Madhya Pradesh government has decided in coordination committee to revise syllabus of 25 undergraduate courses including five courses that DAVV has got to ensure they become more employable.
Following instructions of directorate of higher education (DHE), the varsity has decided to revise curriculum of mathematics, computer science, commerce, statistics and management studies.
“As per letter received from Vallabh Bhawan, varsity will have to get revision done for five subjects. The purpose is to inculcate quality education, which will make students more employable. Two-day workshop for each subject will be conducted from December 16 to January 2 for revision of these subjects,” vice chancellor of DAVV Dr Renu Jain told
This revision will be conducted by 25 faculty members of Madhya Pradesh along with two external experts from other states, she added.
During the meeting, it was also decided that the varsity will open registration window for doctoral entrance test from December 4 till December 10.
Those candidates, who have already registered themselves for the exam that is to be conducted on December 22, will not have to register again, media spokesperson of DAVV Dr Chandan Gupta told