For the next academic session, the academic council of Delhi University finally approved the implementation of NEP. So, Delhi University FYUP would be implemented and followed. The National Education Policy from the next academic year would be in operation. Consequently, the undergraduate courses would be offered for four years instead of three years.
In 2013, Delhi University FYUP was implement but later got scrapped in the same year. So, for the next academic session, the varsity would implement the same structure as implemented in 2013. Moreover, it will scrap M. Phil. Course.
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- 1 HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE NATIONAL ECONOMICS OLYMPIAD CONDUCTED BY SRCC
- 2 DELHI UNIVERSITY DROPS ‘DRAUPADI’ FROM ENGLISH UG COURSE
IMPLEMENTATION OF NEP IN DELHI UNIVERSITY FYUP
The NEP implementation committee of Delhi University said that it will continue the existing undergraduate programs. Later they will allow entry and exit options to the students. So, if students at least after one year, of course, they will get a certificate. If they leave after two years, they will get a diploma. Leaving after three years will allot them with honors in the discipline. Lastly, after four years they will get honors in the discipline with research.
DIFFERENT COURSES ALONG WITH DELHI UNIVERSITY FYUP
NIC of DU said that in Delhi University FYUP, in the first three years of their undergraduate program, students have to choose another language course besides existing courses. Moreover, they have to choose social and emotional learning courses, innovation and entrepreneurship courses, and ethics and culture course. Students from the commerce background have to choose one discipline from humanities and social sciences. Moreover, they have to study six courses from the same in their third and fourth year.
DU TO SCRAP M. PHIL. PROGRAMME
On the other hand, the NIC of Delhi University will scrap the M. Phil. Program. The varsity will try to offer both one-year and two years postgraduate programs. Therefore, they will change the academic structure according to the alterations in the current environment.