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Delhi University to launch free-of-cost MOOCs this month

The country’s premier Delhi University (DU) will launch a series of free-of-cost Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) this January, joining the league of several other reputed institutes in starting such courses. MOOCs have become a rage globally in the field of higher education, with their interactive mode of learning and easy accessibility. The platform promotes unlimited participation along with open access via web. It breaks free from the formal system of education and offers the opportunity to pursue quality courses from institutes offering them. MOOCs are usually...

University of Delhi Invites Applications for Ph.D in Law Program 2015

Applications are invited by University of Delhi (DU), Delhi for admission to 2 years full time Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) program in Law offered at Faculty of Law for the session 2015. Eligibility Criteria for  University of Delhi: Candidates who have secured 55% marks in LL.M or 60% marks in LL.B program are eligible to apply. How to Apply for  University of Delhi: Candidates can obtain the application form from here . For more details and information on how to apply, please visit their official website . Selection Procedure for  ...

Defense personnel can now pursue research at DU while being employed

Defense personnel can now pursue research at the Delhi University (DU) while being employed in full-time jobs, according to amendments introduced by the varsity recently regarding the norms for research courses. Under the amended rules, scientists as well as professionals employed in defense/space institutions in specific departments will not need to avail study leave to pursue their Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). According to university officials, the amendment allows scientists/professionals exemption from the requirement of study leave and course work, which are preconditions to pursue...

DU's train journey to northeast for experiential learning starts

The train journey conducted by Delhi University (DU) into northeastern India to promote experiential learning has started, with a total of 850 students and around 20 faculty members being part of it. The research trip will cover fieldwork on diverse aspects of all the eight northeastern states - Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura. This is the fifth project under the Gyanodaya scheme of DU. The Gyanodaya Educational Trip of DU is being undertaken as Gyanodaya - V, with the theme of Dharohar: The Glory of the North East. The trip is being...

DU ties up with UGC to use digital database to upload research thesis

The Delhi University (DU) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University Grants Commission (UGC) to use the commission’s digital database, the Shodhganga repository, to upload thesis/dissertations of the research scholars of the varsity. Shodhganga is a project under the UGC-Infonet Digital Library Consortium. It is a digital repository consisting of thesis and dissertations conducted by research scholars of Indian academic institutes. The main objective of the project is to promote the usage of electronic databases as well as complete text access of...

DU modifies nomenclature of 12 degrees to comply with UGC norms

The Delhi University (DU) has modified the nomenclature of a minimum of 12 degrees offered by it, to comply with the norms of the University Grants Commission (UGC). According to a DU notification, the change is being implemented to conform to the list of degrees approved under Section 22 of the UGC Act, 1956. As per the changes, the Master of Comparative Law will now be called LLM (Comparative Law), Master of International Business (MIB) will be called Master of Business Administration (International Business) and Master of Human Resource & Organizational Development (MHROD) has...

Delhi University ties up with NSDC to launch skill-based courses

The Delhi University (DU) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to launch various skill-based courses at the undergraduate (UG) level and other programs of the varsity. The courses will be offered by DU-affiliated colleges, in the form of add-on short-term courses/compulsory courses/long-term UG courses. The MoU will help integrate skill-focused training into the main graduation curriculum. According to DU officials, the partnership will aim to boost the employment opportunities of the students aided by...

St Stephen's College plans to upgrade infrastructure & curriculum

St Stephen’s College , which is affiliated to the Delhi University (DU) , is planning to revise its infrastructure and curriculum in order to support the mounting needs of its students. According to officials of the college, St Stephen’s has one of the biggest campuses among DU colleges which can accommodate 1,200 students. At present, the total land utilization is below 30%. The college intends to make full use of the campus area to boost its facilities. The college will make optimum use of the land in the coming days, in a bid to develop existing facilities and create...

Faculty of Management Studies summer placements see stipends soaring

The summer placement session at the Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) of Delhi University (DU) has witnessed stipends being doubled this year. The top domestic stipend was Rs 2 lakh per month, up from last year’s Rs 1 lakh. The highest international offer was for 500 Kuwaiti Dinar (around Rs 1 lakh). Moreover, all the 219 first-year students of the batch have found placements within three and a half days. According to FMS officials, this year’s summer placements saw around 36 first-time hirers. A majority of the students were offered monthly stipends of an average of...

Bar Council nod to provisional enrollment of DU new law graduates

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has recently given its green signal for provisional enrollment of new law graduates of Delhi University (DU) as advocates. According to the BCI’s written communication to the Delhi Bar Council, the enrolment is being okayed on a provisional basis only. The final decision will only be taken after the BCI and the Legal Education Committee take the final call during a meeting scheduled to take place shortly. DU's law courses conducted at the three centers, namely Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-1 as well as Law Centre-2 had been derecognized by the...

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