One month into the educational session, Delhi University (DU) faculties struggle to fill the reserved category seats. While the general admissions in the university exceeded the available number of seats, 63.9% of seats reserved for the economically weaker phase (EWS), and 52.2% of seats for Scheduled Tribes (ST) are nevertheless vacant. Besides, 20% of seats reserved for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) and sixteen% seats for Scheduled Castes (SCs) are yet to be stuffed.
In several Colleges— including Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Kirori Mal College, Aryabhatta College, Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, Aditi Mahavidlyaya, Bharti College, College of Vocational Studies, and Daulat Ram College seats— trendy class seats are also to be had for some publications. The state of affairs has precipitated the college to release the 8th reduce-off on Monday.
Seats are available in a popular direction: BA (Hons) in Economics at SRCC at ninety-eight. 6% and Hindu College at ninety-seven. Sixty-two %. Similarly, BA (Hons) English seats will be in Gargi College at 95% and Kirori Mal College at 95. Seventy-five and Ramjas College at 95.25%. Chairs are also vacant in various Science guides in several colleges such as Hindu College, Miranda House, Kalindi College, and Dyal Singh College.
According to the facts shared via the university admissions crew, as many as 67,799 students have already been admitted toward the 62,000 seats in DU’s sixty-three schools. According to the Indian reservation coverage, 50% of the overall seats are reserved for OBCs (27%), SCs (15%), and STs (7.5%) in authorities’ educational establishments and authorities’ jobs. Besides, the Centre has also delivered a 10 EWS quota for this 12 months.
The variety of reserved seats in educational establishments depends on the number of admissions beneath the overall class. This approach to the array of reserved seats inside the university also accelerated with DU’s additional entries. According to the legitimate facts, now 6,779 EWS seats are available, of which the simplest 2447 have been stuffed. Similarly, of the to-be had five 084 ST seats, the handiest 2,426 seats have been loaded, and 8,533 SC seats have been pressed against the 10,169 seats to be had. As many as 14,623 of the 18,305 seats available for OBC applicants are crammed.
Sunil Singh, the admission convener at Kirori Mal College, stated, “We nevertheless have vacant seats beneath one-of-a-kind classes, inclusive of the overall class, for English (Hons), Economics (Hons), and BSc in Chemistry. We also have seats in EWS class in a few publications.” Officials at Aryabhatta College stated that they’ve seats in fashionable in addition to the reserved categories for BCom (Hons), BCom (program), and BSc (Hons) in Computer Science. Vipin Aggarwal, main at Sri Aurobindo (morning) college, stated, “There are so many cancellations throughout the kinds because of which seats are falling vacant after every reduce-off list is issued.”
Hansraj Suman, the chairperson of the DU’ SC, ST, and OBC instructors’ affiliation, said that faculties not lowering the cut-offs for the reserved categories is leading to vacant seats. “There is a marginal distinction between the general class students and the EWS category. Even the SC, Evencut-offs are excessivclasses’ cut-offs aret-off lists are issued.”