As at Delhi University, all undergraduate programs at Ambedkar Delhi University from the upcoming academic sessions will take the form of four-year courses.
Vice-Chancellor Anu Singh Lather said the university’s statutory bodies have approved it in accordance with national education policy.
“Adapting to the new curriculum and framework under the NEP wasn’t unnatural or much of a task. Because we already have a robust system of internal assessment. Multidisciplinary courses and the university is quite forward-looking, with some of the most contemporary and relevant courses to offer. Furthermore, competence-based course, the happiness program and awareness-raising activities have been add to the UG programs, ‘she said.
Like Delhi University, AUD has also moved away from the cut-off system for undergraduate admissions this year and has adopted Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores as the basis of admissions.
In a bid to avoid vacant seats and delays to the start of the new academic session, Ambedkar University Delhi will allot 30 candidates for every available seat in its first merit list for undergraduate admissions.
According to the Vice Chancellor, the university sees a substantial number of migrations, especially to Delhi University. And since admissions this year are already delay, it has adopted over-allotment as a measure to ensure that all the seats are fill and the session begins at the earliest.
Enrollment will remain open until October 12. The university intends to publish its first merit list on a interim basis on October 18. The provisional dates of publication of the second and third lists are 24 and 28 October respectively.
Registrations opened on Monday, with AUD receiving more than 6,000 applicants. However, applicants cannot be submit until now, after the CSPS results have been report. In addition, students will be require to complete their academic details. Select their preferred programs in order of preference and pay the application fee. They can list as many program as they want.
The university will develop a separate merit list for each program based on the results of the applicants. In the event of a tie, the scores of the top four topics in the 12th standard will be take into account. If equality continues, consideration will be given to the age of the applicant. And the preference will be give to the older applicant.
Out of 19 undergraduate programs, AUD conducts admission to 18 through CUET.
AUD also offered new classes in the UG and PG categories. While B.A. (Honors) Political Science and B.B.A – Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Venture Development will now be offer to undergraduate students, M.A in criminology will be introduced to the post-university level.