Popular university in the capital city, Ambedkar University, Delhi (commonly known as AUD) will introduce new courses from the upcoming academic session of 2017-18. Belonging to the vocational category, these courses will be introduced at the undergraduate as well as postgraduate levels, with a total of 350 seats on offer.
Apart from that, AUD will also be adding a few more areas/subjects in the already functional M.Phil and Ph.D. courses among which the candidate can opt for a particular one based on his or her interest and choice.
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New courses introduced:
|UG Level Courses||PG Level Courses|
|Early Childhood & Development||Public Health|
|Banking & Finance||Public Policy & Governance|
|Hospitality & Tourism||Urban Studies|
|Retail Management||Global Studies|
|Law, Politics & Society|
The statutory body of the university has already approved the proposed additions to the Ph.D. and M.Phil courses. However, the academic council has not yet cleared the introduction of new courses at the UG and PG level. Once it is approved, the university will make necessary announcements with respect to the admissions to these courses. The undergraduate admission process is likely to begin in the first week of May while the postgraduate admission process will begin in the last week of April.
At present, Ambedkar University has two campuses in Delhi - one is in Karampura while the other is in Kashmere Gate. These courses will only be offered at the Karampura campus.
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