Delhi University has ended its admissions for the fifth-cut off list on Tuesday in its undergraduate courses for the session 2014-15.
DU has officially announced that its new session will begin on July 21, 2014. The fifth cut-off list was made available to the candidates on Monday and the last date for the admissions in the available courses and colleges was July 15, 2014.
A statement from the registrar’s office of varsity read : “University of Delhi wishes to reassure students and faculty alike that the university shall reopen in full measure on July 21, 2014.“
The change in the undergraduate structure from four year undergraduate programme to three year undergraduate programme after continuous protests threw an air of uncertainty among DU aspirants with speculations of delay in start of the academic session for 2014-15. The principals of DU colleges convened a general body meeting on Tuesday to discuss the crisis. This new developments comes as a relief for many students and parents both.
The registrar’s statement said : “Students and faculty are requested to report to their respective colleges to receive their various teaching and time table schedules. All processes required to enable this teaching schedule are being taken care of. In particular, the committee of courses of each department has already met to prescribe the teaching programme for the students of all disciplines for the first, second and third year of the undergraduate programmes.“
The varsity had decided in its emergent Academic Council and Executive Council meetings for the restructuring of the erstwhile four year undergraduate programme 2013-14 to three year undergraduate programme for the students already enrolled in the 2013-14 programme. A committee of principals formed by the University will advise on this restructuring.