Delhi University on Thursday affirmed the execution of the choice based credit system (CBCS) from the forthcoming session, finishing disarray among applicants looking for admission to the undergraduate programmes.
The proposition was verified by the university’s official council (EC) notwithstanding difference from five individuals, who asserted that the programme is being pushed in an "undemocratic" way.
"There was no discussion on the CBCS ... There was no verbalization or consultation on it. Notwithstanding contradiction from five members the V-C passed the CBCS usage," one of the EC individuals Abha Dev Habib said.
With the admission procedure to DU's college classes for 2015-2016 session set to start this week, the colleges were in a situation on whether they ought to set up the syllabus, timetables and do workload evaluation as indicated by the needs and prerequisites of CBCS or proceed with the earlier framework.
Delhi University has been confronting feedback from different partners in regards to its "undecided" methodology and "opposing" articulations on CBCS execution.
After the HRD service had questioned the vice- chancellor recently with respect to the university’s arrangements on CBCS usage, DU had kept up an undecided stand on the issue.
In any case, a month ago it had approached workforce heads to begin planning for the take off of CBCS and had guided them to settle the syllabi, setting off a recoil from a few individuals from the varsity's official chamber who charged that the college is damaging statutory standards as the issue was never put the EC.
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