The renovated building was handed over to the College by the WMF organisation in the presence of dignitaries.
AH Almas noted that all the six students have requested the DDPU (Deputy Director of Pre-University Education) of the Udupi district to consider postponing their practical examination.
Students describe bittersweet moments as they stepped into delhi university colleges yesterday after a two-year hiatus
Students complained that the varsity asked them to return to the campus on very short notice, which is why the accommodation rates have soared high.
The petition has claimed that Udupi BJP MLA Raghupathy Bhat is illegally interfering in the activities of the college and has been made a party in the case.
AAP MLA Atishi had earlier in a statement said the government had released the funds ahead of time but alleged financial mismanagement in colleges, which was readily refuted by college managements.
No appointments till formation of governing bodies: Delhi government shoots off letter to 28 DU colleges
Out of these 28 colleges, 12 are fully funded by the Delhi government, with the release of funds by the latter being a bone of contention between the two parties.
More than 7,900 applications were approved by Delhi University college principals on the first day of admissions under the third cut-off list on Monday.
Out of the 15 colleges that offer the course, seven have filled up their seats for the unreserved category in the first list itself.
The Shri Ram College of Commerce released the highest cut-off with 100 per cent marks for two UG courses — BA Economics (Honours) and BCom (Honours).
Delhi University colleges seeking 100 per cent cut-off: Many in despair, some fume at marking system
While some raised doubts over the chances of admission, others questioned the CBSE for granting higher marks to students.
College principals said that they are expecting lesser number of students on Wednesday since a majority of those who are from outside Delhi won't be able to make it.
The teachers’ association wrote a letter to Health Minister Satyendar Jain urging him to shift the proposed building to a nearby area and promote 'sustainable' development.
Thiruvananthapuram University College to organise international seminar on ecological disaster in Australia
The objective of the seminar is to provide an opportunity for the people concerned from different fields to discuss issues related to the ecological disaster in Australia.