The lesser known off- campus Delhi University Colleges are struggling for admissions when only one day is left for getting admission under second cut off. These off campus colleges have a majority of seats still vacant.
Aditi Mahavidyalaya, Delhi University, located in Bawana, i.e. at the outskirts of Delhi has more than three-fourths of its seats empty. They have in total of 800 seats out of which there have been only 126 admissions. As compared to previous year, there are fewer admissions in Aditi Mahavidyalaya.
At Swami Shraddhanand College, the situation is no better. There as many as 1000 seats and only 200 have been filled up. Most seats are reserved under science courses while majority seats under BA Programme and BCOM Programme are still vacant. They expect admissions after third cut off list.
At Lakshmi Bai College, only 350 seats have been occupied. Since it isn’t a campus college, it gets admissions once the campus colleges end up their admissions i.e. after the third cut off do these colleges see rise in admissions.
While in Janaki Devi Memorial College, only 350 out of 990 seats are occupied , the principal of the respected college said that admissions take place only after second cut off list, however, course has a lot of influence as in sociology seats are almost filled.
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