Allahabad University has announced the schedule for counselling of undergraduate courses in BCom and BSc. The counselling will begin from July 7. The counselling for BA courses will likely be held from July 14.
Admission Cell director Prof BN Singh said the counselling for various combinations of subjects under BSc and BCom will start from July 7.
The counselling, reporting time for which will be from 9am to 11.30am, will be held at Pravesh Bhawan, Chatham Line of AU. Admissions will be done from 12pm to 4pm.
On July 7, the candidates, irrespective of their category, with total marks of 199 and above in the merit list should report at Pravesh Bhawan. Likewise, ST candidates who have scored 67 and above marks should also come on the same date. On July 8, candidates with 125 and above marks of SC category and all ST category should report while on July 9, merit holder of 125 and above marks of SC category along with all ST category should report.
For BSc counseling, admission will be open for all candidates, irrespective of their individual category, for BSc (Bio), eligibility BSc (Bio) and BSc (Bio pulse Home Science) and merit 148 and above marks.
On July 8, admission will be open for OBC candidates for BSc (Bio) with merit 118 and above marks and SC category candidates scoring 101 and above marks along with all ST candidates. On July 9, admission will be done for candidates of all categories for BSc (Maths) and candidates scoring merit of 191 and above marks.
On July 10, admission will be done for OBC candidates, BSc (Maths), merit 159 and above marks and SC candidates scored 108 and above marks and all ST candidates.
On July 11, admission will be done for BSc (Home Science), (candidate of all categories) with merit 91 and above marks, 70 and above marks for candidate of OBC categories, 41 and above marks for candidates of SC categories and all ST candidates.
Admission Cell director said each candidate, who has cleared the entrance test, has to come along with different documents including admit card (original), one set each of high school marksheet, high school certificate and intermediate marksheet.
The candidates should also bring the original Transfer/Migration certificate along with different weightage certificates and testimonials. The candidates have to bring the fee, as mentioned in admission bulletin, in cash which would be deposited at the time of taking admission.
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The government has revised the fee structure for undergradute and post graduate courses in government and aided colleges resulting in significant increase in academic expenses across the state.
The across-the-board revision covers tution fees, lab fee, hostel rent, and for almost all the services provided by the Collegiate Education Department, Technical Education Department and law colleges. The new fee structure will come into force from the 2012-2013 academic year.
Under the new fee structure, the tution fees for BA, B.Sc and B.Com courses have been increased from Rs 660 per annum to Rs 1000 per annum. For B.Sc Electronics, B.Sc Computer Science and B.Sc Biotechnology courses, the new fee would be Rs 3000 instead of the current Rs 2250.
For PG courses the fees has been hiked from Rs 1200 to Rs 1800. The new tution fee for B.Ed and M.Ed courses would be Rs 2000 and Rs 3000 respectively. The special fees for UG and PG courses, including fees for Laboratory, Library, Magazine, Association, and Stationary fee, have also been increased to the tune of 25% to 100%.
The government decision follows the proposal by the Director of Collegiate Education calling for an upward revision of fees. The order to the effect, signed by Dr. K M Abraham, Principal Secretary, Higher Education Department, has been dispatched to the colleges across the state.
Delhi University's undergraduate courses may undergo a sea change from 2013. Another year will be added to the existing three-year undergraduate courses - BA, BCom and BSc - and the courses will be restructured to offer an exit option midway, with an alternative to rejoin later and complete the course.
Students will also have the option of knocking off one or two papers and instead use credits earned through sports or other extracurricular activities to finish the courses. What's more, students can earn three degrees through this four-year programme.
"We propose to launch the four-year courses from the 2013-14 session. It will be a transdisciplinary course with multiple exit options. As we are simultaneously revamping our open learning system, undergraduate students at colleges will be allowed to complete a semester through open learning and the credits will be counted," said DU vice-chancellor Dinesh Singh.
According to DU administration, the blueprint is ready and consultations with teachers and other stakeholders are on. The administration also plans to bring the proposal up for discussion at a teachers' congress in June. "After taking teachers' input, the plan will be put up at a teachers' congress. Finally, the proposal will be placed before the academic and executive councils of DU," said Singh.
The programme will offer students two exit options during the course - at the end of second and third years. If a student decides to opt out of the course after completion of the first two years, he/she will get an associate degree. At the end of third year, the student can opt out with a bachelor's degree. If the student completes four years, an honours degree will be awarded.
"Even the two-year associate degree will be embedded with enough training to enable a student to become an elementary teacher. Students who opt out after completing second and third years will get 10 years to return and complete the course," said Singh.
"In future, we would like to offer credits to students travelling in the Gyan Uday Express and doing projects," Singh added.
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This exam season has been marked by one major gaffe after the other, including a paper leak. And students' trauma continues. So far the only BCom students were at the receiving end, on Monday, BSc and BA students were affected too.
The TYBSc Physics paper-I was not held on Monday and candidates who reached the centre were asked to return on Tuesday. But the time-table on the university website continues to show the paper in question as scheduled for April 2. "I went to my exam centre (Bhavan's College, Andheri) for the Physics paper-I, but I was told the university had postponed the exam by a day. Many of us returned home," said a student.
S M Suryawanshi, in-charge controller of examinations, said, "Since some of the optional papers for science students were overlapping, we changed the time-table for the paper in the first week of January. On January 16, we released a circular to the colleges and uploaded it on the site. It was the colleges' responsibility to inform students about the change." Clearly, students were clueless about this change. Suryawanshi too had no answer when asked why the change did not reflect in the main time-table on the website.
Monday saw another slip-up on the part of the university when students of the old course for TYBSc (physical chemistry) were permitted to register for the same, but were asked to take the paper as per the revised syllabus. These students had filled their exam forms from BN Bandodkar College, Thane, stating they would like to the take the exam based on the old course. Their forms were accepted by the college and the university too. But the syllabus was revised in March 2010 and science dean Madhuri Pejavar said students are allowed only three attempts after the syllabus change. "I do not know how the university accepted their exam forms for the old syllabus, as it ceases to exist. The students should not have got their hall tickets or should have been informed that they need to take the revised syllabus exam," said an official.
Arts students weren't spared either. The revised (80 marks) and old (100 marks) papers of TYBA (psychology) had identical questions, barring an additional one for students of the old course. P G Jogdand, dean of Arts, said he was unaware how this had happened.
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While the Marketing and Human Resource Management paper for the revised course and new pattern had leaked before the exam on March 28, the university has decided to hold a re-exam for all 85,440 students, including freshers, old course (Management and Production Planning) and those who were taking the exam under the revised course-old pattern. On its website, the university put out the new circular stating that all students would have to take the exam again. The exam centre and the time remain the same.