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DU’s decision to conduct online exams saw overnight vandalism on the campus with roadside signages, bus stops, etc getting spray painted with protest slogans.

Student lives matter: DU students say no to exams amid Covid-19

Hindustan Times | By Aprajita Sharad, New Delhi
UPDATED ON JUL 16, 2020 09:13 PM IST
After a bitter experience with online mock exams, DU students are protesting online vigorously against the varsity’s insistence to conduct exams.
While binge watching on OTT platforms is the favourite pass time of most youngsters, the cooking challenge has made them take a break from screen time and get involved in cooking for the household.(Getty Images)
While binge watching on OTT platforms is the favourite pass time of most youngsters, the cooking challenge has made them take a break from screen time and get involved in cooking for the household.(Getty Images)

Quarantine makes cooking cool for men

Hindustan Times | By Kritika Sehgal
UPDATED ON APR 14, 2020 06:19 PM IST
The ongoing lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic has turned a lot of us into culinary enthusiasts and some have even started enjoying the joys of being in the kitchen.
In order to tackle rising stress among students, Delhi University’s Ramanujan College is offering a free six-month certificate course for students on happiness.(Sanchit Khanna/HT File)
In order to tackle rising stress among students, Delhi University’s Ramanujan College is offering a free six-month certificate course for students on happiness.(Sanchit Khanna/HT File)

Ramanujan College offers 6-month course in happiness

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 20, 2019 11:09 AM IST
In order to tackle rising stress among students, Delhi University’s Ramanujan College is offering a free six-month certificate course for students on happiness. The course will be provided by the college’s School of Happiness, which was inaugurated last year.
The Bachelor of Vocational Degree (B Voc) programme is currently being offered at three DU colleges.(Saumya Khandelwal/HT File Photo)
The Bachelor of Vocational Degree (B Voc) programme is currently being offered at three DU colleges.(Saumya Khandelwal/HT File Photo)

Students of DU vocational courses can opt out after completing first, second year with degrees

New Delhi, Hindustan Times | By Heena Kausar
UPDATED ON JUN 16, 2018 09:40 AM IST
Under the six skill-based courses, students will have the flexibility to opt out after completing the first or the second year with diploma and advance diploma degrees respectively. They will also be allowed to rejoin the courses and complete their degree.
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