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The entrance exam for admission to PG courses in Delhi University will now have only multiple choice questions. The university is likely to do away with subjective questions from the entrance exams starting this year in an attempt to ensure transparency in checking.
The amendment in Ordinance VI-B exempts scientists and professionals from fulfilling the requirement of study leave and course work which are prerequisites for pursuing PhD at Delhi University” said Malay Neerav, DU Media Coordinator and Joint Dean of welfare
“The DU Vice-Chancellor has constituted a seven-member committee to give its recommendations on the implementation of the choice-based credit system,” Joint Registrar (Academics), Ram Dutt said.
Admissions to Delhi University (DU) will finally kick start on Tuesday, two weeks behind schedule due to the controversial First Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) row. After days of endless confusion and anticipation, DU will finally open its gate to admit over 54,000 students and we bring to you the newly issued guidelines and also the old courses that have been kept intact.
New admission criteria set by Lady Shri Ram College, in addition to the already high cut-off marks in the first list issued by the Delhi University; has left many students disappointed after they failed to make it in the first cut off list.
This highly stressful situation for both parents and students has been mainly attributed to a mismatch between demand and supply. As the hike in cutoffs becomes inevitable owing to students scoring more marks, the number of seats still remains static. Following CBSE’s footsteps, various other boards have magnified their marks by allowing unusually unscientific moderation marks and grace marks.
On a meeting held on June 23, 2014 between the UGC Standing Committee, which was formed to advise Delhi University on the resumption of three year undergraduate programmes, it was decided that the students who are already admitted to the four year undergraduate programmes in the colleges under Delhi University can continue the four year B.Tech Programmes in Computer Science, Electronics, Food Technology, Instrumentation Electronics and Polymer Science and which are covered under section 22 of the UGC Act, viz. B.Tech, may continue in these programmes only for the students already admitted for academic year 2013-14.