Categorical Information Service
NEW DELHI: Delhi College on the final day of admission towards the primary cut-off obtained 17,000 college students towards the 70,000 seats. It obtained 45,000 purposes, of which 12,000 have been authorised. Standard north campus faculty resembling Hindu, Ramjas and Hansraj, could not launch a second cut-off record as they’ve crammed the variety of seats involved.
Majority of admissions within the north campus schools have been crammed by college students from Kerala State Schooling Board. Hindu faculty which authorised 1,600 admissions towards 17 programs of Artwork and Science stated 50 per cent of programs might be closed within the second record. Out of the overall authorised admissions, 900 college students have paid charges and practically 700 purposes have been authorised by the principal.
“We have now a complete of 17 seats and 50 per cent of the programs resembling Political Science, Chemistry, Arithmetic, Chemistry, Botany, English and Philosophy are anticipated to shut,” stated an offical at Hindu School.
Ramjas School authorised 450 admissions out of which 200 have paid charges. “We noticed massive variety of admissions in programs like Arithmetic, Physics, Historical past, Chemistry and B.Com. The admission standing might be cleared tomorrow solely as many nonetheless must pay charges and schools must confirm paperwork,” stated Ramjas Principal Manoj Khanna.
Khanna stated, “B.com programme and Political Science might be closed for Basic Class and a few reserved class. These programs have seen over admissions. In B.com programme 90 per cent of the scholars have taken admission are from the Kerala State Board.”
SRCC which introduced 100 per cent for 2 programs authorised 129 admissions in B.Com Honors towards the overall 249 seats however solely seven paid charges and 154 purposes have been rejected.
In BA.Economics honors, 31 admissions had been authorised and 9 paid charges. “We are going to get a transparent image tomorrow however there might be second minimize off for each these programs with .75 or 1 pe rcent much less marks,” stated Principal Simrit Kaur.