The Delhi University on NEP 2020 commented that the policy will be a milestone in bringing India at par. The new education policy is subjected to bring the best in the world. The policy will provide India the required boost to make India a knowledge leader.
The authorization of the New Education Policy by the government is being considered as a positive step forward. The policy is the effect of substantial, comprehensive meetings, and highly efficient plans. Delhi University says that the NEP is expected to bring forward India’s promising future and will enable us to meet our challenges.
NTA to take charge of all DU Entrance Exams
As per the New Economic Policy, the NTA will now be conducting entrance exams for all the Universities including Delhi University. However, the NTA has been already conducting Delhi University’s DUET for the last few years.
NEP made Entrance Test-Optional For Delhi University Admissions
NEP has further made it optional for students to appear for entrance test for University admission. It signifies that there will not be a compulsion for students to appear for DU entrance exams. It is being said that the entrance system introduced by the New Education Policy is similar to the SAT exam administered for admission to the United States of America.
Multiple Exit Options in Delhi University
Multiple exit options in courses and degrees in Delhi University will imply that an undergraduate degree for various courses will be of 3-4 years. Also, the undergraduate degrees will provide multiple exit options to students studying at Delhi University. A certificate in a field or discipline will be provided if he/she exits college after finishing one year. A diploma will be offered in completing 2 years of study. Furthermore, bachelor’s degrees will be offered after completing 3 years while 4 years bachelor’s degree will be made optional. If a student pursues a 4-year degree program along with a project, the student will receive a degree with a research certificate.
The National education policy git the approval from Union Cabinet on Wednesday. The announcement further added that there will be only just one regulator for all Indian higher education institutions. Ramesh Pokhriyal further announced that M.Phil courses will no longer be offered in Universities.