Dr BR Ambedkar University, Delhi (AUD) has released the brochure for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses for the academic year 2021-22. The university will start registration for admission to undergraduate courses from July 12 for the session 2021-22. The university has also said that the registration for post graduate courses will start by the end of July. The entrance exam for PG programs will be conducted in August.
Undergraduate admissions will be merit-based and their cut-off will be released when CBSE and other boards will release the class 12 results.
the university 6 new programs launched
The university on Monday launched six new programs – BA Hindi, Masters of Public Health, M Voc Tourism and Hospitality Management, MA in Archeology and Heritage Management (MAHAM), MA in Conservation, Preservation and Heritage Management (MCPHM), Integrated MA in Human Ecology. With the commencement of PhD (IPHD) 2021-22, admissions brochure has been launched.
A new program Masters in Public Health was started amidst the Kovid epidemic
AUD Vice Chancellor Professor Anu Singh Lather said that a new program Masters in Public Health has been started in the midst of the Kovid epidemic. Lather also informed that a total of 64 foreign students have been shortlisted for admission to BA, MA, PhD programmes. Students from SAARC countries and African countries (Tanzania, Ghana, Malawi, South Sudan, Botswana, Somalia, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe & Zambia) have been shortlisted for admission to the university. An official statement said this year The university will offer a total of 57 UG, PG and PhD programs in 2021-22.
For the latest and more information about various Undergraduate (UG), Postgraduate (PG) and PhD (PhD) programmes, students can visit the official website of the university.