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BMS students protest outside UGC office for continuation of their course in DU

The UGC has asked the varsity to begin admissions immediately and also demanded a complete rollback of the controversial FYUP

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Students of Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS) in Delhi University protested in front of the UGC office on Monday for continuation of their course.

The Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS) course was officially scrapped yesterday and it was decided that the BTech programmes would go back to being three-year BSc course.

Delhi University will come out with its first cut-off list today for admissions to the courses under the three-year programme.

The University has rolled back the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) after the University Grants Commission (UGC) asked it to begin admissions under the three year format.

The UGC has asked the varsity to begin admissions immediately and also demanded a complete rollback of the controversial FYUP.

The decision has come after days of standoff between DU and the UGC over the Four Year Programme which had put a halt to admissions.

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