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 […]


Tooba Towfiq -April 6, 2018

Institutions that have been given autonomy will probably hike fees, taking higher education out of the reach of weaker sections No less than 62 state-funded universities have been given “autonomy”, which might be good for their managements but might cut off easy and affordable access to higher education, especially for students belonging to socially and […]