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DU students to make videos for foundation course

New Delhi, Oct 14 : Delhi University announced Monday the addition of a new dimension to its foundation courses, part of the controversial four-year undergraduate programme -- students will make video presentations.


In a statement issued Monday, the university said: "Students should submit video presentations, not exceeding 10 minutes, on projects directly related to the curriculum of the foundation courses being taught currently."

"The best video among all those submitted by the colleges will be uploaded on the varsity YouTube channel and would even be awarded by the university," the statement said.

The last date for the submission of the video presentation is Dec 1.

--IANS (Posted on 14-10-2013)

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