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DU sees massive rush for B.Tech courses on day 2

Chief While the admission to B.Tech courses received an overwhelming response on the second day of counseling from students across Delhi University colleges, quite surprisingly there was not even a single applicant for B.Com (Honours) in Kirori Mal College.
Acting principal of Kirori Mal SP Gupta said, ‘There was not a single admission seeker on the second day of counselling for B.Com (Honours). We couldn’t fill any seats.’  

‘In Geography, we filled 77 seats, while 62 took admission in Political Science. A total of 33 students took admissions in Economics (Honours). In all,
we had received 631
admissions for 1,350 seats by the end of the second day,’ Gupta added.

Ram Lal Anand College prinicipal Vijay Kumar Sharma said, ‘We have approximately 630 seats, of which 31 are for the
B.Tech courses.
Ten B.Tech seats for the Computer Science course were filled on Friday.’
Sharma added that the college received 372 admissions forms, including those for B.Tech courses.

However, a rush of students was seen at Indraprastha College for Women. Media coordinator Manaswani Yogi informed that the college, ‘Till Friday had given admission to 60 students for the 52 seats in B.Tech’s Computer Science course.’
IP College saw a cut-off of 99 per cent for Computer Science. Yogi also informed that the college admitted 195 students in Economics (Honours) for which the cut-off was 95 per cent. IP College had only 70 seats in the course.

Ramanujan College received 85 admissions for the Computer Science course against 62 seats. Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) admitted
400 students for B.Com (Honours). SRCC has 501 seats for the course.
Hansraj College, which offers a total of 1,154 undergraduate seats, received 191 admissions. Most of the confirmed admissions were for B.Com (Honours).

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