HC Questions Unusual Hurry By DU To Introduce 4 Year Degree

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HC Questions Unusual Hurry To Introduce 4 Year Degree At Delhi University A division bench comprising Chief Justice D Murugesan and Justice Jayant Nath of Delhi High Court questioned, in a passing reference to DU’s shift to the four-year course, the unusual hurry in the introduction of new the new format. However it declined to stay or intervene in the introduction of the 4-year degree pattern.

The High Court, Wednesday, disposed off the PIL asking DU to take into account concerns that visually challenged students will suffer if the four-year undergraduate programme is introduced. The PIL has been filed a rights organization Sambhavana.

“We are not experts, we can’t direct DU to change the curricula, and we can’t stop the four-year program. Our only concern is about facilities that are needed for disabled students so that they can take admissions,” the bench noted.

It directed DU’s empowered committee to consider Sambhavana’s grievances within a month and sought an action taken report from the vice- chancellor by July 3.

Even as it expressed concern over the fallout over shift to the new course system, HC accepted the university’s submission since an empowered committee has been set up to look into various grievances or suggestions for the four-year undergraduate programme which is to be implemented in July this year, the same can also hear apprehensions of the disabled students.

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