Delhi University (DU) will come out with its first cut-off list on Monday for admissions to the courses under the three-year programme.
The Delhi University has rolled back the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) after the University Grants Commission (UGC) asked it to begin admissions under the three year format. The UGC has asked the varsity to begin admissions immediately and also demanded a complete rollback of the controversial FYUP.
The decision has come after days of standoff between DU and the UGC over the Four Year Programme which had put a halt to admissions.
A day after the Delhi University Vice Chancellor announced scrapping of the controversial FYUP programme, the Academic Council of the varsity on Saturday, June 28, passed a resolution to implement the three-year undergraduate programme. Both Academic and Executive Councils pass resolution to implement three-year undergraduate programme. Read more
In a relief to hundreds of students, the Delhi University (DU) was on Sunday directed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to continue with the four-year B Tech programme for those admitted in academic year 2013-14, bringing to an end the uncertainty following rollback of the controversial FYUP. The directive by the University Grants Commission (UGC) came even as scores of B Tech and BMS students of Delhi University staged a protest outside the residence of Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani, demanding that their four-year courses should not be scrapped. Read more
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