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UGC Issues Directives To DU On B.Tech And BMS Programme

New Delhi: The UGC has issued directives to the University of Delhi for making appropriate arrangements for students already admitted in the FYUP in the general degree courses during 2013-14 to migrate to the 3-year undergraduate programme.

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{/googleAds} While ensuring that students acquire the necessary academic and other competence during the next two academic years. In respect of the students who were admitted to the 4-year B.Tech programmes in Computer Sciences, Electronics, Food Technology, Instrumentation Electronics and Polymer Science during 2013-14, the UGC had issued an advisory to the University of Delhi that such students may continue in the said Programmes and further that the colleges which admitted students in academic year 2013-14 in these Programmes may, wherever required, obtain approval of the regulatory bodies such as UGC and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and ensure that students admitted in these Programmes are not put to any disadvantage.

The UGC had also issued an advisory to the University of Delhi in respect of students admitted in the 4-year Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme in 2013-14 stating that students already admitted during 2013-14 in the BMS Programme may continue in that Programme; however, the duration of the Programme shall be of 3 years. It was further advised that the colleges which admitted the students to the BMS Programme in 2013-14 may, wherever required, obtain approval of the regulatory bodies such as the UGC and AICTE and ensure that students admitted in the Programme are not put to any disadvantage.

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