Even after 10 cutoff lists,a few hundred seats are still left in many colleges including the North Campus colleges.In fact, officials are thinking about releasing an 11th cutoff list shortly.
“We are still compiling the data on how many seats are still vacant and will soon have a meeting with the Vice-Chancellor. We are mulling over releasing the 11th cut-off list, in a bid to fill all seats,” a senior DU official told DNA.
“It is not that students are not interested but their constant movement from one college to another is creating a lot of confusion and some colleges are showing vacant seats till date.” he added.
Several faculty members however have a different view.They think the Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) is at fault for students giving Delhi University a miss.CBCS gives students a choice to select subjects from prescribed courses.The University Grants Commission (UGC) had uniformly introduced the system in all Central and State universities which is resulting in students taking up admission in Private universities.