Over 30,000 applications were received on Monday, the opening day of admissions underneath the primary cut-off record, in accordance with information shared by Delhi University.
Many school principals stated they received applications from college students who scored 100 per cent in topics for which full marks had not been sought.
The college launched its first cut-off record on October 1 with eight schools looking for excellent scores for admission to 10 programs.
According to school officers, 30,554 applications were received until 7.10 pm and a couple of,286 were authorized. Nearly 795 college students made funds.
Nearly 70,000 seats can be found throughout schools. The admission course of went fully on-line from final yr because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr Rajesh Giri, the principal of Rajdhani College, stated the method has been going on easily and the response is encouraging.
“This yr, there are extra candidates looking for admission on the primary day than earlier years. It’s totally different this yr perhaps due to college students worry they might not get an opportunity in subsequent cut-off lists on account of a restricted seats and a excessive variety of college students scoring above 95 per cent,” he stated.
“Teachers will have the ability to course of the admissions underneath subsequent cut-offs from their properties. But since that is the primary cut-off record, members of the assorted committees are performing from the school,” the principal stated, including admission of 30 candidates has been authorized.
Hansraj College, which sought 100 per cent marks for admission to BSc (Honours) Computer Science received 11 applications within the unreserved class and 12 from college students who’ve scored 100 per cent for the OBC class, which implies that they are going to be admitted underneath the unreserved class, in accordance with officers.
In whole, 38 admissions were authorized by the school.
Suman Sharma, the principal of Lady Shri Ram College, stated they’ve received over 750 applications for admissions to numerous programs.
“It’s a shock that there was an enormous rush for getting admissions to Philosophy (Honours). Seeing the present scenario, we would not open the course throughout the second cut-off record.
“The second most sought-after course is Political Science (Honours). We are seeing college students with an ideal rating making use of to programs throughout varied classes,” she stated.
Last yr, Lady Shri Ram was the one school that had pegged 100 per cent cut-off for 3 programs — BA (Hons) Political Science, BA (Hons) Psychology and BA (Hons) Economics. This yr, the minimal marks required for admission to the three programs are 99.75 per cent.
Rajesh Dwivedi, the admission convener of Arybhatta College, stated over 250 applications were received and virtually half of them were authorized.
The school has received 60 applications for BCom, out of which 50 have been authorized. Of the 83 applications for 60 seats in Political Science (Honours) 20 had been authorized, he stated.
At Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, 808 applications have been received from college students, out of which greater than 300 have been authorized, in accordance with information shared by the school.
Payal Mago, the principal of Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women stated they’ve received greater than 341 applications for practically 520 seats out there on the school. The school has seen a superb response from college students for Computer Science(Honours), BSc Biomedical Sciences, Food Technology, Maths(Hons) and Physics(Honours), she added.
Hindu College principal Anju Srivastava stated they noticed a superb turnout on the primary day. It is anticipated that admissions for Political Science(Honours) course may shut after the primary cut-off record.
The school has received over 150 applications for different programs.
Manoj Khanna, the principal of Ramjas College, stated the primary day of admissions was hectic.
“We have processed no less than 25 applications of 100 per cent scorers for BCom course for which the cut-off is 99.25 per cent. I’ve received no less than 200 applications which were advisable by departments to me. There are 4 to 5 candidates who’ve utilized for Political Science (Honours) for which the cut-off is 100 per cent.”
The Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College has pegged the cut-off for the BCom course at 100 per cent.
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