UGC asks DU to issue letters to all colleges

June 25, 2014 01:02 am | Updated May 23, 2016 06:31 pm IST - NEW DELHI:

The University Grants Commission on Tuesday issued a fresh directive to Delhi University, asking it to immediately issue letters to all its 64 colleges to admit students for the ensuing academic year under the three-year programme.

This is the third such UGC directive to the University in five days and has come on a day when Vice-Chancellor Dinesh Singh “resigned” before he was persuaded by his team-members to rethink.

In view of the widespread apprehensions of admission-seekers and their parents, the UGC also issued a statement seeking to allay fears of a further delay in admissions that have already been postponed by a week.

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