Stop this see-saw battle between UGC and DU: we want admission
Stop this see-saw battle between UGC and DU: we want admission:
The situation even worsen for the students coming from different states as the admission process which was supposed to start on tuesday delayed. Out of 2.75 lakhs application registered 1.32 lakhs belongs to home town and 1.43 lakhs from different states. Unconcerning the problem of accommodations or lodging, they only want a precise answer “ when will the admission process start?”
The University Grants Commission (UGC) said that 57 colleges out of 64 have agreed to "comply" with its directive to admit students only to the three-year undergraduate course. However, the colleges sought a "clear directive" on the issue. The drama unfolded after joint dean of students' welfare and media coordinator Malay Neerav announced that Dinesh Singh resigned in the wake of a blazing row with the University Grants Commission (UGC) over the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP).
But later, deputy dean for academics, Sangit Ragi, denied that Dinesh Singh had quit.
UGC has also sent another communication to the University of Delhi directing it to immediately issue letters to Delhi colleges for admitting students to the three-year undergraduate programme.
As ambiguity continued, one thing can only be confirmed that the admission will remain uncertain till the crisis is fully resolved.