Lots of friction came with the FYUP decision of Delhi University. Which is solved now by the order from UGC. Du finally rolls back the course to three years instead of the four year undergraduate program. However, rolling back to the three years course was not an easy transition.
DU decides to defer admissions for five vocational courses and release the cut off lists for courses of Office management and tourism, B.com-honours as well as Economics-honours.
As per the Varsity, a few vocational courses look irrelevant and cannot fetch good jobs to the students. Therefore, the college wants DU to continue with BMS (Bachelor in Management Studies) or to introduce BBS (Bachelor of Business Studies).
The college has launched BMS having 300 seats. The staff association and the admissions committee decided to put on hold admissions to 385 seats covering the courses in human resource management, management of insurance, material management, marketing and management of retail business, and marketing and management of insurance.
The president of the staff association Surender singh describes that the University shall allow the committee to retain BMS or allow to introduce BMS under three years course structure as it lies in the interest of the students.
Inderjeet Singh Dagar, the principal and chairman of the admissions committee says as he being the principal will not approve anything in defiance of UGC’s directive and according to the directive, BMS no longer exists and the decision for not issuing the five courses was made by everyone at large. Further, the University will guide him on the respective matter.