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An 8 month-old baby was allegedly run over by a University employee in the campus premises of NSUT

by Dania With a heavy heart I ask, ‘Is humanity left in this world?’. Humanity is not just a word but an action which we all live by. But a recent unfortunate incident in Netaji Subhas University of Technology (NSUT)…

ALL-GIRLS COLLEGE:- HELL OR HEAVEN?

BY Maryam Khan “Girls College mai ho? Bore hojati hogi.” “Straight toh ho na? Dur hi reh waise.” “Kya maza aata hai ladkiyo ke saath rehkar?” “Chalta-Phirta Fashion Show hota Hoga”… And, the list goes on but such statements won’t…

WHAT’S THE SECRET BEHIND THE POCKET FRIENDLY SHOPPING OF THE STUDENTS?

by Maryam Khan Whenever one talks about College Life; particularly DU’s life, all we think  about is the fests, the cultural societies, fresher’s parties, mass bunks, hangouts and what not? It’s everybody’s fantasy to be a leading light, to earn…

IS UNITY IN DIVERSITY ONLY IN THEORIES?

by Dania j Mathew Recently an adivasi professor of the government school and college for women in Jharkhand was arrested for a 2year old facebook post asserting his community’s right to eat beef, and challenging and rejecting to follow Hindu…

RED ALERT FOR HOSPITALS

by Dania J Mathew We all are aware about the doctor strike which happened in our country nationwide. Many had opinions, from media, officials, patients, government, to every citizen of this country.  But when a scenario or situation occurs are…

WATER CRISIS; THE STUDENTS PRESS

by Muskan Mittal We all have been hearing since ages that we should use the resources our Mother Nature has bestowed upon us judiciously and it is our duty to conserve and protect them. Students are taught to reduce wastage…

WHY BIHAR IS BECOMING A ZONE OF DEATH?

by Maryam Khan Being a heterogeneous country, India has numerous states which holds a charisma and significance of their own. And so Bihar, one of the states of India, is prominent for a plethora of reasons. Be it its famous…

Pride Month

by Khushi S Mathur Every year during June, people come together to celebrate the LGBTQ+ Pride Month in different parts of the world. This time of the year brings with it colourful parades and festivity, but along with that the…

THE BLUE TSUNAMI:- SUDAN CRISIS

by Maryam Khan With keeping up this quote in mind, many Sudanese Protesters unleashed their voices from the depths and fought for justice and neutrality. In December 2018, a protest outburst in Sudan when their dictatorial President, Omar al-Bashir, reduced…

The 3rd Sunday Of June

by Maryam Khan Like any other family-oriented days, FATHER’S DAY is also salient and is of high importance. A father is someone who always looks up to no matter how much you grow. A daughter’s first love and to a…

COURSE PROFILE: BA (HONOURS) IN ECONOMICS

By Muskan Mittal There is a plethora of options to choose from depending on your interests, difficulty level of the course as well as your strengths and weaknesses. Here is a glimpse of one of the courses you can decide…

Course Profile: B.A English Honours

by Khushi Shanker Mathur B.A. (honours) in English is one of the most prestigious humanities courses offered by the Delhi University, and is highly sought after by literature lovers. The course is not only renowned for being well structured, but…

Internship at The Students’ Press

Internship opportunities will now be available at The Students’ Press for interested students! thestudentspress.com Instagram -http://bit.ly/2LbcmGz Internship details: ▪️Duration: 1 Month ▪️Option of work from home available We are offering internship opportunities in the field of: 📌 Content writing 📌…

Problems faced by ad hoc teachers by Anubhuti Chitra

40% of the teachers at Delhi University are ad hoc teachers. Ad hoc appointment is made for a existing post for a short period of time in the absence of the person manning the post. These teachers have numerous problems….