A mixed reaction has been noticed to the various reforms proposed recently by Administration of Delhi University, concerning the admission procedure 2014. Mix responses have been seen among students after learning about new changes in Delhi University admission proposals as some say that students must have the right to apply to as many colleges/courses they wish, while many others say are unaffected with the changes.
A student of Class XII of DPS R K Puram, said, that the calculation of cut-offs must be kept scientific and this can only occur if maximum data is provided to the colleges. He added that few changes in 2013-14 admission invited various problems for the colleges, as they had no idea which students chose what.
Many students said that Cut-offs is highly changeable every year hence this makes it very hard for students to decide accurately. A student at St Mary's Convent questioned if the Delhi University will guarantee a seat to the students after restricting them to apply for only 10 colleges as per the new proposal.
Majority of students are in favor of Cut-offs based on the aggregate of best of three subjects, telling that for commerce and science students, the language subject must not fall in the best of three subjects. However, the limitations on the number of colleges and courses students can apply to is opposed by many with heightening concerns.
It all started with efforts to improve and organize proper admission procedure in DU, which were not seen as going very smooth in the last 2 years. For the same, a committee was formed to recommend the suitable proposals in 2013. They have tabled many recommendations however, these proposals are yet to be considered and approved by the university administration soon.
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