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HRD questions DU’s preparations for CBCS

In a move aimed at avoiding any fiasco as it happened in the implementation of the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP), the HRD Ministry has rapped Delhi University’s V-C Dinesh Singh for declaring the rolling out plan for the choice based credit transfer scheme (CBCS).

In a communiqué to DU VC, the HRD ministry has raised questions over varsity’s plans to introduce CBCS from the coming academic session. The HRD ministry has sought a clarification from DU’s VC about the arrangements made after the varsity’s academic council this week cleared implementation of the scheme for the coming session, said ministry officials.

The communication to the varsity, they said, is to ensure students are not “misguided” about their future and the preparations made. The ministry does not want another trouble in the campus especially at a time when the fiasco over the implementation of the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) are still fresh in memory, they said.

A University spokesperson, however, said they have complied with the instructions of UGC on the system but maintained that they were unaware of the ministry’s letter.
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