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In Delhi University More Than 40 Thousand Seats Will Be Filled Only In The Second Cut Off

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Vikas Kumar
Updated Tue, 12 Oct 2021 01:57 AM IST

Summary

There is a brake on cancellation of admission in Delhi University’s undergraduate courses as compared to last year. Four to 45 admissions were canceled in colleges on the first day itself. The way shifting has been reduced, there will be less chance of admission in the third cut off of many colleges.

In the second cut-off of Delhi University, more than 40 thousand seats can be filled out of total 70 thousand seats in undergraduate courses. In fact, on the first day of the second cut off, 2103 students took admission by paying the fees. While there are still two days left for the second cut off admission. If the admission figures of the second cut-off are added to the first cut-off, 38, 233 admissions have been done so far. A total of 36,130 students had enrolled in the first cut off.

A total of 29,086 students applied for various courses on the first day of admission for the second cut-off which began on Monday. The colleges approved 2593 admissions. Whereas 2103 confirmed the admission by paying the course fee. How many admissions were canceled in the second cut-off, it has not been informed by the administration.

brake on cancellation of admission in DU
There is a brake on cancellation of admission in Delhi University’s undergraduate courses as compared to last year. Four to 45 admissions were canceled in colleges on the first day itself. The way shifting has been reduced, there will be less chance of admission in the third cut off of many colleges.

At the same time, the pace of admission for the second cut-off started on Monday was fast. On Monday, more than 20 to 150 admissions took place in many colleges. In such a situation, in many colleges, the courses where seats are less, the admissions will be closed after the second cut off. On the first day of the second cut-off, students deliberately enrolled after a lot of inquiry and got it canceled. The cut off released on Saturday has seen a drop from 0.25 per cent to three per cent. Therefore, students canceled admission from one college in the desire of better college and course.

In fact, more than half of the DU seats were filled in the first cut-off itself. In such a situation, students have limited options in the second cut off of colleges. Some college principals are assuming that admissions to some courses will be closed in the second cut-off.

170 admissions in Aryabhatta, four admissions canceled
Admission to three courses (Political Science Honours, B.Com, BA Program (History-Political Science) in Aryabhatta College for general category has been closed for second cut-off. On the first day of second cut-off admission for other ten courses in the college. For 170 admissions while four admissions were canceled. College’s admission coordinator Rajesh Dwidi said that a total of 433 applications were made on Monday, out of which 170 applications were approved for admission, while 263 applications were rejected. So far 620 admissions have taken place in total 800 seats including Monday’s admission. He said that this time the pace of cancellation is slow. Actually the students do not want to take the risk regarding admission. They are afraid that if the admission is canceled and If there is no seat in any course then they will not get re-admission.

Rajdhani College
A total of 400 admissions have been done in Rajdhani College till the first day of first cut off and second cut off. While not a single admission was cancelled. The maximum number of admissions in the college were in Economics Honors and English Honors. College Principal Dr. Rajesh Giri says that 131 admissions took place on the first day of the second cut off. He said that those courses whose seats are less will not take admission in the third cut off, but its exact status will be known only after depositing the fees on Friday.

Zakir Hussain College
The admission in-charge of Zakir Hussain College and associated with the DU admission process for more than 12 years, Prof. Gurpreet Singh Tuteja says that this time it is seen that the pace of cancellation of admission in the second cut off is slow. Whereas in the past years it was seen that students used to cancel the admission in the desire of their favorite college and course. He said that this time half the seats of DU have been filled in the first cut-off itself. And the marks of the students are very good. In such a situation, students do not want to cancel the admission due to the risk factor. Because if the admission is canceled, there will be no re-admission if there is no seat. So far 900 admissions have been done in 1750 seats. While 50 admissions have been cancelled.

Expansion

In the second cut-off of Delhi University, more than 40 thousand seats can be filled out of total 70 thousand seats in undergraduate courses. In fact, on the first day of the second cut off, 2103 students took admission by paying the fees. While there are still two days left for the second cut off admission. If the admission figures of the second cut-off are added to the first cut-off, 38, 233 admissions have been done so far. A total of 36,130 students had enrolled in the first cut off.

A total of 29,086 students applied for various courses on the first day of admission for the second cut-off which began on Monday. The colleges approved 2593 admissions. Whereas 2103 confirmed the admission by paying the course fee. How many admissions were canceled in the second cut-off, it has not been informed by the administration.

brake on cancellation of admission in DU

There is a brake on cancellation of admission in Delhi University’s undergraduate courses as compared to last year. Four to 45 admissions were canceled in colleges on the first day itself. The way shifting has been reduced, there will be less chance of admission in the third cut off of many colleges.

At the same time, the pace of admission for the second cut-off started on Monday was fast. On Monday, more than 20 to 150 admissions took place in many colleges. In such a situation, in many colleges, the courses where seats are less, the admissions will be closed after the second cut off. On the first day of the second cut-off, students deliberately enrolled after a lot of inquiry and got it canceled. The cut off released on Saturday has seen a drop from 0.25 per cent to three per cent. Therefore, students canceled admission from one college in the desire of better college and course.

In fact, more than half of the DU seats were filled in the first cut-off itself. In such a situation, students have limited options in the second cut off of colleges. Some college principals are assuming that admissions to some courses will be closed in the second cut-off.

170 admissions in Aryabhatta, four admissions canceled

Admission to three courses (Political Science Honours, B.Com, BA Program (History-Political Science) in Aryabhatta College for general category has been closed for second cut-off. On the first day of second cut-off admission for other ten courses in the college. For 170 admissions while four admissions were canceled. College’s admission coordinator Rajesh Dwidi said that a total of 433 applications were made on Monday, out of which 170 applications were approved for admission, while 263 applications were rejected. So far 620 admissions have taken place in total 800 seats including Monday’s admission. He said that this time the pace of cancellation is slow. Actually the students do not want to take the risk regarding admission. They are afraid that if the admission is canceled and If there is no seat in any course then they will not get re-admission.

Rajdhani College

A total of 400 admissions have been done in Rajdhani College till the first day of first cut off and second cut off. While not a single admission was cancelled. The maximum number of admissions in the college were in Economics Honors and English Honors. College Principal Dr. Rajesh Giri says that 131 admissions took place on the first day of the second cut off. He said that those courses whose seats are less will not take admission in the third cut off, but its exact status will be known only after depositing the fees on Friday.

Zakir Hussain College

The admission in-charge of Zakir Hussain College and associated with the DU admission process for more than 12 years, Prof. Gurpreet Singh Tuteja says that this time it is seen that the pace of cancellation of admission in the second cut off is slow. Whereas in the past years it was seen that students used to cancel the admission in the desire of their favorite college and course. He said that this time half the seats of DU have been filled in the first cut-off itself. And the marks of the students are very good. In such a situation, students do not want to cancel the admission due to the risk factor. Because if the admission is canceled, there will be no re-admission if there is no seat. So far 900 admissions have been done in 1750 seats. While 50 admissions have been cancelled.

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