Buzzing with admission-related activities, DU has decided to start school of journalism from this academic year which will be providing a five-year integrated course in the field. The student pursuing the course will have the option of studying for three years and leaving with a graduation degree.
Our parents and society repeatedly stress on the importance of education and a degree from a reputed college. But what if I told you that there are multiple famous personalities who dropped out of college to fulfill their dreams and changed the way things happened in the world?!
As a person who graduated college two years back, I have now realized that one big mistake I seem to have made while studying was that I did not befriend my professors. When you have a good relationship with your professors, things become easy not only inside the campus but outside as well.
The admission process in most colleges across the country has started, increasing the chaos and confusion. While new students take admission, the old ones jump to new life which starts with the challenge of earning and keeping ends together.
DU is planning to start a 'school for journalism' which will be providing a five-year integrated course in journalism. Additionally, it will also be starting a post-graduate diploma course in cyber security, from this academic session.
Only thing more difficult than getting through a good college is surviving your years there. The fans of Chetan Bhagat would know what all goes into securing a college degree, thanks to all the books he has written about his own journey as an engineer in India's top college, IIT.
The students who wish to take admission in Delhi University through extracurricular activities (ECA) quota finally have some clarity regarding their schedule. The varsity is scheduled to conduct first trial from June 17 which will continue till June 26. After this, the candidates with there will be a list of shortlisted candidates released for the second and final round of trials from June 30 to July 6.
In a bid to help the students who belong to financially weaker sections of the society, Delhi University has decided to provide coaching classes to them before the entrance tests for post graduation courses happen.
The credibility of a government college is usually better than any other. However, the same credibility increases the competition to get through them. The seats in these colleges are limited, with the other downside being the ever slow administration. The tuition fee and other expenses are less in these instructions but the infrastructure et al are usually below par.
Major boards across the country have released their results and students are aiming for the ever-favourite Delhi University as their next stop. The first cut off will be announced on June 12 and the students are waiting for it with bated breath.
Registration for admission in Delhi University started on May 22 but the tab for 'academic information' was not functional as the board results were not declared then. The full website was made functional yesterday but there are still a lot of confusions as the guidelines for merit-based courses, which help students understand the process of aggregating marks while filling up their academic details, have not been uploaded till date.
Three days after announcement of CBSE board results, all the tabs on DU website were made active, allowing students seeking admission in Delhi University, to register themselves for desired undergraduate courses.