Delhi News: Elevated road to solve traffic problem in Du


The administration will send the project to the government, good food courts will also be made

Security think camp organized at the initiative of Delhi Police and DU

Various issues related to the university and students were discussed

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New Delhi. Delhi University plans to solve the traffic problem on the roads passing through the campus. In this regard, the administration will send a project to construct a causeway on campus to the government. At the same time, the board is also working on better food stalls on campus for the students. Good food courts are created underneath. A committee will also be set up for this shortly. This information was given by Vice Chancellor Prof. Yogesh Singh

The Vice Chancellor has also called on the Registrar Dr Vikas Gupta to form a committee for the Food Court. A Joint Security Meditation Camp was organized on Wednesday at the initiative of the North District Police and Delhi University. Various issues related to the university and students were discussed in this camp organized in Geos Mess, Civil Lines. On this occasion, DU Vice Chancellor Prof. Singh said that the university administration is fully prepared for the assistance required by the university police.

DU officials in the camp drew the attention of the police on several points. At the same time, the police administration has also made information available on many schemes, including many solutions. The vice chancellor said that the fear of society, family and teachers has decreased a lot among the children, but the fear of the police is still there. The challenges of police and universities will increase in the next 10-15 years. In such a situation, it is necessary for the teachers to provide good education to the students so that their conduct and conduct is also good.

Sagar Singh Kalsi, DCP of the North District Police, provided information on security-related issues and said that 46 CCTV cameras have been installed at the Delhi University campus as part of the Safe City Project. He also elaborated on the protest sites at the university. Given the various issues raised by the department heads and college directors, the DCP has communicated that testing kits are being procured for drug cases. If the Board informs about such cases, the police will investigate the suspect on the spot and take action. On this occasion, Dean of Universities of Applied Sciences Prof. Balram Pani, Registrar Dr. Vikas Gupta, Director of DU South Delhi Campus Prof. Sriprakash Singh, Proctor Prof. Rajni Abbi, Director of SOL, Prof. Payal Mago and other officers from DU and DCP Traffic RP Meena were also present.

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