The Delhi University has received over 47,291 applications for admission under the first cut-off list with 7,167 college students finishing the method by paying the charges.
As many as 9,114 applications have been accredited by principals throughout faculties. The college launched its first cut-off list on October 1 and the admissions to almost 70,000 seats commenced on Monday.
At Hindu College, most of those that took admissions to Political Science(Honours) is from Kerala State Board.
There have been 70 accredited admissions to BA (Honours) Political Science which has a cut-off of 100 per cent for the unreserved class, together with three to 4 admissions under the EWS class, 11 under the OBC class and 6 to seven under the SC/ST class.
“It’s the identical story yearly. If you’ve 100 per cent (cut-off), then additionally you’ve over-admissions. We should work on the way to have interaction extra academics and preserve a very good teacher-student ratio,” principal Anju Srivastava mentioned.
Last month, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had directed central universities to refill 6,200 vacancies of professors.
At Miranda House, the unreserved seats for Political Science (Honours) course have been crammed and there’s a chance that within the second list, solely be seats out there under the reserved classes will likely be out there. Many full marks scorers have utilized for admission.
At Ramjas College, 350 applications have been received until now and practically 200 have been accredited. As many as 62 college students have paid the charges.
At Deen Daya Upadhyaya College, of 650 applications received, 110 have been accredited. Certificates of fifty college students are pending verification whereas the admission of 250 college students has been rejected.
The school has received most applications for the BA programme at 100 whereas there have been zero admissions to BSc (Honours) Computer Science for which the cut-off has been pegged at 100 per cent.
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College has not received eligible candidates for the BCom programme for which the minimal marks required for admission are 100 per cent.
“We have 30 seats for the course and we saved the cut-off at 100 per cent in order that college students who wouldn’t have arithmetic can apply for the course. Till now, we’ve got had applications, however they weren’t discovered to be eligible,” mentioned school principal Dr Jaswinder Singh.
Aryabhatta College has received 569 applications of which 341 have been accredited. The school has had 100 admissions for 60 seats in BA (Honours) Political Science, together with 70 from the unreserved class.
Even for the BA programme for the mix of political science and historical past, there have been 100 admissions to 60 seats out there under the course, mentioned convener(admissions) Rajesh Dwivedi.
“When there are over admissions, it poses an issue. Our school rooms can accommodate 68 college students so we should create two sections. In on-line courses, academics can educate any variety of college students however at any time when bodily courses resume there will likely be an issue. Teachers will likely be stretched,” he mentioned.
However, many college students who’re but to pay the charges. The deadline for paying the charges is Friday night, so faculties will get to know the precise standing on Saturday morning.
“In case there are over admissions to the unreserved seats, the universities are mandated to proportionally improve seats under the SC/ST and OBC classes. We will wait and watch the scenario until the second and third lists after which determine,” he mentioned.
Hansraj College has had 132 admissions in BSc (Honours) as in opposition to 758 seats whereas 148 admissions have taken place in opposition to 956 seats for BA (honours) and BA programmes.
At Atma Ram Santana Dharma College, 215 applications have been accredited with most admissions taking place BA programme, Hindi (Honours), Economics (Honours) and BCom programme. In Rajdhani College, 189 admissions have taken place in opposition to a complete of 1,194 seats out there within the school.
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