This is a guest post by some STUDENTS OF ST. STEPHEN’S COLLEGE, Delhi Over the past one year Delhi University has been subjected to significant changes in the name of academic excellence, and many more changes are in the offing, like an un-thought-out introduction of the four-year undergraduate course. Teachers and students who have voiced … More Of campus democracy and academic excellence: Students of St. Stephen’s College
This is a guest post by Anonymous It is over two months since policemen and others allegedly molested women students of Delhi University as they protested against Narendra Modi’s presence at a college event within the University Campus. Not a word of support or concern has emerged from the Vice Chancellor. Instead, cases have been … More The Silence of the Protector: Anonymous
Guest post by SABA DEWAN (For Vrinda, Uma, Sukhpreet, Dipta and all of us who found strength in each other to raise our voices in protest…) A few months back I visited St. Stephen’s College in Delhi University for a screening organized by the students there of my film, ‘The Other Song.’ It was my … More Of chick charts, hen charts and other such women’s stories: Saba Dewan
This appeal comes to us via MAYA JOHN Friends, Since January of 2012, residents of Delhi University’s largest postgraduate women’s hostel, University Hostel for Women (UHW) have been waging a battle against outright suppression of their democratic rights by, both, their hostel authorities and the University’s Proctorial Committee. Since the hostel’s Chairperson is also the Proctor of the … More Does democracy stop at the doorstep of the women’s hostel?