Every year, dozens of students try to gain admission into the University of Delhi (DU), but many miss the opportunity. For those who are still willing to apply for the DU admissions can still apply as the university has opened the admission procedures.
According to the latest statement from the University, Department of Distance and Continuing Education (DDCE), School of Open Learning (SOL), Campus of Open Learning (COL), University of Delhi launches its admission process with Undergraduate Curriculum Framework (UGCF) 2022 under NEP -2020 of the academic session-2022-23.
The online admissions under DDCE, SOL, COL-DU started from October 5. Admission to undergraduate courses will be made on the basis of class 12 scre and CUET score is not required. The admission process lasts until October 31.
DU has launched six new job-oriented and professional undergraduate and postgraduate courses – BBA (FIA), BMA, BA Hons Economics, BLISc, MLISc and MBA. in distance learning mode.
Speaking at the launch of the new courses at a press conference, University of Delhi Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh said that new courses were introduced at the school after 28 years.
“SoL is currently in its 60th anniversary. No new courses have been launched at SoL in the last 28 years… Last year we decided that it was important to introduce new courses in conjunction with the changing times so that students find the courses useful,” said Singh, adding that the university had sought necessary regulatory approvals for the introduction of the courses.
The second round of admissions for regular admissions is currently underway. Students select their colleges and courses of choice. The merit list or cut-off list for selection for the varsity is expected to be released on October 10, for regular courses that enroll students based on CUET scores.
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