DU admissions: Second cutoff dips across colleges, seats in popular courses still open

Students who could not make the cut at Delhi University in the first cutoff list should not lose hope. Admissions to popular honours courses such as Economics, BCom, English, Mathematics, Physics, and BA Programme are still open in most colleges with a dip of 0.25-3 percentage points in the second list released by Delhi University. Commerce Out of the 38 colleges that offer Economics (hons), admissions have been closed at five colleges – Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Lady Shri Ram (LSR), BR Ambedkar, PGDAV, and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. The highest…

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Most Delhi University colleges to come up with second list, Eco (hons) in SRCC full

Delhi University colleges resumed the undergraduate admission process on Tuesday with many colleges, including those in the North and South campus, saying they may come up with a second cutoff list. But at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), there will be no second list for Economics (hons). The college has already filled its 123 seats for the subject. “Out of the total 624 seats, we approved admissions on 470 seats. BCom (hons) has 501 seats and 470 are already full. In Economics (hons) we have approved admissions for 130. There may…

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Punjab girls to get free education up to doctorate; five new colleges this fiscal: CM

Chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Monday announced free education for girls from nursery to the doctorate level in government institutions of Punjab. He was speaking in the Vidhan Sabha. Also, a spokesman said the government will introduce free textbooks to all students of government schools, and will introduce pre-primary classes (nursery and LKG) in government schools from the next academic session as part of the reforms it has initiated in the state, which will also see free internet service in 13,000 primary schools and all 48 government colleges. Amarinder…

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Best Medical colleges in Kolkata

So, here you gonna find the awesome list of some top medical colleges in Kolkata. Institute of Post Graduate medical education and research, Kolkata The best thing about this medical college is that it is jointly funded and run by state and central government of India. You have made a great choice if you have selected this college to go and pursue your medical studies in it. This college is the next name of opportunities in medical sector to take your career to the next level. There is an inaugurated…

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UK follows Russia’s example to set up specialist sixth form maths colleges

First Sweden was the country to emulate, when former education secretary Michael Gove was enthused by free schools. Then attention turned to Shanghai, and an initiative to improve the standard of maths in primary schools by bringing Chinese teachers to the UK. Now, though, we are taking a leaf out of Russia’s book as ministers seek to improve the supply of top- quality mathematicians by setting up specialist maths colleges for 16- to 18-year-olds. The first specialist maths college was opened in the former Soviet Union about 50 years ago…

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Dates, Patterns, Affiliated Colleges – All Worth Knowing about AIPMT

Taking admission to a medical college has become easier these days. Crack the AIPMT exam with a handsome percentage and students interested in framing a suitable medical career will have the option to join suitable medical colleges. This is the least expensive way to join a medical college for medical and dental courses. Eligibility criteria to appear for AIPMT Age limit Applicant need to have completed 17 years during the time of admission/Applicant need to complete 17 years of age before the 1st day of January the following year. Upper…

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Delhi University admissions: IB students likely to lose seats in colleges

    Delhi University admissions have commenced and while it gets most students a college/course of their choice, the students belonging to schools affiliated with International Baccalaureate (IB) and other international boards might lose on the opportunity. With declaration of their Class 12 results much after the university’s first cut-off list, there are high chances of students missing on their choice of college. The results of International Baccalaureate and other international boards are declared either in the last week of June or in early July, when the admission process will…

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