The decision by Delhi University to implement the National Education Policy beginning in the next academic year has prompted a protest by varsity staff on Tuesday. The Standing Committee on Academic Matters authorised the policy's implementation from 2022 to 2023, as well as the four-year undergraduate programme and several entry and exit options for students, at its meeting on Monday.
The committee, on the other hand, postponed a discussion on the adoption of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC). The suggestions of the Standing Committee will be discussed at the Academic Council meeting on Tuesday. To examine the NEP's implementation, the university organised a 42-member high-powered committee.
The 42-member group also proposed that the university's three-year undergraduate programme be maintained, but that a four-year degree programme be added, as well as one-year and two-year postgraduate programmes be implemented. This was agreed upon throughout the meeting. The Standing Committee agreed to keep the three-year honours degree courses by incorporating them into the four-year honours degree and four-year honours degree with research.
The committee also said “the quality of the degree conferred by the university should not be compromised”, therefore the “existing structure and workload should continue along with the addition of various courses”
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