The proposal for DU's entrance exam has been approved by the admissions committee and has reached NTA who has given a nod to the proposal. The rules for the exam will be discussed in the upcoming meeting of the academic council (AC) only after the approval will this be implemented, as per the varsity rules.
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This was decided in a meeting of DU’s Standing Committee of the Academic Council Thursday, as part of changes to the admission process. The final decision rests with the Academic Council. The Vice-Chancellor, however, may also use his power to pass the decisions.
Since the recommendations are based on regulations framed by UGC and other authorities, the committee reportedly said that making changes in the framework is not under its purview. DUTA has decided to approach the HRD Ministry and UGC itself.
JMI admissions 2019: Forms for the B.Tech, B.Arch programmes will be available till March 30 and for M.Phil and PhD programme the process will end on April 12, 2019. Candidates will have to clear entrance exams to be eligible for admissions.