Delhi University on Friday remained undecided over the implementation of the Choice Based Credit Transfer Scheme (CBCS) from the upcoming academic session, even as Jamia Milia Islamia University
approved the introduction of the same.
"The Academic Council (AC) headed by the Vice Chancellor Talat Ahmed today approved the implementation of CBCS from the upcoming session," Jamia spokesperson Mukesh Ranjan said.
"The modalities and details are being worked out and UGC is also conducting various workshops across the country. The guidelines will be issued soon," he said.
On the other hand, Delhi University, which had constituted a 23-member committee to work out details for undergraduate admissions for upcoming session, has not reached a decision on the implementation yet.
"The committee had a meeting on Friday...several issues including the CBCS implementation were discussed but no decision has been reached yet," a senior varsity official said.
The delay in taking a decision comes against the backdrop of the HRD ministry raising questions over the varsity''s preparation in implementation the scheme in January this year, seeking an explanation from the VC in this regard.DU ADMISSION 2015-16 :DU admission process for UG programmes to go online
The UGC had in January laid down the guidelines and asked universities to act on them for implementation of the scheme.
They include semesterisation of the curricula, restructuring of the syllabi in the form of module, standardisation of examination and switching over to the grading system.
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