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In Eminence Tag Pitch, DU Talks Of Nine More Institutes

As per the proposal, funds worth Rs 793 crore are being sought for teaching, research, skill enhancement and development programmes.

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Delhi School Of Journalism Held Orientation Programme 2018-19

Delhi School of Journalism is also offering foreign Language specialization such as Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese and regional languages like Bangla, Tamil, Urdu, Sanskrit as language optional.

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Meritorious In Every Way, But Lacked Funds, DU Aspirant Rescued By The Staff

Amidst several students applying for admissions in Delhi University's undergraduate programmes, an 18-year-old qualified at Bharati college, except on one account, she did not have the money to deposit fees.

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DU Releases First Cut-Off List

This year, the highest cut off is 98.75 percent for BA (Programme) in Lady Shri Ram College. Further, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce has demanded 98.5 percent in BA (Hons) in Journalism. For science stream, the highest cut-off is 98 percent for BSc (Hons) in Physics in Hindu College.

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Apply For DU Pre-Entrance Summer School

Students from Economically Weaker Section (EWS/BPL,) SC, ST, OBC (Non-Creamy Layer), Minorities, PwD (EWS/BPL only), Kashmiri migrants, Wards of War Widows/Ex-servicemen (Defence) may apply for the Pre-Entrance Summer School 2018 for postgraduate admission tests between 21st to 28th May 2018.

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DU Starts Admission Process

There are as many as 75 different DU 2018 Courses under the three-year Undergraduate Programme offered by the university

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Delhi University To End Post Graduate Reservation Policy

While DU tries to make it more democratic, institutions like Jamia and Aligarh are fixated on their 'Quota System'

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The Logic and Scope of DU’s 5 Year Integrated Mass Communications Programme

Media is one of the fast growing industries especially the digital and the TV. As of now there are a good number of options at the Master’s level for pursuing media studies, but few at the undergrad level. The University of Delhi (DU), has been debating starting off with a 5 year integrated Bachelor’s plus Master’s course in Journalism and Mass Communications. No official Notification has come out, so all discussion now is mere speculation based on some press reports.

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