The university announced its first cut-off list on October 1, and admission to about 70,000 seats began Monday.
Delhi University has received more than 47,291 applications for admission under the first cut-off list and 7,167 students have completed the process by paying fees. 9,114 applications have been approved by principals across the college. The university released its first cut-off list on October 1, and admission to about 70,000 seats began Monday.
In Hindu College, most of those who have been admitted in Political Science (Honors) are from Kerala State Board. There are 70 approved admissions in BA (Honors) Political Science including 100% cut-off for unreserved department, including three to four admissions under EWS department, 11 under OBC department and six to seven under SC. / ST section.
Last month, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan directed central universities to fill 6,200 vacancies for professors. At Miranda House, the reserved seats for the Political Science (Honors) course have been filled, and there is a possibility that in the second list, only the seats available under the reserved section will be available.
Many full number scorers have applied for admission. Ramjas College has so far accepted 350 applications and approved about 200.
62 students have paid the fee.
In Deendaya Upadhyaya College, out of 650 applications received, 110 were approved. Certificate verification and selection of 50 students is pending and admission of 250 students has been canceled.
The college received the highest number of applications for the BA program out of 100, with zero admissions in BSc (Honors) Computer Science for which the cut-off has been fixed at 100 per cent.
Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College did not find eligible applicants for the B.Com program for which the minimum number for admission was 100 per cent.
“We have 30 seats for the course and we have kept the cut-off at 100 per cent so that non-math students can apply for the course. So far, we have the application but they were not found eligible,” said Dr Jaswinder Singh, principal of the college.
Aryabhata College received 569 applications out of which 341 were approved. The college has 100 admissions for 60 seats in BA (Hons) Political Science, out of which 70 are from unreserved departments.
Even for the BA program for a combination of political science and history, 100 of the 60 seats available under the course have been filled, said convener (admissions) Rajesh Dwivedi.
“When there is over-enrollment, it creates a problem. We can have 68 students in a classroom so we have to create two sections. In the online class, the teacher can teach any number of students but there will be problems whenever the physical class resumes. Teachers expand. Will be, “he said.
However, many students have not yet paid the fees. The deadline for paying fees is Friday evening, so colleges will be able to find out the exact status on Saturday morning.
Hansraj College has 132 admissions against 758 seats in BSc (Honors) and 148 admissions against 956 seats for BA (Honors) and BA programs.
Atma Ram Santana Dharma College has approved 215 applications with maximum admission in BA Program, Hindi (Honors), Economics (Honors) and BCom Program.
In Rajdhani College, 189 out of the total 1,194 seats available in the college have been admitted.