According to a new draught rule, college students must complete four years of study instead of just three.

University Grants Commission draft guidelines for students to earn honours degree in four years . Currently, students earn an honours degree after attending three years of undergraduate study .

According to new draft guidelines prepared by the University Grants Commission (UGC), students will be able to obtain an undergraduate Honours degree in four years rather than three, and a UG honours degree in four years after completing 160 credits.According to the draft, students who have already registered and are planning on completing a three-year UG program as part of the existing Choice Based Credit Scheme (CBCS) are eligible to pursue a four-year undergraduate program (FYUP).According to the FYUP, the university will provide bridge courses (including online) to students who wish to transfer to the extended course.Currently, students earn an honours degree after attending three years of undergraduate study.

For a 3-year/4-year UG degree to be awarded a single major, students must complete the course in the document.

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