DU Admissions 2019 : DU To Cap Number Of Times Student Can Change Colleges

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Delhi University is planning to put a cap on the number of times a student is allowed to change the course/ college during the DU Admissions 2019 scheduled to begin in June.

Under the admission process, students can change their college after selecting one in the succeeding cut off lists. This process further creates concerns as the colleges are not able to assess the exact number of applications. Moreover, shifting colleges increases the time it takes to correctly estimate the number of applicants.

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Principals from several DU colleges have been invited by the university for suggestions to smoothen the admission process. The committee has been recommended to put forward a definite number of  chances an applicant would get to switch colleges during admission.

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While the accuracy of this decision cannot be guaranteed, it may cause difficulty to the future applicants. Students often want to secure a seat in a college while still waiting to bag a seat in the college of their preference. Limiting the number of times a student can shift in order to get to the college of his/her choice may be unjust. The final decision is yet to be taken by the concerned authorities.

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