The abolition of the four-year undergraduate programme may have brought cheer for many. But it had ushered in some academic reforms, which are now gone. Many teachers, in hushed tones, admit they are going to miss them.
The combined cut-off list on DU’s official website showed 90% in economics (hons) and 76% in life sciences for for Khalsa College. But the list on the Khalsa College website showed 97% in economics and 86.33% in life sciences.
The UGC on Sunday directed DU to continue with the four-year B.Tech course only for students admitted last year, ending uncertainty following the rollback of the controversial four-year undergraduate programme. DU admissions start July 1, FYUP courses scrapped
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.
In an effort to expedite the massively delayed admission process at DU, the 12-member principals' committee suggested that colleges send their cut-offs to the university by Monday evening. Read: No clarity for those enrolled under FYUP
The UGC had verbally assured BTech students that their future would not be harmed in a FYUP rollback but students want a concrete assurance.
The same Delhi University Academic Council that passed a resolution to scrap the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) on Saturday had supported the course, albeit with a few changes, just a week back.
On Saturday, the university’s decision-making bodies, in emergency meetings, declared that the university would go back to the curriculum it followed in 2012.
The Delhi University has officially scrapped the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) but the fate of those who were enrolled into the course last year is still not clear.
An old refrain is once again being heard in DU's corridors: Its teachers are averse to any change in curriculum as it would mean having to part with their notes — some several decades old — and work afresh on their lectures.
The city’s colleges will come out with their first cut-off lists on Monday and admissions will finally kick off Tuesday as Delhi University formally scrapped the controversial four-year undergraduate programme on Saturday.
Delhi University formally scrapped its controversial FYUP after a resolution to revert back to the three-year format was passed by the varsity's academic and executive councils.