Delhi Government has written a letter to the University of Delhi Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh about reducing the cut-off in order to fill DU vacant seats. Moreover, the Kejriwal government emphasised troubles faced by reserved category students during the admission process.
On Friday Delhi’s SC-ST Welfare Minister Raj Kumar Anand wrote to Yogesh Singh regarding filling the vacant seats in DU colleges. He quotes “In this academic session, around thousands of seats are vacant which are reserved for SC students. Moreover, this happened because last year the same procedure was not there. This is the first time admission is conducted through CUET edam score or ranks.”
Further, he focused on difficulties faced by SC / ST category students in the current year. The DU undergraduate admission was conducted for the first time through the CUET exam. However, a thousand seats are still vacant. In response to the appeal of the Delhi Government, the Vice-Chancellor refused to start the admission process again. He said that it is not possible now.
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DU Vacant Seats: Nearly 5 Thousand Seats Not Filled
The admission into undergraduate courses or programs ended in December but all seats were not filled. Though it was supposed that 70,000 seats would be filled in the first counselling round but result are opposite. Further, the university tried its best and conducted several spot rounds.
Out of a total of 7,000 UG seats, only 65, 000 seats have been filled in Delhi University colleges. Therefore, the remaining 5,000 seats are vacant in various colleges.
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