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1. Stop caste-based discrimination on campus: DU.

The Delhi University's assistant registrar on May 25 wrote to colleges attaching several letters from the University Grants Commission (UGC) on the prevention of caste-based discrimination in higher education and requesting them to take necessary action in the matter.

 

2. Delhi University takes steps against caste based discrimination.

"The university/institute/college may develop a page on their website for lodging such complaints of caste discrimination by Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST) students and also place a complaint register in the registrar/principal office for the purpose.

 

3. IIT Madras Robot to clean septic tanks ready for launch.

Indian Institute of Technology Madras’ ‘HomoSEP,’ a robot developed by the institute’s researchers to eliminate manual scavenging in India, is all set for field deployment.

 

4. Delhi govt asks for ATR on continued education of Covid-19 drop-outs.

Delhi Government has asked for an Action Taken Report(ATR) from officials of the education department to ensure the continued education of children who lost their parents because of Covid-19.

 

5. Dharmendra Pradhan releases Loktantra ke Swar and the Republic.

Union Education and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Minister Dharmendra Pradhan along with Union Minister for Information & Broadcasting and Sports Anurag Thakur on Wednesday released books 'Loktantra ke Swar’ and ‘The Republican Ethic’, having selected speeches of the President of India Ram NathKovind.

 

6. Delhi University to hike university development fee by Rs 300 from academic year 2022-23.

After a gap of 13 years, Delhi University has decided to raise the annual development fee for students by Rs 300 from 2022-23, a senior official said on Wednesday.

 

7. IIT Guwahati improves rank in QS World University rankings.

IIT Guwahati improves rank in QS World University rankings(File Photo / PTI)

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati has climbed in ranking in QS World University Rankings 2023 by 11 places.

 

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