Refuting reports that the restructuring of courses for last year`s batch of students enrolled under four-year undergraduate programme might lead to delay in commencing the new academic session, Delhi University on Wednesday reaffirmed that the session will begin on July 21 as per schedule.
Delhi University announced its fourth cut-off list Thursday night, with most colleges closing admission to popular undergraduate programmes, but a few others reopening admission to some courses after withdrawals.
As the admission procedure is all set to begin in various Delhi University colleges here from tomorrow, Sri Ram College of Commerce, Ramjas College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College on Monday were among the first to announce their cut-off lists which will be deciding the fate of over two lakh DU aspirants.
In a breather for the B Tech students enrolled in courses last year, the University Grants Commission has permitted the Delhi University to continue with the course that the students enrolled for in 2013.
Scores of BTech and BMS students of Delhi University on Sunday staged a protest outside the residence of Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani, demanding that their four-year courses should not be scrapped.
Facing severe criticism from various students` organisations, academicians and political parties for delaying the admission process, the Delhi University (DU) on Friday agreed to comply with the University Grants Commission`s order to scrap its Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).
Facing criticism for delay in admissions, the Delhi University (DU) on Thursday sent a new proposal to the University Grants Commission (UGC) that the Honours courses run by the varsity can be reverted back to the three year format while the B.Tech course can continue to be a four year one.
University of Delhi`s Four-Year Undergraduate Programme — The ongoing strife between the groups favouring and opposing the University of Delhi`s Four-Year Undergraduate Programme took an uly turn on Monday when a teacher supporting the FYUP was assaulted in the campus.
The standing committee set up by the University Grants Commission to advise Delhi University to scrap the four-year under-graduate programme and revert to the three-year course will meet here Monday at 4 pm, said a committee member.