Srivedant Kar

Srivedant Kar is the associate editor of DU Beat. A journalism student at Cluster Innovation Centre, he spends more time thinking about tomorrow than today. Having interned with United Nations, he is an avid reader, fierce debater, poet and religious follower of politics who aspires to be a diplomat some day.

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Delhi University celebrates its 95th Foundation Day

Delhi University celebrated its 95th foundation day today at the convention hall of the historical vice-regal lodge. The celebrations which marked the birth of the...

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JEE: The Great Indian National Dream or Another Herd Mentality at Play?

“Do you know that the majority of the people who attended the programme were IITians?” asked one of my friends, a humanities student from the University of Delhi who...

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Early Registrations, No Entrance Tests, DU to admit students for regular UG courses based on ‘Cut-Offs’

The registrations for admissions for various courses of Delhi University is likely to begin in the last week of April. As compared to last year, this year the...

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Delhi University’s Central Placement Cell to organise an internship fair for DU students

If you are one of the DU students who often plan to go back to home because there is nothing to do during summers, then you might change your plans after reading this...

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Plaster from ceiling falls off in Hansraj Hostel room, close shave for student

As the admissions season are yet to take steam, another incident that happened in Hansraj hostel has raised eyebrows about the bad infrastructure prevailing in the...

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Delhi University Masters and research programs to have online entrance from this year

Delhi University has decided to conduct online entrance test for Masters and Research programmes like M.Phil and PhD. Several of its undergraduate courses for which...

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School of Open Learning of Delhi University to start 10 new courses from this year

Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) which runs various distance learning programmes is going to start ten new courses from the commencing academic year....

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Matrix 1.1 brings back games of numbers and shapes in Cluster Innovation Centre

Often numbers and shapes of mathematics give schoolchildren their most scary days. To dispel this fear around mathematics the students of Mathematics education have been...

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‘Censorship’ is the new way to ensure safety at Ramjas College

Mukhatib 2017, the annual streetplay festival organised by Shunya-the theatre society of Ramjas College on 31st March 2017 saw four plays being censored by the...

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Now that Fest season is over, it’s time for Farewell

“They shouldn’t have done this. It was really hectic for us. Think, when you have to choose between SRCC and Hindu, it’s not easy” said my senior who was not so...