FAQs

Though the newspaper is based in Delhi University, it is not important to be a part of the University to apply for any position in DU Beat.
While we do not necessarily look for a Shakespeare, we do require a certain level of command over the language.
Anything from an event report to a review of a book, movie, or TV show. It would be advisable if you could go through our website and make yourself familiar with the kind of content before applying. Please avoid sending poetry and fiction.
Congratulations! You are one step closer. We will have another session of conversation with you for the final screening of your application.
There is a probation period once you join, in which you can choose to leave or we can ask you to leave.Reasons for termination: • If you are lacking in your work and do not complete your assigned reports or submit them late. • You refuse to take up assignments number of times. • We are not satisfied with your stories and your writing.
If you think you match all our criteria, then sure, go ahead!
Someone who: -Has a good command over the language -Is well versed with DU Beat’s usual content and likes the kind of work we do -Is ready to bring their A game and contribute to the team’s effort -Wants to develop a writing style and experiment with various types of pieces (news stories, opinions, review, event coverage and so on) -Has a good sense of humour and work ethic
Mail us at tips@dubeat.com. Tell us about your college and its location. We shall try our best to fulfil your request.
It’s for free! In this post-modern capitalistic era, society expects us to charge you for it. But, we’ve always been non-conforming. We don’t believe in charging you for it!
DU Beat is a weekly newspaper. You can procure your copy every Wednesday from the DU Beat representative of your college.
You can find all the articles of the previous editions on the website.
Get in touch with our marketing department for giving advertisements, advertorials, and classifieds, at kriti@dubeat.com.