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The admission process of UG courses usually begins in June and ends by August. However, the admission process for this year has not begun yet . This has created a lot of confusion among students. Around 1.5 lakh students take admission in SOL every year.

Owing to this, DU Secretary Staff Council, SOL, Janmejoy Khuntia has written to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the delay in commencement of the admission process to UG courses. He has requested PM to intervene in the University Grants Commission and direct the University to begin the admission process at the earliest.

He has talked about lack of communication of such important issues and their causes by higher authorities to DU teachers.

“We are never consulted as well to find out solutions to problems facing this great institution,” he said in a statement.

“Most of them come from the marginalized sections of the society/government schools/ who could not get into regular colleges.” he added. As the admission process of regular colleges at DU is already over, the students may land up in fake and unverified institutions, putting their future at stake.

A copy of the letter has also been sent to the HRD Ministry.

Meanwhile, DU SOL published a notice on its website on Monday stating that the admission process is likely to commence soon and shared a video link (https://sol.du.ac.in/admission_video.html) about the details of online process.

Let’s hope that long wait of so many students comes to an end soon!


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