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Delhi HC refuses to give urgent hearing to petitions on FYUP

PIL filed seeking orders for DU to implement UGC order for a three-year course system will be heard on July 1.

Higher indignity

Would any serious education system treat decisions like the FYUP with such whimsy?

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FYUP battle: UGC Chairman meets Irani over DU admission row

Commission has warned both DU as well as the colleges of "consequences" if they failed to implement UGC direction by this forenoon.

4-year format done,DU gets to work on credit system

The new system will also look at a possible reduction in the number of years spent for a postgraduate degree.

North to South,students vote today

In JNU,different shades of Red

V-C interacts with students to allay fears over four-year course

The V-C also hinted at bringing about more changes in the marking scheme of the four-year undergraduate programme

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10 days to new session,books for Foundation courses not ready yet

With classes for the four-year undergraduate programme set to begin from July 24,the Delhi University administration is in talks with publishers to provide study material for foundation courses to be taught in the first year.

Protest over 4-yr format reaches heart of city

Opposition to Delhi University’s four-year undergraduate programme reached the heart of Delhi as sections of teachers and students gathered at India Gate on Monday evening to demand that the new course be rolled back.

Don't ignore the disabled,grievances genuine: SC to DU

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the Delhi University (DU) to make certain that its new course structure under the four-year undergraduate programme does not connote a “machinery of failure” for the visually impaired and other disabled students and that the authorities provide all the facilities required.

At parallel Open Day,issues of 4-yr format flagged

Following the declaration of the CBSE Class XII results,the number of Delhi University aspirants rushing to the campus seeking admission related information has shot up — and so has the opposition to the four-year undergraduate programme.

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