Delhi University UG Admission 2021 22 Entrance Exam: Onwards the next academic session the Delhi University’s Academic council planned on Friday to introduce a Common Entrance Test (CET) for the Undergraduates (UG) courses admission. This information is given by the members of the council. Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh had constituted a nine-member panel earlier, which had recommended that the varsity hold a common entrance test to ensure ‘substantial objectivity’ in the admission process.
The Delhi University’s academic council on Friday approved conducting entrance test for admissions from next year, reported news agency PTI, quoting sources. Despite some members of the academic council giving a note of dissent, the proposal was passed and will now come up for discussion in the executive council meeting scheduled for 17 December. The move came in the backdrop of a large number of students, particularly cent-per-cent scorers from Kerala, getting admission to Delhi University.
The committee, formed under the chairmanship of Dean (examinations) DS Rawat, was supposed to examine the reasons for over and under admissions to undergraduate courses, study the board-wise distribution of admissions in all undergraduate courses, suggest alternate strategies for the optimal admissions in undergraduate courses, and examine the OBC admissions with reference to the ‘non-creamy layer’ status.
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