Five New Courses in Ambedkar University from this Academic Session

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Five New Courses in Ambedkar University from this Academic Session
Five New Courses in Ambedkar University from this Academic Session

Five New Courses in Ambedkar University from this Academic Session. The Ambedkar University of Delhi announced five new programs for the 2020-21 academic session in addition to its 37 existing undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) programs, the university said as it released its admission brochure on Saturday. UG’s new programs are Bachelor of Vocation (BBA) and BBA, which offer 35 seats each.

The PG programs are MBA in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Business Development (IEVD) and MA (Hindi), which offer 35 and 42 positions, respectively. AUD is also launching an MPhil course on Disability Studies with eight seats in this academic session onwards. Around 1,800 seats will be available in the next academic session for admission to the UG / PG courses.

The admission process will be carried out completely online in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. “Earlier, students used to come to the campus to get their documents verified and pay their fee. That process will be carried out online to ensure students don’t have to come to campus,” she said. Students can upload their self-attested documents online, which would be checked by university officials. While there are no measures to check for fraudulency, the university said the documents will be verified whenever students return to campus.

While the state university said it would release the admission schedule next week after consulting state authorities, it expects to begin classes for its existing students by August. “While the final call will be taken based on the prevailing situation then and government directives, we are hoping to start classes in August through a blended learning model (both online and offline classes),” Lather said.

For admission to its various UG, PG, Mphil, and Ph.D. programs, the university will give admission based on merit. While undergraduate admissions have always taken place based on Class 12 results, the university would conduct interviews and tests for PG/MPhil/Ph.D. courses. In the wake of the pandemic, the university is not sure what alternate plans will be made in this regard.

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