The first cut-off list, which is expected to be very high, will come out on late Monday following which admissions will commence from Tuesday across 64 colleges as per the courses available in 2012-13. (JPN/Agencies)
Offices of various colleges were buzzing with activity on Sunday as they worked on to make the transition from FYUP to the three-year programme smooth.
"We have our team working on various aspects of the admission process such as making changes to the website, prospectus besides issuing fresh guidelines to officials," SK Garg, president of DU Principals' Association, said.
Over 2.7 lakh students had applied for admission to DU under the now scrapped FYUP for more than 54,000 seats in 64 colleges of the varsity. The admissions were earlier to start from June 24 but delayed because of the stand-off between DU and UGC over FYUP.
With 2012-13 admission procedure being followed, the cut-off list will no more have BTech and Bachelor Management Studies (BMS) courses, which have been discontinued.
The admission to BBS and BA Hons (Business Economics) would be held on the basis of the criteria already announced for BMS admission 2014-15.
On Saturday, the DU announced fresh guidelines according to which students who have registered for the current academic year will be eligible for admission to all courses wherever they meet the criteria.
Giving another chance to those students who had missed the deadline to fill application forms, the varsity has allowed them to take admission by filling the university registration form along with the college admission form.
Additional eligibility criteria by colleges, which had been done away with making admission rules uniform for all, has been brought back. College officials and principals are expected to decide tomorrow on the riders they want to put for admission to various courses.
The guidelines were formulated by a 12-member committee of principals which were then approved by Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh.
Under pressure from UGC to act on its directive, DU on last Friday scrapped FYUP and agreed to return to the previous 3-year structure.
The first cut-off list, which is expected to be very high, will come out on late Monday following which admissions will commence from Tuesday across 64 colleges as per the courses available in 2012-13.