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PG courses to start admission from April 1st, Delhi University.

The centralized registration programs for PG course will begin their admission from April 1 to April 30.  The duration for the entrance test will be a month, conducted between June 1 and 30, 2015 as per the DU University . Except for the departments offering inter-disciplinary or professional courses, all the other departments shall have 50% of the total space to fill direct admission by the DU students and the rest through entrance test followed by an interview.  The registration procedure for the admission for postgraduate course was declared by DU on March 19, 2015....

Foreign student numbers shoot up at Delhi University

The foreign student numbers at Delhi University (DU) have shot up in a steady fashion in the last few years, with a marked increase of women students from other countries taking admission in different courses of the varsity. As per data offered by the Foreign Student Registration Office (FSRO) of DU, 1,007 foreign students had enrolled in DU in the 2012-13 academic session and the numbers shot up to 1,184 during 2014-2015. Moreover, during 2011-12, 952 overseas students had joined DU. FSRO is the single window for admission into DU for foreign nationals. DU had seen an increase...

Career of 4K students depend on AICTE approval for DU's B Tech courses

The four-year Bachelor of Technology (B Tech) courses offered by Delhi University (DU) -affiliated colleges are yet to obtain approval from the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), thereby making uncertain the career prospects of around 4,000 students. In 2013 when the Four Year Undergraduate Program (FYUP) of DU was introduced, the Bachelor of Science (BSc) course was renamed B Tech. Although the four-year duration along with the B Tech prefix had the promise of making the courses an easy step towards acquiring an engineering degree, they were not approved by the AICTE....

DU to initiate North East India Studies Program to boost research

The Delhi University (DU) is going to initiate the North East India Studies Program (NEISP) shortly, in a bid to motivate research scholars to study different aspects of north-east India. The new program is expected to start from the next academic session. The research program will be a fully funded one. According to officials associated with NEISP, numerous issues have been raised in the past regarding matters of the north-eastern region. Even experts do not possess sufficient understanding relating to the area and its people. Moreover, research work on related topics is not...

Delhi University registrations for PG courses from April 1-30

The registration process for postgraduate (PG) courses for the 2015-16 academic session at the Delhi University (DU) will be conducted from Wednesday, April 1 to  Thursday, April 30, 2015 . The standing committee of the varsity’s Academic Council approved the admission schedule in a meeting held recently. The registration process will be held online this year. The centralized online registration system was introduced last year at DU. Candidates can access the PG admissions portal of DU for details. In another recent development concerning the varsity, the Ministry...

LSR may offer short-term courses to students of other colleges

Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) under the Delhi University (DU) is planning to offer short-term courses to students of other colleges, according to college officials. LSR is also mulling launching new courses in Liberal Arts as well as Social Sciences at the undergraduate (UG) level. The proposals are awaiting approval from the staff council and governing body. The college aims to be more inclusive and start new courses focusing on skill development, including communication as well as soft skills, the officials added. LSR is well-known for its superior infrastructural...

DU's Faculty of Management Studies gains 100% placement; salaries rise

The Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) of Delhi University (DU) has achieved 100% placement for its students during the final placement session which saw more recruiters participating, with average salaries going up as well. The 217 students of the 2013-15 Master of Business Administration (MBA) batch of 222 who participated in the campus placements received 236 offers from 75 recruiters in diverse roles and sectors. Overall 102 recruiters had confirmed to participate in the placement. The number of Pre-placement Offers (PPOs) increased from 38 last year to 60 this year (58%...

Bar Council proposes closure of DU's law faculty due to irregularities

A panel under the Bar Council of India (BCI) has recently recommended that the Faculty of Law of Delhi University (DU) be closed down, due to various operational irregularities that have been identified. The BCI panel has cited lack of infrastructural facilities among the main reasons for its recommendation. BCI is the regulator of legal education in the country. As per the BCI panel report, the Campus Law Center of DU should be closed down. However, considering the implication of such a closure on the career prospects of students, along with the standing of DU as a leading...

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...

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