Aspirants complain of unhelpful officials at North Campus colleges
At many North Campus colleges, such as Ramjas College, applicants are still grappling with issues, with authorities and faculty members not guiding them properly.
Many students complained about their application numbers being called out randomly.
"We did not know when our number came. If we are aware when our number will come, we can wait at other places as well" said Narendra Singh, a parent.
However, the College did provide adequate resting facilities to parents and students, with a shelter set up for people to wait for their turn to be called up. An air conditioned waiting hall was also available for parents of the applicants.
Meanwhile, at Shri Ram College of Commerce, applicants of BSc Mathematics (Hons) faced a unique problem. According to Delhi University, students from boards of South Indian schools have studied 'basic Mathematics', which is different from that taught in Delhi schools.
As a result, a per cent is being deducted from their total of best of four subjects.
The irked parents of Rachna Kumari, an applicant from Karnataka, said: "If my daughter doesn't get admission here, it is the college's loss, not my daughter's."
An aspirant from Chennai at Hansraj College has been told that his admission would be cancelled, unless he produced his original marksheet within seven days.
"I had high hopes from the University, but it is not reflected in terms of placements" said, a parent who was disappointed with the placement packages.
There were parents who criticised some faculty members for being biased and not providing with proper guidance. "After verifying the documents for about two-three times, they told us to fill the second cut-off form. Now, we have to start the whole process again" said Kaushik's parents, at Ramjas College.