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Revision of Delhi University’s UG courses

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Upwards of five drafts will be set up by the particular boards of trustees set up for different courses, before the last accommodation to the gathering on June 20.

Delhi University (DU) has solidified on the choice to overhaul the educational modules of all the undergrad (UG) courses. The update will be based on Learning Outcome-based Framework (LOCF) issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC) a year ago. The educational programs correction is pending since 2017, according to the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) rules.

“The choice to overhaul the educational modules is to coordinate with the Industrial Revolution 4.0. There is a squeezing need to change the instructional method so as to teach worldwide qualities among understudies through the coursework. Course objective, course result, learning result, and appraisal examples will be transformed significantly,” said CS Dubey, executive, Undergraduate Curriculum Revision Committee, DU.


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Dubey said that the business is changing quickly and henceforth, courses should be refreshed with most recent data.” The current educational programs of Economics courses don’t instruct the understudies about the ongoing business changes, for example, GST deals assessment and demonetization. The amendment will enable new things to be added to the educational modules. We are endeavouring to encourage interdisciplinary learning in the educational programs of discretionary courses,” he included.

The official explanation discharged by the college likewise expressed about understudies’ interest in the educational modules update process. “Initially, there were discourses to include toppers of earlier years in the process yet the vast majority of these understudies proceed to join different colleges. At that point, there were discussions around getting postgraduate (PG) understudies to contribute. Yet, presently the dynamic understudies from the separate divisions are taking an interest in changing the educational programs,” included Dubey.

Around 7 lakh understudies will identity looking for affirmations in UG courses enlisted with Non-Collegiate Women Education Board (NCWEB), School of Open Learning (SOL) and ordinary universities in 2019-20 will pursue the changed undergrad educational programs dependent on LOCF. Delhi University offers more than 70 UG courses, of which the educational programs of 39 UG courses are being reexamined by the UGC. The board of trustees has additionally encouraged a dashboard for participative work among the instructors dealing with the modified educational modules.


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