University officials said that ahead of the starting of classes, most colleges have planned orientation or induction sessions.
The highlights of the FPM programme are Financial Assistance for Fellow Program Scholars, Support to attend International Conferences/Workshops, and Contingency Grant.
Under the special cut-off list, students who were eligible for admissions in the first three cut-offs but, for some reason, were not able to take admission to their desired course or college, will be able to take admissions.
“The classes for +2 first-year students are yet to commence as the admission process is underway. The YouTube live streaming virtual classes will resume shortly. The physical mode of teaching has already begun for 2nd-year students".
All those candidates, who have been planning to get admission in any of the IGNOU courses can apply for the same online. Firstly the candidate has to register themselves (if not registered) on the official website i.e https://ignouadmission.samarth.edu.in/.
HRD ministry, last month had decided concessions available for Kashmiri migrants will also be available to non-migrant Kashmiri Pandits, for admission into higher educational institutions in other parts of the country from the 2020-21 academic session.
Significantly, the percentage stipulated by the DU for the cut-offs for the unreserved General as well as the EWS candidates is virtually the same in most of the colleges.
This detailed information will help clear all queries of the candidates appearing for the upcoming JEE Main exams.
Nearly 1.5 lakh students take admission in SOL. Most of them come from the marginalised sections of the society or government schools who could not get into regular colleges.