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Delhi University sets up tech park to support start-ups

The country’s premier Delhi University (DU) has set up a technology park to provide extensive support to various start-up organizations. The unique “Electropreneur Park” will back start-ups in manufacturing and electronic design. It will become fully operational in around a months’ time, as per reports. The incubator has been set up in the south campus of DU, by a consortium consisting of the Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), under the Union Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the India Electronics & Semi Conductors Association...

Deadline for DU colleges to obtain approval for BTech courses extended

The deadline for the Delhi University (DU) -affiliated colleges to obtain approval for the four-year Bachelor of Technology (B Tech) courses has been extended from Friday, February 20 to Friday, February 27, 2015 , according to a recent decision of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The extension has been granted due to several requests received from institutions and associations regarding the same. Hence, the deadline for acceptance of online applications along with the processing fee will be February 27, 2015, as per the AICTE notification. Last week, DU had...

DU colleges running B Tech programs yet to obtain AICTE approval

A total of 24 colleges affiliated to the Delhi University (DU) , which are running the four-year Bachelor of Technology (B Tech) programs, are yet to obtain approval from the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) regarding the same. The B Tech programs were introduced as part of the Four Year Undergraduate Program (FYUP) of DU. The statutory bodies of DU, the Academic as well as the Executive Council, have sought the intervention of the varsity Vice Chancellor (VC) regarding the matter through a written communication. The career prospects of around 6,000 students are at...

MHRD directs DU to promptly implement choice-based credit system

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has directed the Delhi University (DU) to take prompt action to put into practice the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from the coming academic session. As per a written communication from the ministry to the varsity, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has requested for swift action on the implementation of CBCS as well as the Credit Framework for Skill Development (CFSD) from the 2015 academic session. The ministry has also asked DU to provide information on its preparation to implement the CBCS. DU had set up a...

Bar Council nod to DU law graduates to be enrolled as advocates

Candidates who passed out of the Faculty of Law under Delhi University (DU) in 2013-14 can be enrolled as advocates, according to a recent recommendation of the Bar Council of India (BCI). The BCI had earlier in November, 2014 given its green signal for provisional enrollment of new law graduates of DU as advocates. 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 BCI as per a decision taken in September, 2014. The reason for the move was the absence of extension of approval for affiliation...

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...

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