JNU Dual Degree: Now you can exit from BTech-MTech dual degree course, JNU Academic Council has approved

Now you can exit from dual degree course

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JNU BTech MTech Dual Degree Exit Options: The Academic Council meeting of JNU has approved the exit option for the students of dual degree courses in the School of Engineering.

JNU Dual Degree Exit Option: The Academic Council of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has approved the exit option for engineering students of dual courses. National Education Policy (NEP 2020) taken accordingly. University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman M Jagadesh Kumar on April 12 asked students to conduct dual courses from the same university or different universities. ,Dual Degree Course, together to allow them to do so. This dual degree Ph.D. Applicable to all academic programs except

UGC had earlier given dual degree exit option

The Academic Council meeting of JNU has approved the exit option for the students of dual degree (four-year B.Tech and one-year MTech/MS) courses in the School of Engineering. This facility is now available for those students who have taken admission in four year BTech, one year MTech, MS course from 2018-19 batch.

As per UGC guidelines, a student can pursue two academic courses either in physical or in online mode or up to two online programs simultaneously. The commission had earlier clarified that the dual-degree program would come under the multiple-entry-multiple-exit mandate in line with NEP 2020. As per the guidelines, students can choose to drop from one course and join another as per their wish.

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Opportunity to do degree, diploma and certificate courses together

Also, if a student wants to join any other extracurricular programme. So they can do so anytime during their first degree or diploma programme. Students will also be able to avail it for Undergraduate (UG), Postgraduate (PG) or Diploma and Certificate courses. Universities will be given the flexibility to decide whether they want to offer a two-degree scheme or not.