Free Press Journal
  • Student election isn’t a political referendum

    Political parties are quite naturally inclined to talk up their successes and underplay the significance of setbacks. Under the circumstances, the elation in the BJP over the ABVP’s victory in three of the four elected posts for the Delhi University Student’s Union is understandable. Likewise, it is also entirely predictable that the Congress has blamed faulty EVMs for its failure to hold on to the body. Blaming defeats on electoral irregularities has,

  • Delhi University releases fourth cut off list; read on for more details

    Delhi University released the fourth cut off list on Thursday for undergraduate courses. The DU 4th cut off list 2018 is available on the official website of the university. It can be checked at ‘www.du.ac.in’. Now very few options are left for aspirants seeking admissions under the general category in many of the south-after colleges.

  • Delhi High Court gives go-ahead to DU to declare Presidential poll result

    New Delhi, The Delhi High Court has given a go-ahead to the Delhi University to declare the results for the post of President in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) election which is being held today. The counting of votes is scheduled for tomorrow.The High Court’s order came on a plea by the University seeking modification of its September 8 interim order by which it had allowed National Students Union of India (NSUI) presidential

  • First round of admission begins in DU

    New Delhi: With the announcement of its first cut-off list on Wednesday, admission process for Delhi University undergraduate courses began here today.

  • HRD asks St Stephen’s to expedite its probe

    New Delhi : The HRD ministry today asked St Stephen’s college to expedite its probe into the sexual harassment complaint filed by a PhD student against a professor who was supervising her research. “The college has been asked to ensure that the probe by its Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) is expedited and justice is ensured,” officials in the ministry said.

  • DU blinks, scraps course but those enrolled upset

    New Delhi :  The Delhi University on Friday gave in to the UGC diktat and scrapped the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP), bringing cheer to lakhs of DU aspirants who can now enroll for the earlier three-year course. The controversial programme had pitted the University Grants Commission and DU against each other with the former asking the varsity to junk it.