The 70-odd colleges of the Delhi University have 54,000 seats on offer under its four-year undergraduate programme. In an effort to make the admission process smoother and uniform, DU this year has prohibited colleges from imposing any extra eligibility criteria on students.
The court has now directed DU and the college to file detailed replies within two weeks.
DU had last year invested a large sum to purchase laptops for the first-year students.
The UGC have written to all universities, for keeping courses in 10+2+3 format.
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.
DU administration has constituted a committee to look into the issue, UGC too has constituted a committee.
But Delhi University rejects proposal
Urging the V-C to immediately hold meetings to re-structure the course, the body has sought the President’s intervention to get the ball rolling.
The first two days of admission hardly saw any students enrolling for programme courses.
The UGC had last month directed the university to scrap FYUP, which had been introduced last year, and bring back the three-year undergraduate programme.