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There is good news for the students of Delhi University. Delhi University, which was in the limelight due to the clashes and high cut-off of seats at the time of admission, will now have two new centers. According to the English newspaper Times of India, Delhi University will have two new centers in Roshanpura and Shahabad Dairy area in the coming July. It has been claimed in the news that Delhi University aims to expand and develop its South-West and North-West campuses. Not only this, the purpose of Delhi University in the new centers is yet to start a college and a research center.

Last Tuesday, DU acting VC PC Joshi, Dean of Colleges Balaram Pani, and other officials visited Roshanpura near Najafgarh, where DU plans to open a college for students from rural areas. In 1989, Delhi University was allotted 10 acres of land here. Pani told that there are plans to build a college there soon. In the year 2019, the Union Ministry of Education had said that DU will build the college by 2023.

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The VC also visited Shahabad Dari, where the plant is expected to become a genetic research center. Here the University has been given 40 acres of land by the DDA. PC Joshi said that the university is seriously considering developing the Northwest Campus, which is dedicated to planting science such as agriculture, horticulture, forestry, and plant genetics teaching and research. There are also plans to set up a science-based campus with new courses.

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However, Joshi clarified that the center of the the University will be built there. He said that such centers are necessary to help cut travel for students going to North Campus for various services including certificates. They intend to introduce these facilities across the city to our new campuses. Joshi said the new campuses would help increase admissions capacity and diversify teaching. They do not have courses in agriculture or forestry. They want to develop state-of-the-art facilities and research centers for every field.

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