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HindustanTimes Wed,30 Jul 2014
FYUP: Polls promise good news for DU students
Aishwarya Bamzai, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, April 08, 2014
First Published: 18:20 IST(8/4/2014)
Last Updated: 13:20 IST(9/4/2014)
As Delhi goes to polls tomorrow, there seems to be a ray of hope for ­students who are enrolled in the Four Year Undergraduate Programme, or FYUP.

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As the BJP and Aam Aadmi Party have included in their respective manifestos the promise of revoking FYUP and reversing it to the three-year programme, students are hopeful that they won’t have to face the four-year heat anymore.

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For the uninitiated, DU implemented the four-year ­programme from July 2013, and it has not gone down well with the students as they feel it’s a waste of one year for them, even as the University claims that this system has more ­flexibility and a wider range of subjects to choose from.

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