According to university figures, the University of Delhi (DU) received more than 59,000 applications on the final day of admission under the first cut-off list, of which more than 17,000 applicants paid the fees.
The University of Delhi (DU) received more than 59,000 applications on the final day of admission under the first cut-off list, with more than 17,000 students paying fees, according to data shared by the university. The admission application process will continue till 11:59 on Wednesday.
The total number of applications stood at 59,525, with 17,913 students paying fees. A total of 12,774 applications have been approved by the principals of various colleges.
Manoj Khanna, principal of Ramjas College, said that they had approved 400 admissions and given time till 8.30 pm to all the students who had not submitted OBC certificate and students who had not submitted their mark sheets or were available in diesel car.
“We have to cancel the admission if the students do not submit the documents or make a commitment,” he said.
Mr Khanna said that for the B.Com program, applications have been made from their Kerala Board for perfect scorers and a large number of admissions have been made in B.Sc (Honors) Physics, Mathematics (Honors), B.Com (Honors). , History (Honors), English (Honors) and Political Science (Honors).
In Hindu College, more than 900 students submitted fees and about 700 applications were approved by the principal. For Political Science (Honors), which has a cut-off of 100 per cent, 109 students have submitted fees and 48 applications have been approved by the principal. The course has 49 seats, of which 21 are for general sections. Most of the applicants are from Kerala State Board. According to official data, more than 1,600 applications have been cleared for a total of 956 seats.
Hem Chand Jain, principal of Deendayal Upadhyay (DDU) College, said the crowd at the college this time after the first cut-off was unprecedented. He said the DDU had never seen such a crowd as it was a college off campus.
“I have been involved in the college admissions process for the last 25 years. We have received 1,517 applications, of which 400 students have paid the fees, 600 have been approved and 400 have been rejected. About 100 applications are still pending. Mr. Jain says.
The college had set a 100 per cent cut-off for B.Sc (Honors) Computer Science but did not receive any application in the unreserved department, he said, adding that the course could be closed for the reserved department in the next list.
Similarly, various combinations of BA programs, in addition to B.Sc (Honors) Zoology, Economics and History, may be closed for the second list.
According to Rajesh Dwivedi, convener of Aryabhatta College, a total of 708 applications have been received and 451 have been approved. For political science (honors) they have approved 117 admissions for 58 seats and 103 admissions for BA program.
“About 60 per cent of the applicants are from southern boards like Kerala, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh with high scores,” Mr Dwivedi said.
At Miranda House, about 600 applications were approved, while at Hansraj College, 304 science courses and 225 arts and commerce courses were admitted. The college had fixed 100 percent cut-off for B.Sc (Honors) Computer Science and 41 students were admitted in the course.
In Rajdhani College, a total of 277 admissions were made in three days.