DU's new initiative: DU will launch CES scheme next year, second university students will get a chance to study here
Delhi University is working on many new schemes in its centenary celebrations celebrations. Under these, the university has launched a new scheme called Competition Inhaensment Scheme, which has also been approved in the Academic Council meeting. This scheme follows the rules of the new education policy and is made accordingly.
Under it, students studying in other institutions and universities will also be able to study in some courses of DU. The scheme has been approved in the university's Academic Council meeting. The scheme will be implemented next year i.e. from the beginning of 2023.Read more: Arbaaz Khan Girl Friend: Arbaaz Khan's girlfriend Georgia, wearing an open dress from all sides, wished boyfriends as Koji
In these courses, it will be studied
Under this scheme, undergraduate and post graduate level courses being run at the level. Admission can be taken in some. For this, other universities, institutes or people working somewhere can apply. With this, they can strengthen their hold on that subject by studying a particular subject. This is a compute -enhancing scheme. Under this, candidates of other institutes can also apply for studies in DU. To increase efficiency with. With this help, people will be able to increase business by earning new skills and technology. Also, management courses will improve the management skills of the management personnel of lower and middle level. The Vice Chancellor said that people who could not get the necessary qualifications due to socio-economic or any other reason will get a chance to get higher education with the help of this scheme.
Admission based on merit
Under this scheme, admission will be done only on the basis of availability and merit of seats. The number of seats in the courses available for this scheme will be up to 10% of the total number of classes of that course. There will be a separate provision of these 10% seats in the course. Registration for the course and validity
registration for any course under the scheme will be done on the basis of qualification. Candidates who are already nominated as regular students or employed employees in another university or institute, will have to submit a no objection certificate from the original university, institute or its employer at the time of registration in DU. Registration of candidates for some courses will be valid only for the same semester. Live, if he wants to get a credit from such a course and take the related certificate, he will have to register again for that course. A candidate will be allowed to register for a maximum of two courses or eight credits in one semester. For these candidates, the method of checking the answer sheet will be the same as regular students.
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