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DU planning limited applications for admissions 2012

Admission process at the University of Delhi (DU) might change again, as the high powered committee of the university suggested to put restriction on the number of colleges each student can apply for admission in year 2012. It is felt that this move would lead to more realistic cutoffs with less number of lists.

This is just a proposal, put forward by few members of the committee. The idea is yet to be finalized in another two to three sittings. The committee which comprises principals of 16 DU Colleges, might be able to submit its recommendations by mid-January, 2012.

Those general category candidates, who have marks ranging between 75% – 90% and applying to SRCC, are merely increasing the number of applications. Similarly, there is no point for students with marks above 96%-97% applying for other colleges when they can get a seat in most sought after colleges.

A student should be allowed to apply in a maximum of 15-20 colleges. This will help in preparing a more realistic cut off.

However, few like Gargi College feel that it will have no effect over cutoff. They don’t go by how many colleges a student has applied for. An analysis of board result combining with past experience can guide better for preparing cutoffs.

Source: du.ac.in




Thursday , 15   December , 2011