Every year Delhi University, one of the elite universities in the country, witnesses tremendous competition and what one may call a rat-race. With cut-offs soaring high each year, DU has never failed to astonish applicants nation-wide.(Read: The rush to Delhi University: Is it really worth it?) Here is a new set of changes adapted by DU this year. This is your one-stop destination for all you need to know about the Delhi University admissions of 2016:1. Courses that will hold entrance exams this year are:1500 DU seats call for entrance tests this year. Following are certain subjects that will take admissions on the basis of entrance examinations this year: Bachelors of Management StudiesBA Honours Bachelors of Business AdministrationBTech (IT and Mathematics)Bachelors of Elementary EducationBA Multimedia and Mass Communication(Read: Punjab Board Class 10 Result 2016 declared: Check your scores at pseb.ac.in)2. Application form and examination dates:The date of starting to apply for admissions is May 13, 2016. Students can apply for admission till May 31, 2016Application for all courses will be online this year. Apart from regular candidates, applicants from sports and extra-curricular activities also have to apply onlineThe written examination for these courses will be held from June 19, 2016 to June 23, 2016. The results can be expected by July 4, 2016 Online registration for 54,000 candidates on cut-off basis will begin from May 28, 2016 and end on June 16, 2016(Read: Meghalaya MBOSE SSLC (class 10) results declared at www.mbose.in: Check your scores now!)3. Addition of 500 seats in Delhi University: At present there are 54,000 seats in 63 DU colleges. There could be an addition of nearly 500 seats. Following are the colleges that are either introducing new courses or adding seats to the previous ones: advertisementBhim Rao Ambedkar College will add 40 seats to History (hons) that has 872 seatsDaulat Ram College will start BSc (hons) adding 46 more seats to the existing numberIndraprastha College for Women will start BA (hons) in Sociology and GeographyKalindi College is likely to introduce honours courses in Botany, Zoology, Chemistry and GeographyAryabhatta College will introduce BSc (hons) Computer Science and BA (hons) PsychologyGargi College and DCAC are initiating honours courses in Mathematics this year(Read: Delhi University Admissions: 17 transgender students register for post-graduate courses)4. No separate registration for admission in St. Stephen’s and Jesus and Mary college:The 24-member admission committee on Monday, May 23, took a decision for all minority colleges under DU to be a part of centralised admission procedure.The minority colleges include:St. Stephen’s CollegeJesus and Mary CollegeThe two colleges will however have their independent procedures for admission after the centralised application procedure under DU.(Read: Delhi University: So slowly moves the administration )5. Three colleges run by Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) demand separate entrances as well: Sri Guru Nanak Dev (SGND) Khalsa College Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce Mata Sundari College for WomenThese colleges had asked for a minority status by the Delhi governmentand were granted so by the Delhi High Court last year. They have nowapproached the university for separate admission procedures.6. Transgender admissions encouraged at Delhi University In the first two weeks of May, students from Delhi University visited areas like Nand Nagri, Jehangirpuri, Shahadra and Tughlaqabad where most transgender communities reside togetherTransgender students in DU will be enrolled under the OBC categoryIn 2014, inclusion of the ‘other’ category (gender specification) in DU application forms brought 9 applicants, while this number increased to 66 in the year 2015 All queries of aspirants were resolved in the sessions held with students from Delhi University in their visit to transgender residing areas earlier this month.(Read: Delhi University preparing to make admissions for transgenders easy)Here’s an ‘interesting’ insight on the cut offs so far! Click here for more updates on India Today Education.
SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Giants have raced to the best record in the majors with few contributions from two of their biggest stars.Buster Posey and Matt Cain started to change that on June 6.Posey hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the eighth inning for his first long ball in more than a month, Cain made a successful return from the disabled list and the Giants won for the eighth time in 10 games by beating the New York Mets 4-2.“He’s a talented hitter,” Manager Bruce Bochy said of Posey. “We all have our ups and downs. We talk about that all the time. He saw the ball well tonight.”The big blast off Carlos Torres (2-3) capped a three-hit day for Posey, who entered the game with only four hits in his past 42 at-bats at home and no homers since May 3.Angel Pagan started the rally with a leadoff walk against Torres and advanced to second on a groundout. Posey followed with a long drive to left-center to snap a 93 at-bat homer drought as the Giants (40-21) became the first team in the majors to reach 40 wins.“In that situation you’re just trying to get something you can stay in the middle of the field with and try to get that run in from second,” Posey said. “Fortunately I got a good pitch I could handle and it went out.”Jeremy Affeldt (1-1) pitched a scoreless eighth on his 35th birthday to get the win. Sergio Romo got three outs for his 19th save in 21 chances.Daniel Murphy hit a two-run homer for the Mets, who lost their fourth straight game. The bullpen has taken all four of the losses and has a major league-worst 15 losses on the season.“He was the perfect guy,” Manager Terry Collins said of Torres. “He’s had great numbers against the Giants. He doesn’t hardly walk anybody. Buster’s made a career of getting big hits.”Cain allowed two runs and three hits in seven innings in his first start back from a stint on the disabled list for a strained right hamstring. But he got a no-decision and still has only one win in nine starts in a rough season that has included two trips to the disabled list.“We had the fastball working pretty well today,” Cain said. “We were on both sides of the plate and tried to mix some off-speed stuff after that. The big key today was getting the fastball over for strikes.”Cain was in complete control with a 1-0 lead having faced the minimum 18 batters through six innings before the Mets quickly turned the tide in the seventh.Matt den Dekker led off the inning with a double for New York’s second hit of the game and Murphy followed with his fourth home run of the season to put the Mets ahead 2-1.The Giants tied it in the bottom half when Brandon Hicks and Brandon Crawford teamed up again to produce a run. Hicks drew a two-out walk from Jonathon Niese, advanced to second on a wild pitch and scored on Crawford’s single to center.The duo produced San Francisco’s first run in the fifth when Hicks tripled and scored on Crawford’s sacrifice fly to make it 1-0.Niese allowed two runs and five hits in seven innings, extending his streak of consecutive starts allowing three earned runs or fewer to 16 but still ended up with a no-decision.“It’s tough,” he said. “You go out there and battle and you want to see the win beside your name. But it is what it is, it’s part of the game. It’ll come eventually. I have all the confidence in the offense we have here. They’re going to put up runs.”Cain retired the first 12 batters of the game before walking Curtis Granderson to lead off the fifth. Granderson was quickly erased when Andrew Brown hit into a double play.The Mets got the leadoff runner on again in the sixth when Ruben Tejada reached on an infield single. Cain once again followed that by inducing a double-play grounder by Travis d’Arnaud.(JOSH DUBOW, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shares
zoom Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) has unveiled plans to deploy a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier for its Cameron LNG project in the United States. Featuring 165,000 cbm, the LNG carrier will be owned by Diamond LNG Shipping 3 Pte. Ltd. (DLS-3), a ship-owning joint venture formed between MC, Toho LNG Shipping Co., Ltd. (TLS)1, Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. (THG) and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK).The vessel, currently under construction at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Shipbuilding’s yard, is scheduled for delivery in 2019.Following delivery, the LNG carrier will transport LNG produced at the Cameron project to Japanese Toho Gas and Tohoku Electric through Mitsubishi Corporation’s Singapore-based energy business subsidiary, Diamond Gas International.MC said that it “will continue to strengthen its LNG carrier business through projects of this nature as part of its efforts to help ensure stable energy supplies to Japan and other markets.”