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Harvard features Delhi’s Happiness Curriculum in International Education Week

According to Hindustan Times, Manish Sisodia, Delhi's education minister, was invited as a guest speaker on an online panel discussion on the happiness curriculum of the Delhi government by the Harvard Graduate...

Shaheed Sukhdev College: Teachers on Hunger Strike Against Non-Payment of Salaries

University of Delhi: In further development to the ongoing scuffle between the University colleges and the Delhi Government, the teachers at the Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies observed a hunger strike...

DUTA Strike and The Plight Of Unpaid Teachers

The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) had announced a 3-day strike against the state government on Wednesday the 16th. The issue with which they kicked-off the strike was the alleged non-payment of...

Sisodia Claims Audit Shows Misappropriation of Funds by Four DU Colleges

Delhi University has come under the panel of discussion again for improper payment of salaries to their staff. The Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, had ordered a special audit to...

Delhi “State University” Exams Cancelled, Says Manish Sisodia

Manish Sisodia, not long ago, on his twitter handle, notified the citizens that the Delhi Government has decided to cancel the Delhi State University examinations including the final year examinations. This decision of...

Deputy CM Orders Audit of Delhi University’s Bhagini Nivedita College

The Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia asked the Directorate of Higher Education to conduct a financial audit of the accounts of the Bhagini Nivedita College after he had received complaints of...

12 DU Colleges Might Not Be Able To Pay Salaries To Staff Members Due To The Rift Between University & Delhi Government

According to a report published by India Today, 12 colleges of the Delhi University might not be able to pay their teaching and non-teaching staff members.The reason for the delay is the...

Delhi College Alleged to Create Hindu-Muslim Divide On Cow Slaughter In Law Exam;Why Politicizing A Sensitive Question Is So Wrong

There's a reason a society stagnates in terms of intellectual growth. And that is because we fail to create room for meaningful discussions. Our mindset propels us to not wander on territories...
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