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SUSHIL KUMAR VERMA Students of All India Democratic Students Organisation staging a protest against the four-year graduation course at Delhi University in New Delhi on April 22.

The unseemly haste with which Delhi University is pushing ahead with a four-year programme to replace the existing three-year course smacks of high-handedness.

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I think that the Four-Year integrated innovation could be much useful and benificial for students. The new course will include certain topics from Masters and would ease the path to higher studies. I wish that the DU students should adopt this change.
from:  Majid Alam
Posted on: May 10, 2013 at 01:07 IST
Being a part of the DU, I can assure that the author is spot on in his statements. Hats off to such a wonderful write-up.
from:  Gagan
Posted on: May 7, 2013 at 20:42 IST
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