Admissions are going on in the undergraduate courses of Delhi University. After three cut-offs, DU has released the special cut-off. From the very first cut-off itself, the admission process has remained at the center of discussion. For the first time in the history of DU, eight colleges simultaneously released the 100% cut-off for ten courses. Teachers’ organizations are also constantly raising issues related to the difficulties faced by the students in admission. In the midst of all this, DU is considering increasing the number of evening colleges.
DU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Yogesh Singh said that no decision has been taken on this yet. Next year there will be brainstorming on this topic. If DU increases the number of evening colleges, then obviously the seats will increase. This will be especially beneficial for those students who want to study in DU colleges but are unable to take admission due to a lack of seats. That is, next year DU can give big relief to the students.
Table of Contents
- 1 Evening colleges were started for the employed students
- 2 DU PROFESSORS COMMITTED SUICIDE BEING FED UP WITH THEIR BED-RIDDEN LIVES
- 3 Presently running evening colleges
- 4 DECISION ON DELHI UNIVERSITY REOPENING AFTER DIWALI, SAYS VC
- 5 Evening Colleges List:
- 6 FOR MORE SUCH DELHI UNIVERSITY UPDATES FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM
Evening colleges were started for the employed students
At present many evening colleges are running in DU. Principal of PGDAV (Evening) College, Dr. Ravindra Gupta told that after independence these colleges were opened keeping in mind the employed people. In the evening colleges, classes were held from 5.30 pm to 9.10 pm. So that employed people can come and study from the office etc.
But gradually with time, the admission of employed people decreased, so the timings of these colleges were changed. Now evening college classes run from 2 pm to 9 pm.
Presently running evening colleges
At present, there are many colleges in DU, in which evening colleges are also open. In these colleges, students study in the same classes at different times.
Evening Colleges List:
Dyal Singh College (Evening) Motilal Nehru College (Evening) Zakir Hussain Post Graduate Evening College PGDAV College (Evening) Satyavati College (Evening) Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (Evening) Shyam Lal College (Evening) Sri Aurobindo College (Evening).