New session begins at DU; students curious about CBCS
With the beginning of Delhi University’s undergraduate academic session for 2015-2016, there was a lot of excitement and enthusiasm amongst the Freshers for a new start. This batch will be the foremost to initiate their studies under the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).
CBCS was one of the hottest topics amongst the students, who were seen very curious regarding the topic and were very informative about the merits of CBCS. The new system will not only decrease the lecturing or seminar time but will carry off the workload from students’ heads
Dinesh Singh, Vice Chancellor, took out considerate time to visit some of the colleges and interacted and mingled with the students and teachers, asking their opinions about this new system and their First day.
An interactive and sound Q/A session was carried out with the students, addressing all the doubts and queries related to the Courses, Curriculum, Cultural Societies, Transport Services and Faculties. Amidst all of the hustle, not a single query about CBCS came up. One of the most popular and cheered initiative was "cafeteria-approach" scheme directed by the UGC.
Also, students were made informed about the CBCS Oversight Committee, managed and directed under the Dean, Faculty of Science, for a smooth processing. Several universities presenting their students with Choice Based Credit System are Amity University, Noida, Ashoka University, Shiva Nadar University, Jawaharlal University and much more.