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New Delhi, June 15 (IANS)
Over 113,000 forms were submitted - more than double the number of seats
in Delhi University colleges - for various graduate and post-graduate courses,
varsity officials said Monday, the last day of form submissions.
A total of 115,149 forms were sold at the 16 centres spread across the Delhi University campus. This figure is more than double the number of seats the university has on offer for its various graduate and post-graduate courses.
“While only 49,000 seats are offered by the university, the response of the students has been great. The seats have also been increased from the 42,000 last year,” Vij said.
The additional 7,000 seats were added across all undergraduate courses, Vij said.
The sale and receipt of forms for admissions to 47 courses and 63 colleges was open for 15 days till Monday between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. However, to accommodate the last day’s rush, officials kept the centres open till 4 p.m.
The streets of the varsity’s campuses in the north and the south of the capital for the past fortnight were dotted with enthusiastic varsity aspirants and their parents. On the last day, however, many grew wary about their chances.
“I heard the number of forms submitted across the board was double. I still think I can make it. If not…then I will be forced to look at private institutions,” said Hrishita Makkar, who wants to pursue psychology honours and secured 82 percent in her board exams.
Sahil Malhotra, who wants to get into a BCom course at the varsity, was worried about the competition but was “prepared”.
“I always wanted to do B.Com from DU. But since I got only 72 percent in my boards, it’s possible that I won’t make it. So I have a backup plan - Indraprastha University where I am applying for BBA or BCA,” Malhotra told IANS.
The submitted forms will now be scrutinized for different colleges and the first cut-off list will be announced June 25.
Meanwhile, the sale of individual forms varied from college to college. While St Stephen's and Lady Shri Ram College witnessed an increase in their individual sale of forms, sales dipped in Hans Raj College.
Said admission in-charge of St Stephen's, Nandita Narayan: "We sold over 25,700 forms over the counter. Then there are the 1,600 forms which were downloaded and submitted and another 1,600 form submitted online. Last year, we sold 22,000 forms in total.'' There are 420 seats on offer this year.
DU has scanned the OMRs received
earlier and no form has been rejected. After the rest of the forms are
scanned, the details of applications will be sent to respective colleges.
The colleges will then announce their first cut-off list on June 25.
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