Cut-off for UG Courses using June End
New Delhi: The DU is possibly to release its first reduce-off list through the quit of this month as the Delhi High Court Friday directed the university to extend its registration date to June 22, officers stated.
Fifty-nine pm. The Delhi University’s online registration procedure had started on May 30 and turned into purported to quit on June 14 at 11. It began to release the first reduce-off listing on June 20.
“We will have to examine the order and make adjustments to the portal and other structures in the area. The first reduce-off was released on June 22, but now it will probably pop out via June 29 or 30. This would mean that the admission process might not be on time through 10 days,” a respectable stated.
Over three. Forty lakh college students had registered at the varsity portal till eleven. Forty-four pm on Friday and a pair of 38,962 had made bills. Rasal Singh, a member of the standing committee on admissions, stated there needs to be an admission branch that needs to take critiques from all the stakeholders while finalizing admission norms and have to work through the year.
He stated things are maximum possibly to be clean by using Saturday.
The High Court directed Delhi University and the University Grants Commission (UGC) to permit college students to apply for admission to undergraduate (UG) courses at the varsity for the contemporary educational consultation primarily based on the eligibility standards of 2018-19.
A bench of justices Anu Malhotra and Talwant Singh prolonged the closing date from June 14 to June 22 for college kids to apply for the undergraduate guides in DU.
Question no 1: Sir, I have read about the Big Bang theory. I wish to know more about it. Will you please tell me something about the essential features of the theory?
Answer: Yes, I shall give you a brief introduction to the Big Bang Theory. The Big Bang theory is the most commonly accepted model for the origin of the Universe since it is an experimentally derived theory. The underlying principle behind the Big Bang is that the Universe was in a compressed state 4 to 5 million years ago. After the Big Bang, the Universe started expanding, which is continuing yet. The experimental proof for this is available from outer space. The distribution of galaxies extends uniformly in all directions, and because of gravitation, they move concerning each other. They move away from the Milky Way with speeds that increase with distance, which is a piece of standing evidence for the Big Bang.
Q 2: Sir, what happened after the Big Bang?
Answer: Though this theory is accepted by and large as the only theory which explains the origin of the Universe, the theory itself postulates or, in fact, provides for a ‘hot, dense matter’ during the Big Bang. It further assumes Gravitational effects, which are of high magnitudes. As per the theory, the entire fate of the Universe was decided in five minutes after the Big bang, and after that, nothing substantial took place.
Q 3: In such a case, can I say that the Big bang supposes the existence of matter even before Big Bang?Answer: Definitely yes. Also, we should consider what the source is and what is the cause of such an enormous action. According to the law of conservation, from nothing, ‘something’ could not have come. In other words, if it could have come from nothing, laws of conservation fail. Hindu Religion states that there is an Almighty, Who is the ultimate commander from ‘Zero.’ I am not wrong if I say that there is some hesitation on the part of the scientific community itself to accept Big Bang theory because it postulates such pre-existence of the Universe,
Such pre-existence of the matter is taken as the first postulate to consider The Double Universe theory.
Q 4: Sir, it seems there are some other models for the formation of the Universe. I have read about the Steady State Model or ‘The Cosmological Principle.’ Please tell me something about it, Sir. Answer: One weakly accepted alternative theory to Big Bang was supported by none other than Albert Einstein applying his General Theory of Relativity known as ‘ Steady State Model’ or ‘The Cosmological Principle.’