Even after the Delhi University admission 2022 process has reached the third round of seat distribution, seats are still vacant in many science subjects. Mostly in the off-campus colleges of South and Delhi University, these seats are vacant.
DU Admissions 2022: In the face of the DU admission process reaching the third round of seat distribution, seats are still vacant in many science subjects in many colleges of Delhi University(DU). Officials say that since science students can also choose commerce courses, they have more options.
Delhi University Admission has reached to the third round of seat allocation. Several seats in Science courses, especially in south and off campus colleges, remain vacant.
Over 61,500 students have taken admission in the university during 2nd round of seat allotment and 16,231 seats for undergraduate programmes were allocate in 3rd round seat allotment.
As per the The Reality Hunt reports,
The college had 912 sanctioned seats and 748 candidates had confirmed their admission by paying the fees as of 3 PM. Seats in the commerce and arts departments has filled already. For BSc (Hons) courses at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, 14 seats are vacant in Botany, 10 in Computer Science, 14 in Electronics, 19 in Mathematics and 22 in Physics. However, vacancies in science courses are still in the double digits.
Eight and 12 seats are also vacant in Zoology and Life Sciences, respectively. At off-campus Rajdhani College, the maximum vacancies are in Sanskrit and science courses, including Chemistry, Electronics, and Physics. The college has 1,192 sanctioned seats and 900 have been fill Monday night.
As per the Principal Hem Chand Jain, Seats in the commerce and arts departments have been fill already.
“We are facing problems in filling seats in science courses even in the third round. However, we are hopeful that the majority of seats will be filled in this round.
The principal B Nanda, Maximum seats of all courses have already been filled. Even the seats in science courses are not vacant.” She, however, that seats in science courses took time to fill this year because the admission process started late.