Delhi University admission process for the second cut-off list began on Monday. There were many responses and many students completed the admission process during the first cut-off list.
Half of the total seats were filled during the first cut-off list. During the second cut-off list, the strength of students decreased.
Only 2,602 students took admission during the second cut-off list. It is very less as compared to the first cut-off list apart from many withdrawals. The administration approved the admission of 2,580 students by 8 pm. 61 colleges of Delhi University received 9,785 applications.
AUROBINDO COLLEGE CLOSED THE ADMISSION PROCESS FOR MANY COURSES
At Aurobindo College of Delhi University, there were 285 new admissions with 235 withdrawals. Vipin Kumar is the Principal of Sri Aurobindo College. He said that so many students took admission in the first cut-off list under the unreserved category that they had to close the admission for many courses.
THERE ARE NO PLANS TO RESUME THE ADMISSION PROCESS
Till now, they do not have any plans to reopen the admission for those courses. But, they will wait till admission for the second cut-off list gets over. The admission process for B.A. Program, B.A. Honors Political Science, B.A. Honors English, B.Com Program, and B.Com Honors is closed.
WITHDRAWALS IN THE ADMISSION PROCESS AT RAMANUJAN COLLEGE
At Ramanujan College, there are maximum withdrawals in B.Sc. Maths Honors. SP Agarwal is the Principal at Ramanujan College. He said that one of the colleges of Delhi University reduced the cut-off. So they faced many withdrawals. There were a total of 300 applications and 100 were approved by the evening.
STUDENTS ARE CAUTIOUS ABOUT THE ADMISSION PROCESS
The convenor of Aryabhatta College Rajesh Dwivedi said that applicants were cautious while completing the admission process. Many students did not rush with the withdrawal or new admission criteria. There were many doubts about the applicants. Students wanted to make sure that their admission wouldn’t be jeopardized if they withdraw their admission. 45 students took admission and there were no withdrawals.
WITHDRAWAL AFTER ADMISSION PROCESS OF IP AND AMBEDKAR UNIVERSITY
Jaswinder Singh is the Principal of SGTB Khalsa College. He said that most of the courses in the college are closed for the unreserved categories, except for some subjects like Hindi. The college has 25 admission today. When IP University and Ambedkar University would begin their admission process, withdrawals can take place. There were be many students who would not get the course as per their choice in Delhi University. So they may shift there.