Students from the School of Open Learning (SOL) and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) will now be able to take admission in any college affiliated to the University of Delhi (DU) in their second year. Director, SOL, Chandra Shekhar Dubey said, “With the Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) being applicable to SOL and NCWEB as well, students across DU are studying the same curriculum. This will enable students from the distance mode to fill in seats vacated in regular mode, not only in DU but also in any regular college of the country.”
“Every year, there are several seats that are left vacant in the second year due to a candidate leaving, failing to pass or changing their college. Each college thereafter releases a cut-off of marks required to fill those seats. Students making it through the cut-off will have to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from both colleges (the one they are shifting from and the one seeking transfer too) and their seat will be shifted,” said Dubey. Students can also seek transfer from one college to another, in the same mode.
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Under the CBCS system, a new curriculum has been introduced for students in the distance learning mode along with options of choosing elective courses which were available only in regular mode.
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