Over 6,000 college students from the Kerala board have obtained 100% marks of their Class 12 outcomes this 12 months, out of which about one-third will likely be taking admission in schools throughout the DU’s North Campus
The primary spherical of Delhi College (DU) undergraduate (UG) admissions 2021 are underway, with Kerala State Schooling Board college students with 100% marks getting many of the seats.
Over 6,000 college students from the Kerala board have obtained 100% marks of their Class 12 outcomes this 12 months, out of which about one-third will likely be taking admission in schools throughout the DU’s North Campus. This has left little scope for college kids belonging to different boards.
In response to The New Indian Categorical, the BA (Hons) Political Science course on the Hindu Faculty, which had a cut-off of 100% within the first cut-off checklist, noticed greater than 160 purposes for the course, with 106 being from Kerala up to now.
In response to a school member of the Political Science division of the school, the course had obtained purposes with 100% marks from “33 unreserved candidates, 62 OBC candidates, 4 SC candidates, and three EWS candidates, that are both authorized or within the strategy of being authorized. Of those, all however one is from the Kerala State Board,” as per the information until 5 pm on 4 October.
The school member added that each one these college students can be getting admission beneath the Common class, since they fulfill the cut-off, resulting in seats for the reserved class being proportionally elevated. He was additionally involved over the “extraordinary homogeneity” that the first-year college students on the course might need this 12 months.
In response to the foundations of the DU, the varsity considers solely the marks of the Class 12 exams and can’t deny admission to any scholar who meets the cut-off standards.
In response to the analysis sample of the Kerala board, the Class 12 outcomes this 12 months have been calculated by combining the grades obtained in lessons 11 and 12. For Central Board of Secondary Schooling college students, the analysis sample mixed marks from Lessons 10, 11, and 12 for the ultimate Class 12 outcomes.
The DU had launched its first cut-off checklist for admission to UG programs in 65 schools on 1 October. The cut-offs have been elevated in lots of schools because of a bigger variety of college students doing nicely of their Class 12 outcomes. A number of schools corresponding to Hansraj Faculty, Jesus and Mary Faculty, and Hindu Faculty noticed cut-off for particular programs reaching 100%.
On 4 October, the college had obtained 30,554 purposes until 7 pm. Nonetheless, it had authorized solely 2,286 of them, whereas 795 candidates had accomplished the payment fee.