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Which one is best B.Tech 3 years or B.Tech 4 years progrogramme

Controversy is going on which one is best a B.Tech 3 year or B.Tech 4 years programme. No one can decide or choose between B.Tech 3 years or B.Tech 4 year’s programme. In my opinion only single person or group person can’t decide on this. B.Tech 3 years programme will reduces quality of this this technical degree. So Delhi University students are protesting against the Delhi university demand of three years format of B.Tech. Delhi University demands from UGC, replace the Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) to three years programme.

Student’s wants their course should not be scrapped even if the three-year format replaces the controversial Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).

A student of B.Tech only knows the importance degree. There are so many students came forward to give their opinion:

On behave of every student, Arjun Malhotra a student of B.Tech in computer said that having enrolled in the University of Delhi for a B.Tech degree, we expect that we obtain the same and none of our rights are violated and requested for the same. The students demanded that the course should not be converted to B.SC and continue to be of four years. If B.Tech degree is converted into B.SC, our future will be doldrums. B.Tech should be treated independent of the FYUP.

Another B.Tech student Ansh said, "If only our batch, that is batch of 2013, gets a B.Tech degree and the course is discontinued for the subsequent batches, then it is quite likely that the degree won't hold any market value.

"Also, there are a large number of applicants who wish to enrol in the B.Tech program this year so it is necessary to keep in mind their interests," he added.

Result of Controversy:

  • Ever since UGC directed DU to roll back FYUP and conduct admission for three-year programme there has been uncertainty over the admission process that involves the fate of over 2.7 lakh students clamouring for 54,000 seats in 64 colleges.
  • Principals of the colleges affiliated to DU decided to defer the admission process that was to start yesterday for the new academic session.

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