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Around 50% of MBA seats go vacant in Gujarat while more than this in Maharashtra

Jul 20, 2013 06:25 IST

    Around 50 % of the MBA course admission seats are remained vacant after the first round of admissions in the state of Gujarat. Out of the total 10,449 seats in MBA Admissions across the state, 5,259 seats remained unfilled.  
    Out of 132 MBA colleges across the state, only 45 have managed to secure 100 per cent admissions. 43 colleges have got less than 20 students while 31 colleges have ended up with less than 10 students. And, worst still, 5 MBA colleges could not managed to attract even a single student.
    The statistics for MBA Admissions 2013 has gone poorer in Maharashtra. Out of the 45,747 MBA seats available in the state, only 12,321 seats have been occupied, leaving 33,426 seats vacant. However, this number does not include seats allotted at the institute level or minority seats.
    After the Central Allotment Process (CAP) round-I, ended on 24 June, 15,751 seats were being allotted but out of which only 8,840 students took admissions. While at the end of CAP round-II, ended on 03 July 2013, 5,185 aspirants were actually allotted seats for admissions in MBA but sadly, only 2,720 applicants claimed admissions. In the CAP round-III, only 823 seats were allotted and out of which only 761 candidates took admission.

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