Scrapping of examinations will now make the process of admissions more tedious and circuitous at the graduate level in both professional and conventional courses.
A college principal, requesting anonymity, said they have started holding meetings at their level to analyse the cut-off trend.
College principals said that they are expecting lesser number of students on Wednesday since a majority of those who are from outside Delhi won't be able to make it.
Vice-chancellor of the university PC Joshi said that they launched this programme under the social responsibility of the university towards the environment.
According to the DU guidelines, all the teaching and non-teaching staffs must have both doses of Covid vaccine.
Seven year after it was scrapped, the Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) has made a re-entry in Delhi University in a new avatar, with Multiple Exit and Entry System (MEES).
According to a university official, a meeting of senior officials was held on Wednesday and the varsity might open from next week.
IIT Ropar’s startup company, Urban Air Laboratory, that has developed the product claims it to be world’s first, state-of-the-art ‘Smart Bio-Filter’ that can make the air fresh.
As per the advisory, educational institutes are allowed to function at only 50 per cent capacity.
The office bearers of the ABVP and the DUSU also registered their protest in a unique manner, handing over roses to the members of the executive council.
It will be implemented from the next academic session, 2022-23. As per EC members, three members dissented with the decision.
The multiple entry/exit scheme (MEES), where students will be able to enter and exit the programme at various stages, and the Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) were also approved at the meeting.
Students from weaker sections could be burdened by expenses for additional academic year
In the national capital, Delhi University Student Union (DUSU) election is one of the most hotly contested student polls.
They will come up for discussion in the meeting on Tuesday and are likely to be approved and the Executive Council (EC) is the highest decision making body of the university.