Reserved category aspirants rush to North Campus
Several aspirants associated with the reserved category thronged to North Campus of Delhi University after the marginal dip of three per cent in the third cut- off list on Friday.
Seats for general category in various courses have already been closed and seats for reserve class are still available in the varsity.
"I have secured admission in the Gargi College after the first cut- off in Economics ( H) but after the
third cut-off, I could manage to get admission in Miranda House," said Tammana, an aspirant.
Students belonging to this category have claimed that this year's percentage in reserved category has shot up and touches 90s which was very much unexpected.
"Earlier there used to be a drop in percentages by third cut-off for people taking admissions from reserved quotas. But owing to higher demand in almost all streams, cut off in SC, ST and OBC quotas have been trailing around 90 per cent even in the third cut off," said Renu.
Others filled seats with their reserved category certificates like few Kashmiri migrants were also seen taking advantage of extra 10 per cent they were given.
However, complaints are still echoing in the admission and verification process. "It has been an hour that I am standing outside. I do not know how long the verification process will take," said a parent.
Another parent said that reservation is a good step for people like them and wanted her third daughter to be a part of it as well
like his other two daughters who graduated from DU. He added that reservetion system is quite effective here.