Applicants seek clarity in sports quota procedure
The day after CBSE results were declared, Delhi University's Open Day session on Monday saw a lot of questions from parents keen to get their child admitted into the University.
Among the most important questions were those about sports quota admissions, trials, and the procedure to be followed to get into the University's top colleges.
Several students continue to have doubts, despite the varsity laying out the procedure for sports trials and distributing pamphlets to students at the help desk in the Conference Centre of the University, where the Open Day is taking place.
Aman Wadhawan says, "I got only 78 per cent, but DU has seats reserved for sports. So I am hopeful that I can get B.Com in a college of my choice as I am a state-level basketball player."
"I want to know the exact procedure of sports quota, since my brother is a state champion in swimming and very few colleges have that as a sport.
I just hope he gets Delhi University with whatever college in a course of his choice. His percentage is good too," says Kabir Singh
Tushar Solanki, an athlete from Haryana, says. "I scored 76 per cent and want to do BA program from Ramjas College."
This year, the University has decentralised the fitness test, which is one of the main reasons why confusion has arisen among students.
There were some zonal level players as well at the Open Day session, who were positive about their chances as the University has many courses.
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