Delhi University said its much-talked about B Tech in Humanities course opened to "overwhelming" response from students, forcing it to extend the dates for submission of forms and admission.
The course, to be conducted by the university's Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC), will offer flexibility to students in chosing their subjects and will be taught under the 'meta college' concept.
The admission process started on July 25 and according to the University the response was "overwhelming" in the first week.
Given the loads of queries and interest shown by students, the University has decided to increase the ambit of the course to students currently enrolled in any programme of the University.
The last date for submission of forms is now August 17, the entrance test date has been rescheduled to August 26 from August 5.
Following a written test and an interview, students will be admitted to this four-year course which has 40 seats on offer.
The course is spread over eight semesters, and classes for the first and the last semester will be held at CIC.
In the intervening semesters, students can opt for courses in various colleges and can pursue a maximum of two semesters in one college. They will also be required to prepare innovation projects every semester.