at the South Campus Lady Shri Ram College.
DU Admissions 2019(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
DU Admissions 2019(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jun 30, 2019 07:45 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByFareeha Iftikhar and Kainat Sarfaraz

Humanities most sought-after course in Delhi University, cut-off soars again

Teachers across colleges also said that Delhi University’s reputation, less fee and the high number of colleges it offers is among the many reasons why students apply for these courses.
Students at DU’s Miranda House College, June 28, 2019. Delhi University had received around 5.19 lakh applications for English, Political Science, History, and BA Programme course.(Raj K Raj / HT Photo)
Students at DU’s Miranda House College, June 28, 2019. Delhi University had received around 5.19 lakh applications for English, Political Science, History, and BA Programme course.(Raj K Raj / HT Photo)
Updated on Jun 28, 2019 11:00 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

DU’s first cut-off list out, Hindu highest with 99%; admissions begin on Friday

The highest cut-off this year has been announced by Hindu College for BA (hons) in Political Science at 99%.
Political Science is the second most applied for course in Delhi University this year, with 1,30,240 candidates vying for 3,243 seats across all colleges.(Sonu Mehta/Hindustan Times)
Political Science is the second most applied for course in Delhi University this year, with 1,30,240 candidates vying for 3,243 seats across all colleges.(Sonu Mehta/Hindustan Times)
Updated on Jun 28, 2019 10:41 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByFareeha Iftikhar and Kainat Sarfaraz

In a first, Hindu College to open doors for women’s basketball

College principal Anju Srivastava said the institute this year is offering more games to women students at the competitive level.
For the first time ever, the college will conduct admissions and trials for women who opt for basketball under the sports quota this year.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
For the first time ever, the college will conduct admissions and trials for women who opt for basketball under the sports quota this year.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Published on Jun 08, 2019 03:25 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

Women’s Day: This single mother is all the vision her visually impaired kids need

Mamta Saun, a single mother, educated herself to part ways with her husband; and has also educated her visually impaired kids. One of her children is preparing for IAS now.
Mamta Saun, 42-year-old single mother, is an inspiration for many who have differently abled kids.
Mamta Saun, 42-year-old single mother, is an inspiration for many who have differently abled kids.
Updated on Mar 08, 2019 12:16 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByRuchika Garg, New Delhi

Pitrasatta Se Aazadi: Protesters take over V-Tree puja, manage to dampen celebrations

A tussle between some students of Hindu College wishing to continue the Virgin Tree puja and those opposing it broke out at the college on Valentine’s Day
Scenes from teh V-Tree puja at Hindu College.(Sarang Gupta/HT Photo)
Scenes from teh V-Tree puja at Hindu College.(Sarang Gupta/HT Photo)
Published on Feb 15, 2019 01:56 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByAditya Dogra, New Delhi

DU students call for end to Hindu College’s customary ‘virgin tree’ puja

The ritual is believed to bring ‘good luck’ with the students who participate in it ‘falling in love within the next six months and losing their virginity in the next one year’.
Every year on February 14, Valentine’s Day, students from Hindu College’s boys’ hostel flock around the Virgin Tree (V-shaped tree) on the college campus. They worship a Bollywood female actor as Damdami Mai (goddess), with her poster stuck to the tree. Last year actor Ranveer Singh and Jacqueline Fernandez were labelled ‘Love Guru’ and ‘Damdami Mai’ respectively.(Sourced)
Every year on February 14, Valentine’s Day, students from Hindu College’s boys’ hostel flock around the Virgin Tree (V-shaped tree) on the college campus. They worship a Bollywood female actor as Damdami Mai (goddess), with her poster stuck to the tree. Last year actor Ranveer Singh and Jacqueline Fernandez were labelled ‘Love Guru’ and ‘Damdami Mai’ respectively.(Sourced)
Updated on Feb 11, 2019 04:36 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByFareeha Iftikhar

With the list of DUSU candidates out, DU students rejoice there’ll be more freebies

It might not be ethical, but it’s the common practice. We look into the ‘promotion’ culture of DUSU elections
A shot from last year’s Delhi University Students Union Election held at the North Campus.(Sushil Kumar/HT PHOTO)
A shot from last year’s Delhi University Students Union Election held at the North Campus.(Sushil Kumar/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Sep 10, 2018 12:55 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByAditya Dogra and Mahir Amir, New Delhi

Cosplay is Delhi University’s popular pick for fresher parties this season

It’s all about capes, costumes and props as Cosplay takes over DU’s college and department fresher parties.
Madonna, a fresher from the Sociology department of Hindu College dressed up as Chulbuli Pandey, her spin on Salman Khan’s character Chulbul Pandey from Dabangg.
Madonna, a fresher from the Sociology department of Hindu College dressed up as Chulbuli Pandey, her spin on Salman Khan’s character Chulbul Pandey from Dabangg.
Updated on Sep 07, 2018 12:16 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByAditya Dogra and Mahir Amir, New Delhi

Raksha Bandhan 2018: Delhi University boys say ‘Thank God It’s Sunday’

Some college students are very happy that the Raksha Bandhan 2018 is on a Sunday, and they don’t have to make excuse to bunk college to avoid getting bro-zoned.
A girl ties rakhi to a college friend.
A girl ties rakhi to a college friend.
Updated on Aug 26, 2018 04:12 PM IST
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