NDTV: The Delhi University (DU) began the admission process for three new courses – MA in Hindu Studies, Chinese Studies, and PG Diploma in Cyber Security & Law – on Tuesday.
The registration process for the courses will close on September 30. According to a DU information bulletin, the courses aim to combine traditional knowledge related to Hindu philosophy with contemporary subjects, including computer science, informatics, commerce, and political science, as well as make students proficient in Chinese along with making them aware of the latest techniques in the cyber world. The bulletin states that the programmes would emphasise both modern job aspirations and a thorough comprehension of the Hindu ethos.There are 60 seats available for the postgraduate programme, which will be divided as follows:
Admission to the MA in Chinese Studies program at the university has also commenced. The eligibility criteria for admission to this program are as follows:
A Bachelor’s degree from any recognised university in India or a foreign university with at least 50 per cent marks, along with a one-year (full-time) postgraduate Intensive Advanced Diploma Course in Chinese conducted by the University of Delhi or a UGC-recognised university.
A Bachelor’s degree in Chinese from any recognised university in India or a foreign university with a minimum of 15 years of education, along with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in the aggregate.
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