Despite all the hurdles in implementing choice-based credit system (CBCS), the structure and syllabi of CBCS is on the tables now for the approval from the academic council.
Over 90 courses will be tabled for approval at the academic council meeting that will be held on July 13.
If the structure and syllabi shall be approved, the candidates taking admissions now will likely study under the CBCS programme.
The University Grants Commission's statement on the review meeting of central university vice-chancellors with HRD Ministry officials says, all of them have, "assured that their preparations are complete and that they will be starting CBCS this academic season."
DU will be in a unique position of running three different programmes for three levels of undergraduate students in 2015-16.
According to the Kirori Mal College staff association, for those students in the 3rd year of the FYUP batch will complete a 3 year curriculum squeezed into two; second-year students in the semester system that DU reverted to when FYUP was rolled back, and the ones taking admission this year, will all get CBCS.