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UGC: btech engineering mbbs medical PhD MPhil are banned from distance online odl mode learning see list – UGC: These 20 courses including engineering, medical, PhD and MPhil are banned from distance and online mode, see list, Education News

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University Grants Commission (UGC) has released the list of subjects in which courses related to open distance learning and online mode are banned. UGC has banned doing these courses through open distance and online mode. The list released by UGC includes engineering, medical, physiotherapy, pharmacy, nursing, law, agriculture and many other courses. UGC has said that PhD and MPhil also cannot be done through distance and online mode.

See full list here
1. Engineering
2. Medical
3. Physiotherapy
4. Occupational Therapy and other Para Medical Faculty
5. Pharmacy
6. Nursing
7. Dental
8. Architecture
9. Law
10. Agriculture
11. Horticulture
12. Hotel Management
13. Catering Technology
14. Culinary Sciences
15. Aircraft Maintenance
16. Visual Arts and Sports
17. Aviation
18. Yoga and Tourism, Hospitality Management courses at UG and PG level.
19. MPhil
20. PhD

PhD: Exam will have to be given for admission in PhD, UGC NET and JRF candidates are exempted

UGC has also mentioned in the notice the names of those institutions which have been banned from offering ODL and online courses. These institutions have been put in ‘no admission category’ for the session starting February 2024. These institutions are-
Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Maharashtra – Ban on admission in ODL courses for the academic session February 2024.

Sri Venkateshwara University, Andhra Pradesh – Admission not allowed in ODL courses for the academic session February 2024.

Periyar University, Tamil Nadu – Admission not allowed in ODL courses for the academic session February 2024.

UG final year students can also study in the fourth year for Honors degree.
UGC has permitted all third/final year Undergraduate (UG) students to pursue fourth year studies to pursue Honors or Research degree. These students will now be able to register under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). According to the UGC circular, however, these students will have to choose a college which has a post graduate center to pursue their fourth year studies. Also, a bridge course will have to be done to cover the gap. This bridge course will be decided by the respective universities only.