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93rd Convocation Ceremony of Delhi University to Take Place on November 19
The 93rd convocation ceremony of Delhi University will take place on November 19, 2016. P. Nanda, eminent jurist Professor from University of Denver Strum College of Law, will present degrees to the students for the academic session 2015-16. Prof. Nanda is the recipient of various prestigious awards, and he is also associated with the American Bar Association.
The convocation ceremony will take place at DU’s multi-purpose hall (sports complex). Yogesh Tyagi, Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University, will preside over the convocation ceremony. On this occasion, a total number of 181 medals, 666 doctoral degrees and 37 Doctorate of Medicine degrees will be awarded.
The degrees of the students who fail to attend the convocation will be conferred in absentia and shall be released to the respective colleges, faculties, institutions or departments.
The live webcast of the convocation will be broadcasted on the university’s website.
Earlier, it was announced by the varsity officials that Prime Minister Narendra Modi might attend the convocation ceremony. Due to some reasons, PM’s visit to DU has been cancelled.
DU has finally decided to host the convocation ceremony as it has been delayed for the past eight months. If everything had gone as per schedule, the convocation would have taken place in the month of March. However, it was postponed, and the varsity did not mention the reason for the postponement. The Ph.D students of the varsity expressed disappointment over the same as they had already applied for degree certificate instead.
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