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A fourth cut-off would be announced on July 13.
The Delhi University Student' Union submitted a memorandum to the varsity administration demanding promotion or retest within a month for the B.Com students who failed a practical test.
The portraits of 21 Param Vir Chakra recipients has been displayed next to the ''wall of founders' which displays the pictures of JMI founders.
According to the university officials, there will be no entrance examination for the course and the admissions will be on the basis of merit.
The CIC had also slapped a fine of Rs 25,000 on the CPIO for rejecting an RTI application seeking details of Modi's graduation degree.
A team of the Crime Branch, which was handed over the investigation into last month's violence, has so far recorded statements of 17 people, said a senior police officer.
DU's International Student House for Women (ISHW) has said the decision was taken "in the best interest of residents".
Nobody needs to teach us the values of democracy and tolerance: Subramanian Swamy at Delhi University
Amid tight security BJP leader and MP Subramanian Swamy on Friday addressed students at the law faculty in Delhi University.
Saibaba has been sentenced to life time imprisonment for having links with the Naxalite CPI Maoist that has been banned by the government of India earlier.
Saibaba was arrested in May 2014 by Maharashtra's Gadchiroli police on charges of being a member of the banned CPI (Maoist), providing logistics and helping in recruitment for the group.
The Mumbai-based Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) has asked its students not to participate in any anti-ABVP protest in the wake of violence in DU.
Metropolitan Magistrate Abhilash Malhotra asked the SHO of Maurice Nagar police station in north Delhi to file the report .
The Delhi University has decided to do away with the 'special chance' provision for students who could not complete their degrees within stipulated time.
Naqvi also accused the trio of blowing the situation out of proportion in view of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.
The Delhi High Court is likely to take up the plea filed by Delhi University law students against police in Ramjas row.