Students' Federation of India Delhi State Committee 36, Canning Lane, Mandi House, New Delhi-01 Date-13-06-2017 The Delhi University administration in an arbitrary and shameful manner called for a press conference to announce the registration for M.Phil And PhD from the 12th of June without even releasing the information bulletin and proposed intake in both the [...]
JNU Scholar Subin Dennis responds to the pseudo-intellectual froth delivered in a sermon in Times of India by a doctoral fellow from JNU supporting the obnoxious seat cut in JNU.
The Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre government in a plea which challenged University Grants Commission (UGC)'s admission norms. The plea was filed by Students' Federation of India's (SFI), which challenged UGC's admission norms for M.Phil and Ph.D courses in the country. A bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Anu Malhotra has also issued notice to the UGC and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) seeking their replies on SFI plea against UGC norms. The bench has directed the Centre government to file an affidavit on April 28 with regard to the contentions raised in the writ petition by the students' body, reported Press Trust of India.