Meta College off to a good start
Apart from studying in various DU colleges, students will get an opportunity to be mentored by teachers from other institutes.delhi Updated: Jul 28, 2012 01:07 IST
The new academic session at Delhi University (DU) brought in a wave of change as the varsity started its Meta College programme with the introduction of BTech in Humanities course.
Students will now have a myriad options to pick from as their core specialisation area. While the course will be conducted by the Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC), students will have the option of choosing between journalism, education counselling, historical tourism, art and design.
For those who take up the course, not only will there be an opportunity to study across different DU colleges, but other institutes such as the Institute of Lifelong Learning and Central Institute of Education (DU) and AJK Mass Communication Research Centre of Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) University.
"It is a great opportunity for students to explore different disciplines and use their practical and theoretical knowledge in their research projects. These students will also be mentored by some great minds from other institutes, which will give them a wide exposure," said vice chancellor, Dinesh Singh.
Singh also added that students who graduated four years hence would be at par with some of the best minds from the country, the novelty of the course notwithstanding.