In a letter to the DU vice-chancellor and the finance department, deputy chief minister, it stated that the Delhi University has not constituted the governing bodies in the 28 colleges till the last date. It also states that until the governing bodies are formed in these colleges, no funds should be released.
This decision was made on April 11, at a meeting of the Yamuna Pollution Monitoring Committee, set up by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), headed by former Delhi chief secretary Shailaja Chandra and expert member BS Sajwan.
Despite DU trying to get their act together, other universities in JNU, IIT and Jamia, are doing fine in waste management.
Delhi University has issued an order forbidding any use of any loudspeakers and microphones within 100 meters.
Neighbourhood News Desk/New Delhi/Avi Arya Despite the protest and chaos that was caused by the members of the Academic Council (AC). Delhi University (DU) manages to introduce a contract known as the Ordinance XII E. This contract is used for employing teachers on the base of contract with […]