Mumbai University does it yet again! It has extended the deadline for admissions to the Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL). Students can enrol for distance education courses till September 30 with late fees. Admissions are closed for BSc-IT and MCA courses.
The deadline extensions is for the following courses:
BA, BCom, and B Sc (Computer Science, Nautical Technology), MA, MA (Education), M.Com, MA/MSc (Maths) M Sc (IT, Computer Science), PGDFM and PGDORM.
Last year, around 80,000 students had taken admission in IDOL and this year around 74,000 candidates have already enrolled. Currently, 39,000 students are enrolled for under graduate courses and 35,000 students are enrolled for post graduate courses.
About Mumbai University:
The profile of this University carved out in 150 years of its functioning attests to its manifold achievements as the intellectual and moral powerhouse of the society. The University has always given its best to the country in general and to the city of Mumbai in particular by enthusiastically shouldering an ever-growing load of social values and opportunities.
Initially, the University concentrated its efforts on controlling teaching at the undergraduate level and in conducting examinations. Later on it took up research and the task of imparting instructions at the Post-Graduate level. This resulted in the establishment of the University Departments beginning with the School of Sociology and Civics & Politics. The independence of the country led to the re-organization of the functions and powers of the University with the passing of the Bombay University Act of 1953.