UGC releases list of new UG, PG degree courses, check details

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Anupama Mehra
Assistant Manager – Content
New Delhi, Updated on Mar 28, 2022 09:52 IST

UGC has released a list of new UG, PG degree courses. Read further to know more.

UGC releases list of new UG, PG degree courses, check details

University Grants Commission (UGC) has released a list of new undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) degree courses on various streams, from  Engineering/Technology to Medicine and Surgery, Sports. UGC has released new degree courses on Bachelor of Fashion Technology, Master of Fashion Technology, Bachelor of Sports Management, Masters of Sports Management, Bachelor of Sowa-Rigpa Medicine and Surgery.

As per the higher education regulator, any degree which is not mentioned in the notification and its subsequent amendment shall be rendered as unrecognized. UGC in its official notification said that "Kindly find attached the Gazette of India notification dated October 14, 2021 and March 3, 2022 (English and Hindi)regarding the specification of new degrees/duration of some degrees under section 22 of the UGC Act, 1956, for your information and necessary action. It may be ensured that the nomenclature, leading to the award of degrees fall in line with these degrees specified by the Commission."

UGC approved new degree courses: List

Students can check the list of degree courses below:

  • Medicine And Surgery
  • Bachelor of Sowa Rigpa Medicine and Surgery (BSRMS)
  • Engineering/ Technology /Architecture/ Design
  • Bachelor of Fashion Technology (BFTech)
  • Master of Fashion Technology (MFTech)
  • Master of Fashion Management (MFM)
  • Bachelor of Urban Design (BUD)
  • Master of Urban Design (MUD)
  • Sports
  • Bachelor of Sports Management (BSM)
  • Masters of Sports Management (MSM)
  • Bachelor of Sports Science (BSS)
  • Master of Sports Science (MSS).

Meanwhile, the UGC has announced the reduction in the duration of Master of Computer Applications (MCA) to two years from three, while the course duration of Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT) increased from four to four and half years.

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