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LSR to hold demo classes to help students know CBCS

NEW DELHI: Lady Shri Ram College has taken the lead in clearing the air on choice-based credit system (CBCS) among its first-year students. On Monday, the college organized a formal interaction of students with faculty members of all its 14 ... Times of India, 1 day ago
Weekly Voice

100.4/100 : Seriously?

With the Delhi University cut-off soaring to over 100 per cent, talk is about how absurd the admission system has become. But those in-charge of admissions insist that with the Boards giving out high marks and DU rules including additional criteria, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago DU's second cut-off list to be out today: Here's what to expect  Hindustan Times4 weeks ago Cut-off marks soar, admission seekers decline in Delhi University colleges  Weekly Voice1 month ago All or nothing: With 100% cut-off marks, footfall declines in DU colleges  Sify1 month ago
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Times of India

Why extra marital affairs could be right

Your wedding vows talk about a lifetime together, a life of unwavering loyalty, one of getting old together, through good and bad times. But as years pass by, that spurt of love turns into monotony. This is when you discover the glitches in your ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Times of India

DU cutoffs get absurd, soar beyond 100%!

NEW DELHI: The steadily rising Delhi University cutoffs for undergraduate courses reached absurd levels in the first list announced on Wednesday, where the eligibility bar set for certain categories of student went beyond 100%. For instance, a ...
 Times of India1 month ago DU cutoffs turn absurd, breach 100% level  Times of India1 month ago Delhi University cutoffs get absurd, soar beyond 100%!  Times of India1 month ago Over 2,500 foreigners apply to Delhi University  Times of India1 month ago
CAclubindia

Indian startup hubs: 49 delhi startups to look out for

As part of our Indian Startup Hubs Series in past few weeks we have discussed about the startup ecosystems in Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore . This week, we will be covering about the growing Startup Ecosystem in Delhi & NCR. In India, Delhi is at ...
 CAclubindia1 month ago

Style stealing from Game of Thrones' Khaleesi

Daenerys Targaryen Image: Facebook.com/GameOfThrones Image: InDigital Image: InDigital Alexander Mcqueen Image: Alexander Mcqueen Giorgio Armani Image: InDigital Jeninfer Fisher Image: ...
 Vogue India1 month ago
Times of India

Arts is still 'girl-ish'

New study reiterates subject bias in higher education; arts perceived as useless, only science is 'appropriate for boys' In her recently published study on the link between gender and subject choice, JNU scholar Meenakshi Gautam reports some ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Femina

Tried & tested: Kick the butt

The government's anti-tobacco campaigns, increase in No smoking marked zones, anti-smoking warning in films and television… all these seem to have failed to be a deterrent. According to latest statistics, there has been a significant increase in ...
 Femina1 month ago

Psychology offers 'clear career path'

Studying psychology doesn't mean that you'll learn how to read people's minds or faces.That it does is, apparently, the most abiding myth about the subject, feels Kanika Ahuja, teacher at Lady Shri Ram College.
 Times of India2 months ago
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