DU had last year invested a large sum to purchase laptops for the first-year students.
On Day 1 of rollback to 3-year format, second-year students say they have no clear instructions
The university admin has issued guidelines to colleges to restructure the “erstwhile” four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP).
DU informed Delhi HC that it was changing its stand on the implementation of the reservation policy for appointment of assistant profs.
The UGC have written to all universities, for keeping courses in 10+2+3 format.
Speculation arose that the session might be delayed due to the requirement of restructuring the courses.
Delay in undergraduate admissions owing to the FYUP controversy has put admissions for both courses on hold, CIC officials said.
Many colleges are either contemplating doing away with services or have already sacked ad-hoc teachers.
University community feel that enough time has not been given to the departments to frame the courses.
The university had formed a committee of principals to advise on the restructuring.
The governing body has received written complaints about malpractices in such admissions: Chairman
DU administration has constituted a committee to look into the issue, UGC too has constituted a committee.
The removal of the BTech tag has affected the demand for the course, said Jha.
According to the first cut-off list, a section of students will require a 100 per cent cut-off for admission to Computer Science (H) at ARSD, ANDC and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College.
This year, an unprecedented number of students secured more than 95 per cent marks in CBSE Class XII exams.