The newly appointed vice-chancellor of the University of Delhi said the Four Year Undergraduate Programs (FYUP) will be implemented soon. Moreover, it will be not the same as the DYUP policy adopted earlier.
FYUP is planned to start from academic 2022-23, however, this is not the first time the policy has been executed. Delhi University had earlier aimed to implement FYUP in 2013, but it was withdrawn after protests by academicians and students.
According to the new FYUP students are allowed multiple entries and exit options. Candidates will have the option to decide either they want a three-year Hons or four-year Hons degree or four-year Hons in a discipline with research.
The newly appointed vice-chancellor of DU, Professor Yogesh Singh said a UG degree is of 2 years and a PG degree is of 2 years. However, with the implementation of the FYUP, candidates can complete their UG and PG within 4 years. He further added that they believe that if students are permitted to choose courses of their interest they can perform well.
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Teachers and students have been disagreeing with the implementation of FYUP from 2022. They have also requested a detailed discussion on NEP among all stakeholders. Numerous academicians also think it will increase the fees. And it will be a disadvantage for the marginalized.
As per the survey directed in 2013, students will have to pay approximately Rs. 1.5 to Rs. 2 lakhs per year for staying in Delhi and for their education from DU under the FYUP.
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For common entrance tests, UG courses Singh explains India should work on exam patterns to recognize the skill or interest of candidates. He further added that rather than selection, right now the exam pattern is more of a filtration.