Though the University of Delhi (DU) has shifted to the four year undergraduate programme (FYUP), its Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) will continue with the three year degree. But the board will be introducing training and internship programme in the existing degree.
Anju Gupta, director, NCWEB, stated that they have no plans to change three year annual mode to the four year undergraduate programme this year. But in the current year, the students who will enroll in the institute can look forward to training and internship programmes, which will be conducted for the first time.
The board will collaborate with Delhi University Community Radio to give students technical training for four weeks. The training will include computer skills, MS Office etc. The purpose is to give students technical training and hands on experience which is essential today.
NCWEB caters to female students in Delhi and runs BA and BCom programmes through 13 DU colleges. It has about 14,000 seats. It also gives financial aid to 700 students and book bank facilities to 500 students.
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