What top companies are expecting from their future employees?

What top companies are expecting from their future employees?   With the Placement season ahead, students are undergoing a lot of pressure and anxiety. Different companies has started recruiting the capable one for various profiles of their companies. Here are the qualities, these high tech companies notices in their future employees.   Confidene One of […]

What’s Best to Style in Delhi University?

Best to Style in Delhi University Delhi University! Call it a place to study and chill or to explore fashion sense, the fact is undeniable that it is one of the major institutions in India where you are allowed to explore and express yourself through clothing. Here you are free from all the restricted school […]

Mistakes to avoid as a Fresher

Mistakes to avoid as a Fresher Every high school student have higher expectations from their university. As soon as the session starts, they begin to dwell every single domain which they get, sometimes without even realizing their interests or aim. Here is a list of mistakes that students make while entering their dream university.   […]

Apply online for DU’s Bharati College course in Digital Marketing

Apply online for DU’s Bharati College course in Digital Marketing Seeing the surge in popularity of careers in the field of Digital Marketing, the Delhi University’s Bharati College has started accepting application for admission in its short-term certificate course titled Digital Marketing & amp; Social Media Advertising from high school (class 10th ) pass-outs too. […]

Arcticspaces – A unique properties with a homely feel and

Student life can be hectic. The last thing we want is for you to waste time thinking about mundane household things. That’s why we take care of everything for you. From our speedy Wi-Fi to your safety and security, we’ve got it covered. we make it our mission to bring new and diverse student communities […]

Campus Reopening

College Reopening The COVID-19 pandemic hit right during admissions season, interrupting both college entrance exams and application deadlines, and forcing many students and families to rethink their college plans. Several colleges have been reopening and allowing students to attend in-person classes following a decline in Covid-19 cases. Meanwhile, some universities are either accepting openings or […]


‘WISHLIST’ BEFORE DELHI UNIVERSITY REOPENS The statement of Delhi University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Yogesh Singh, ‘we will make a decision regarding the reopening of Delhi University after Diwali’, has got all the DUites excited. Since March 2020, the University of Delhi has closed its shutter. The varsity has opened the gates to the final year students […]


THE MOST OPTED COURSES BY DELHI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Delhi University is believed to be one of the topmost and trustworthy universities of India. Students from all over India and abroad take admission in various colleges of the University as it is very student friendly. The University is divided into four campuses named North Campus, South […]

Types Of Students In Online College

Discover The Types Of Students In Online College It has almost been two years when DUites were seen on the streets of Kamala Market, Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, Hudson Lane, Satyaniketan, Cannaught Place, and in every other outing space. Every DU college student would dash around with their friends, trying hard to click the perfect […]

NSUI Demands to promote final year students with 10% extra

The coronavirus outbreak has impacted people from all quarters of life. The colleges, schools and even offices are badly hit. The Academic year has been disrupted due to the unprecedented national shutdown to curb the corona pandemic. Students from all universities are curious tho know the move of universities in this regard. The NSUI Also […]

Will May/June semester exams conducted online this year?

Recently, Delhi University released an online portal for submitting examination form as colleges are unable to provide the May/june semester details to the university due to covid-19 pandemic. University is also discussing about conducting semester exams online but Delhi university teacher association is convincing officials to hold exams until situation came under control and everything […]


Third year is the most happening, valuable and worthy year for any college student. Every student experiences this beautiful journey from being the junior most to senior most by learning, growing and nurturing themselves. It’s that year, where everyone says ” Last year h, khub masti karenge, ghumenge, fests  jayenge”. Even if anyone is reluctant, […]

Why Delhi University professors think virtual classes won’t work for

Online teaching might be the in-thing this pandemic season, but professors from Delhi University who have been trying to go virtual since the lockdown is in place, say that it is not a viable medium of teaching in India yet. Even as the university has asked its computer centre to come up with a platform […]

Project Urjal – An initiative by Enactus NSUT

Students from Enactus NSUT, as a solution to tackle the lack of electricity among the underprivileged and the harms associated with it, began Project Urjal in 2018. Project Urjal is a socio-entrepreneurial venture that aims at solving electricity tribulation in underprivileged communities by providing an affordable, durable and effective solution based on the use of […]

Delhi Govt Releases Grant for Salaries in Delhi University

The Delhi Government on Wednesday, March 26, released the much awaited grant for pending salaries of the teachers and non-teaching staff of 12 colleges affiliated to Delhi University and are fully funded by it. The teachers have been struggling for their salaries for two consecutive months following a dispute over the formation of governing bodies […]

Delhi University : House Exams, Internals are postponed, Colleges to

University of Delhi has officially uploaded a document after the news of suspension of Cinema halls, schools and colleges till 31st March, 2020. According to notice, all the fests, workshops, extra curricular activities, house exams, internal assessments are postponed till 31st March. Teacher’s will be available for any queries in the college premises according to […]

Participants are facing physical assault and Partiality by the organizing

Recently, Commerce Society of Sri Aurobindo college has organized one of the most common commerce event Mock stock on their annual Festival – TRGOVINA’20 on 27th February, 2020. The event took place with a good note but some participants faced physical assault while some faced partiality as the organizing committee help their friends who came […]

Top 10 Fine Arts societies of Delhi University

College societies make our college life enjoyable and more interesting. Colleges under Delhi University have lots of societies like Commerce society, economics society, dramatics society, music society, etc. Every society conduct auditions and interviews to select their team. Here we present you a list of Top 10 Fine Arts societies of Delhi University based on […]

Stars and Big budgets : DU fests look to draw

Every student who steps in to college life , is always excited to attend the Fest . Fest brings a lot of attention with them from different activities to singers , bollywood actors and famous personalities coming in the fest . Everyone is excited enough to attend them. DU college’s try to keep the budget […]

Things to do in Winter season

November is halfway through and is being accompanied by a sharp drop in the temperature. Now opinions may differ from person to person about the famous ‘Dilli ki sardi’, but one cannot possibly escape the fun that the short span of winters bring in the otherwise scorching hot weather of Delhi. Here are a few […]

Research activities taken aback at DU, as Subscription to more

Subscription to over 40 online databases which provide access to journals and other resources has not been renewed by the Delhi University, and thus resulted in cutting scholars off from vital research material. This void of research material in the university has taken place through two contemporaneous processes. Direct Subscription to as many as 29 […]

Importance of College presentations in Delhi University

College presentations are one of the most common occurances in the colleges of Delhi University. It gives the students a break from the monotonous method of textbook teaching. Such presentation basically consists of a group of students preparing a specified topic from a particular chapter. They are then supposed to explain this topic to the […]

Voice raised in Kashmir’s Support by DU Students

Protesting the “continuing siege of Kashmir”, several student groups, including AISA, Pinjra Tod and DU held a demonstration at the Arts Faculty gate on Thursday. With slogans demanding return of Article 370 and calls for“Azadi”, protesters denounced the communication blockade in the area. They demanded release of political prisoners and called forright of Kashmiris to […]

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies is organising hackCBS 2.0

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi is organising hackCBS 2.0, the second edition of its annual hackathon-cum-conference that will test your creativity, endurance and brainpower along with providing a prodigious opportunity to learn through Workshops and Keynote sessions taken by industrialists from tech giants such as Microsoft,HackerOne and Zeit. From being the […]

DUSU Leaders join hands with AAP

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressed several student leaders, who won elections to various posts in Delhi University colleges as independent candidates, during their induction into the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) here on Saturday. At the AAP’s party headquarters here, the national convener was told by student leaders that money and nepotism were dominating student politics. […]

High rise near North Campus a safety threat,DU students protest

Delhi University students on Friday staged a protest against the construction of a 39-storey building in North Campus, saying structure will overlook six girls’ hostels and will be an “invasion of their privacy”. The building is coming up adjacent to the Vishwavidyalaya Metro Station in the campus area. Students from Miranda House and Kirori Mal […]

DU SOL students calls off hunger strike on Delhi University

The students of Delhi University School of Open Learning called off their hunger strike on Thursday which was against the introduction on the semester system from this academic year onwards. The decision to change to the semester system was taken by the Delhi University Executive Council last week. Following which students declared a hunger strike […]

Project Virasat- an initiative in the craft sector : Enactus

1. Project Asbah- an initiative in the water sector WHAT DO WE DO? Project Asbah: Every drop, a promise, aims at providing clean drinking water to rural households and urban slums at highly affordable rates. Under this project, we set up contaminant specific filtration mechanism. We set up community Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants where there […]

Vittshala-The Financial Literacy Cell : Media report for the FY

Vittshala – The Financial Literacy Cell is a Centre for Community Engagement (CCE) initiative of Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi, specialising in disseminating financial know-how, primarily amid the underprivileged sections of the society. The cell functions through its projects focusing on various sections like unorganised workers, labourers, slum dwellers, school children, rural households and […]

DU colleges admit beyond capacity, despite addition of 6000 seats

There was an addition of 6000 seats after the implementation of the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) reservation in the Delhi University.  Despite this, several colleges have went beyond their maximum capacity of admitting students, leading to a severe infrastructural crunch.  This phenomenon of over-admissions had been existing in the University since the last couple of […]

Soon DU to appoint Director of North Campus

Following the approval of the executive council last week, Delhi University will soon appoint Director of North Campus. Currently, the administration is run through posts of a Vice-Chancellor, Pro-V-C, Dean of Colleges and South Campus director who carries out functions of the Vice-Chancellor when on leave. To this administration panel. a new post will be […]

Blossom Stayz : Once you find us, you will never

In today’s scenario PG is not only a Decorated Abbreviation for the term “PAYING GUEST” but have become an emotion now. Being in a PG is not only a lifestyle now, it has become a fashion. PG upholds a lifestyle that is characterised by self-reliance, Great independence, loads of fun and adventure and much more, […]

The awakenend performer at DU?

Saptarshi Bairagi , A 23 year old , student of Delhi University wants to pursue an M.phil in Queer Studies from JNU or DU after he secured a First Class with Honours in his Masters in Anthropology degree . Bairagi has already made a skeletol framework for his thesis on visual anthropology in the pan-India queer […]

Why limited subject options for boys in DU?

Male candidates are clearly at a disadvantaged situation when it comes to seeking admission in DU. Subjects such as Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology and Geography (Honours) and Home Science are mostly available in women colleges.  This leaves the boys with limited options of seeking admission in only a few co-ed colleges with lesser seats for them. […]

Seven DU students go on strike to protest against hike

On Thursday, seven students, including alumni of the University of Delhi went on a one-day hunger strike to protest against the hike in fees by the University for undergraduate courses. This hike is the logical outcome of privatisation of higher education through withdrawal of government funds and replacements of UGC grants with loans from HEFA. […]

Gender ratio remains most distorted at most Delhi University colleges

A big gap is seen between the enrolment of male and female students in most of the colleges of Delhi University, the popular colleges being Kirori Mal College and Hindu College. Some institutions have even attempted to attract more girls by introducing a concession in the aggregate percentage for the particular subjects , but this […]

Students protest against DU’s ‘faulty admission process

Around 50 people from 10 different student organisations gathered in front of Delhi University’s Arts Faculty on Tuesday to protest against “faulty admission process”. The protest focused on the discrepancy in registration fee being demanded for entrance-based courses from OBC, and EWS category students. They also protested against the recent fee hike in institutions such […]

AISA meets DU officials over discrepancy in application fee for

The Left-backed AISA Tuesday met Delhi University officials to highlight ‘discrepancy’ in the application fee for OBC applicants for postgraduate courses, who are supposed to pay the same amount as applicants from unreserved category. All India Students’ Association (AISA) president Kanwalpreet Kaur said the application fee for Other Backward Class (OBC) candidates applying for postgraduate courses is Rs 750, the same as […]

The most sought after choice in DU remains English

The most sought after choice in DU remains English Following the popular trend of last year, science is still not amongst the top courses preferred by the students applying in Delhi University. The highest number of applications received till now are for BA English (Hons), BA Political Science and BA Programme . Cut-off declared by […]

Enactus Kalindi College – Project Weran

After creating a remarkable impact in the lives of Manual Scavengers with their first Project Rehmat, the team of undergraduate students from Enactus Kalindi has introduced Project Weran- an initiative toward the upliftment of the Indian Farming Community. With the determination to accelerate a transformation in the farming community, Project Weran aims to empower farmers […]

People oppose the changes made in DU admission criteria

Du has made many changes in admission criteria this year and students are getting worried about their admission. Maths has been made compulsory for economic hons and minimum fifty percent in maths for B.com Hons. And many other changes. Delhi University’s academic council and executive council has written a letter to vice chancellor over these […]

DU Admission 2019: 24,536 registrations done in first 90 minutes

Admissions to Delhi University’s undergraduate courses began on 30th May 2019, and not surprisingly 24,536 registrations were done in the first 90 minutes. As the registration link got activated at 8 pm, along with these thousands of applications, a total of 1,762 payments were made during this time. Last year, a total of 2,78,544 candidates […]

Planning for DU? Do you think you had enough research

Delhi university’s admission process will start from 30 may 2019 at 8:00 pm. If you are planning for DU you must have researched about varsity but the reality would be different from what you are expecting. DU is a different world in it’s own. So let’s give you some insights about DU. You might be […]

Top 10 Commerce Societies 2018-19

College societies make our college life enjoyable and more interesting. Colleges under Delhi University have lots of societies like Commerce society, economics society, dramatics society, music society, etc. Every society conduct auditions and interviews to select there team. Here we present you a list of Top 10 commerce societies of Delhi University. [Note :- The […]

Forensic check on PG papers to stop fake marksheets in

After last year’s disputes over Delhi University Student Union (DUSU) president Ankiv Baisoya’s ‘fake marksheet’, this year after the admission process is completed, forensic check of all post graduate marksheets will be conduct, decided by  DU.  The university is keen to focus on marksheets of the aspirants conceded to the law faculty and the department Buddhist […]

St Stephen’s college row: AC, EC members of Delhi University

Members of Delhi University’s Academic and Executive Councils Friday wrote to the varsity’s vice-chancellor, saying the decision of St Stephen’s college to include a member of Supreme Council in the interview panel for students “will compromise with the academic integrity in the admission process”. The letter addressed to Professor Yogesh Tyagi was written by Executive Council members J L Gupta and Rajesh Jha, Academic Council members Seema Das, Richa […]


On International Workers Day, The Sanitation Workers  at  Delhi University organized a protest outside the Arts Faculty in North Campus after their contract was abruptly cancelled by the administration. The move, effective from Wednesday, will leave hundreds of workers unemployed. Most of the karamcharis have been working in the university for 10-15 years and said they were informed […]

DU teachers seek promised posts

When the OBC reservation was implemented in 2007, Delhi University was promised additional teaching posts to match the number of students, but not all the notified posts were released, the Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) said in a letter to Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Prakash Javadekar, on Wednesday. Reservation for Economically Weaker Sections commences […]


Rishabh Pant and Ambati Rayudu were the biggest exclusions as India named the 15-member squad for ICC World Cup 2019. The team, which will be led by Virat Kohli, included Dinesh Karthik as the second wicket-keeper besides MS Dhoni. Vijay Shankar was included in the squad as an all-rounder along with Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja and Kedar Jadhav. In […]