Posts by: Madhur Sharma

-May 31, 2018

With professors continuing their anti-autonomy protest, the evaluation process has been stalled and is affecting final year students What is the link between the latest Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) protests and exam paper evaluation? In their latest attempt to draw the attention of the university administration and the University Grants Commission, the teachers have […]

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-May 24, 2018

J&K engineer in Bangladesh, helping Rohingya refugees Jeevanjyot Singh, a 27-year-old mechanical engineer from Jammu, who works as a project manager in a construction company, comes across as just another regular young man. Behind his cheerful demeanour, though, lies a tough volunteer, always willing to work for the welfare of people affected by disasters and […]

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-May 18, 2018

DU’s new syllabus skips one of Indian history’s defining phase, claims varsity’s history student When the Delhi University’s history syllabus was changed mid-semester in 2016, students were assured that changes were minor. It was felt that the changes were restricted to the BA Programme and that honours students would remain unaffected. It’s been more than […]

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-March 30, 2018

UGC and HRD orders that the teachers protesting will affect the student body way more than teachers A five-day strike, an ‘Adhikar Rally’, was called by the Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA), following its general body meeting on March 18. A large number of students lent support to it, while an equal number remained indifferent. The strike […]

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