As the University of Delhi has introduced its first cut-offs for the academic session 2021. And the cut-offs have reached a sky-high with 100% in more than 9 courses. The whole student community’s shocked by the cut-offs for session 2021.
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DU ADMISSIONS 2021
Similar to that a section of educationists questioned the high cut-offs at DU. As the eight Delhi university colleges have declared their cut-offs at 100% for 9 courses. This has created an environment of stress and anxiety among the DU aspirants. Along with their whole family and teachers as it raises questions of Integrity.
A section of educationists questioned the system of evaluation for DU cut-offs. Till now the DU undergraduate cut-off’s evaluated based on class 12th Board results. However, many have rejected the idea of entrance exam form admissions at the University of Delhi.
But some believe that it would only encourage the coaching classes system. Many suggested opening good quality educational institutes. With more investments for the betterment of the education provided to students at the UG level.
CBSE 2021 RESULTS IMPACTS
As the DU cut-offs are directly related to the results by the CBSE boards. And in this year’s CBSE results many students have got good grades. This raises the question of Integrity from those who will assign these given marks to the students. Therefore to avoid this, a committee’s finalized for the entrance exams at the UG level.
The committee has finalized the process of holding entrance exams for admission at Central Universities. The CUCET (Central Universities Common Entrance Test) is finalized for now. And some suggestions are also sent to the Union education Ministry regarding the same. However, the nod from the Union Education Ministry is still pending. There’re changes that CUCET will begin from next year onwards.
DU ADMISSIONS 2021: ANALYSIS
Former Executive member Rajesh Jha said that there’s a reason for such high cut-offs. He explained that the colleges have increased the cut-offs due to the results of the CBSE. And he even cited the example from last year Hindu college’s cut-offs. He said, that in Political Science (H) even after keep a high cut-off at 99.50%.
But still, the course seats were overburden than the actual seats in the college. However many Educationists questioned the sky-high cut-offs at DU, after the day the cut-off’s released.