DU Admission 2021: On October 1, the university announced its first cut-off list, which included eight institutions that were seeking perfect grades for admissions to ten courses.
More than 30,000 applications were accepted on Monday, the first day of admission under the first cut-off list, according to data shared by Delhi University. Many college principals said they received applications from students who scored 100 percent for which full marks were not required.
The university released its first cut-off list on October 1, with eight colleges having the perfect score for admission to 10 courses. As of 7.10 pm, 30,554 applications had been accepted and 2,286 approved, according to university officials. About 795 students paid.
About 70,000 seats are available across the college. The admissions process has been completely online since last year due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Rajdhani College Principal Dr Rajesh Giri said the process was going well and the response was encouraging. “This year, the number of applicants for admission on the first day is higher than the previous year. This year is different. Due to fear of students, they may not get a chance in the next cut-off list due to limited seats and high number of student scores.” Above 95 percent, “he said.
“Teachers will be able to process admissions from their homes under the next cut-off. But since this is the first cut-off list, various committee members from the college are working,” the principal said, adding that admission of 30 examinees has been approved. Hansraj College, which sought 100 per cent marks for admission in BSc (Honors) Computer Science, received 11 applications in the unreserved department and 12 students who got 100 per cent marks in the OBC department, which means they will be admitted in the unreserved department. Department, according to officials.
A total of 38 admissions have been approved by the college. Lady Shri Ram College Principal Sumon Sharma said they have received more than 750 applications for admission in various courses. “It is surprising that there has been a huge rush for admission to the philosophy (honors). Given the current situation, we cannot open the course during the second cut-off list.
“The second most sought after course is political science (honors). We see that students are applying in different departments with perfect scores,” he said. Last year, Lady Shri Ram was the only college to pay 100 percent cut-off for three courses – BA (Hons) in Political Science, BA (Hons) in Psychology and BA (Hons) in Economics.
This year, the minimum number required for admission to the three courses is 99.75 percent. Rajesh Dwivedi, convener of Aryabhatta College, said more than 250 applications had been accepted and about half of them had been approved. The college has received 60 applications for BCom, of which 50 have been approved.
He said 20 out of 63 applications for 60 seats in political science (honors) have been approved. At Deendayal Upadhyaya College, 808 applications were received from students, of which more than 300 were approved, according to data shared by the college.
Pawel Mago, principal of the Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, said they had received more than 341 applications for the 520 seats available at the college. The college has seen good response from students for Computer Science (Hons), BSc Biomedical Science, Food Technology, Maths (Hons) and Physics (Hons), he added. Hindu College Principal Anju Srivastava said they got good votes on the first day.
Admission to the political science (honors) course is expected to close after the first cut-off list. The college has received more than 150 applications for other courses. Manoj Khanna, principal of Ramjas College, said the first day of admission was busy.
“We have processed at least 25 applications from 100 per cent scorers for B.Com course for which cut-off is 99.25 per cent. I have received at least 200 applications which departments have recommended to me. There are four to five candidates who have applied for political science (honors) for which cut-off. 100 percent. ” Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College has cut off peg for 100% B.Com course.