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Delhi University sets panel to investigate violation of admission norms

Delhi university is planning to set a high powered committee to monitor the admission process that will be headed by retired judges as complaints against some colleges were registered regarding violation of admission rules.

Jul 10, 2013 10:50 IST
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Delhi university is planning to set a high powered committee to monitor the admission process that will be headed by retired judges as complaints against some colleges were registered regarding violation of admission rules.

Six colleges that promised a seat after the first cutoff list after confirming the eligibility, had denied their application afterwards, the colleges are Maharaja Agrasen, Sri Aurobindo, Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma, Swami Shraddhanand, College of Vocational Studies (CVS) and Shyam Lal.

Pradyumn Kumar, Principal of the Hindu College said the caution at the time of admission should be needed because of centralization. The college has first time decided to set cutoffs for SC/ST students and physically challenged students. Alongside admission to various courses are still open in many colleges.

Dinesh Varshini, Deputy Dean of Students’ Welfare said the Aurobindo College has sent approximate 400 students to verify the OMR seat from the office of student welfare, not a single discrepancy was found however the whole day was wasted in this exercise.

The Zakir Husain Delhi College has planned to surrender  fee to the students who have applied from the disaster-affected parts of Uttarakhand. It will also give admission to the students who are eligible as per first few cutoffs. The application will received by the principal, according to the words of Harender Singh from Hindi Department. The last date for admission of the students under this category is not confirmed yet.

University of Delhi commonly known as Delhi university is a renowned university in the north zone of India. It has started admission to its graduate courses offered by many colleges.

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