Delhi University Invites Public Opinion On Revised Curriculum

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Delhi University has invited 445 of its alumni in India and abroad and another 330 academicians from international universities to share their opinion on the proposed revised curriculum for undergraduate courses.

Professionals from various industries have also been asked to share their opinion on the proposed revised curriculum.

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The university has revised the curriculum of all 67 undergraduate programmes.

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“The revised courses were uploaded on the DU website on May 16 and approximately 265 responses have already been received on the public feedback form” C S Dubey, chairperson, Undergraduate Curriculum Revision Committee told Times of India.

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“The committee expects that by then close to 10,000 responses will come. The compiled report, based on the feedback given by stakeholders and experts, shall be sent to the respective department for further action,” CS Dubey added.

The decline to submit feedback is 31st May.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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