DU, back in action

DU, back in action

As DU’s new session gets underway, Metrolife take a round and finds it all – kids still hoping to land a coveted seat; unattended manholes; street plays and chilled out guys

Hope alive Students of reserved categories queue up at Arts Faculty for counselling with regard to availability of seats for select courses and far off colleges of DU such as B.A. (Hons) in Arabic, B.A. (Hons) in Punjabi, B.A. (Hons) in
Bengali and B.Com, B.A. (Hons) in Urdu.

dangerous An open manhole on a
pavement in DU. The campus has not one but several open manholes and some as deep as five feet. Does the administration care?

Luring As the new session of Delhi University begins, ECA societies and students associations of all colleges have put up notices, inviting freshers to sign up with them.


Making you Aware Asmita theatre group performs a street play ‘Corruption’ to make the students aware of the menace and participate in the fight against it. The play was directed by theatre director Arvind Gaur and performed by members of the group comprising students and professionals.

Violating rules Delhi University was declared a No Smoking Zone in 2006. Offenders have to pay up a fine of
Rs. 200. However, students like these are a common sight in North Campus. A student lights up in Ramjas College.

hope A student and parent look at the availability of seats
in select courses and colleges of DU for reserved category students.Dh photo by lalit kumar 

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