The two-year undergrad (UG) degree obtained by aspirants preceding 1986 eventual treated at standard with the present-day three-year UG degree, as per a late declaration by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
Aspirants who got UG degrees before 1986 were not qualified to seek after any postgraduate (PG) degree, according to UGC Regulation, 1985.
As indicated by UGG's warning, these aspirants don't have to attempt any one-year extension course. Such degrees will be viewed as legitimate for all reasons, for example, admission to PG studies, different levels of higher studies and in addition work.
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