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Should You Take A Gap Year? The Concept Of Gap Year

The class of 2020 is considered to be one of the unluckiest class of all time. From not being able to spend the last couple of days on campus/school to not having...

DU Issues Guidelines for OBEs to be Held in December

DU released guidelines for the upcoming OBEs in December on 18th November, 2020. The examinations for the semester III/V/VII along with the essential repeaters of I/III/V semester, improvement cases and the Ex-students...

DU Admissions 2020: 4th Cut-Off List Released

The University of Delhi released its fourth cut-off list for UG courses on October 31, Saturday evening. The admission procedure will be held from November 2 to November 4. The cut-off is...

Students Face Discrepancies While Filling the DU Examination Form

According to the latest notice released by the University of Delhi, the semester end examinations for UG students will start from December 12. The varsity has decided to conduct Open Book Examinations...

MY CREATIVE SLOWDOWN: EXPERIENCES WITH WRITER’S BLOCK

Next to the fogged-up windows inside my head, lies a little wooden chest. It’s filled up to the brim with what one would regard as creative concepts, and, more often than not,...

Unlock 4: Here’s How Schools Shall Be Reopened in Different States

Following the nationwide lockdown since March, schools and colleges which have been shut in the country. This has led to education being completely shifted to the digital realm with the beginning of...

Body Shaming: Students share their experience

Body Shaming is something that all of us might have experienced at one point or another. And to be honest we might have been a perpetrator of it too—unknowingly or knowingly. What has...

Protests On Social Media Spark Against The Conduct Of JEE And NEET Exams

With less than 15 days left for the JEE and NEET exams, demands for their postponement have hit the skies on Twitter. #SATYAGRAH_AgainstExamsInCovid trends on Twitter as students from different parts of...
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DU Awards ‘Digital Degrees’ to Nearly 1.8 Lakh Students

The Delhi University (DU) on Saturday became the first institution in the country to award "Digital Degrees" to its 1,78,719 students during its 97th...

Minister Of Loneliness: A Japanese Masterplan

In the light of mental health awareness, Japan has appointed its first minister for loneliness this month after the country's suicide rate increased for...

Experiments With Tea: Success Story of Chaayos

A cup of tea may cost 10 rupees but it has the power to build a sustainable and successful business. Knowing this, and to...