According to Delhi University Registrar Bikash Gupta, as on October 7, 31,172 CBSE board candidates, 2,365 Kerala board students, 1,540 Haryana board, 1,429 Council for the Indian School Certificate (CISCE) board students and 1,301 students have been successfully admitted to Rajasthan Board Delhi University.
More than 1,000,000 students have got 100% marks from the Kerala Board, out of which a large number of students from Kerala have applied for admission in Delhi University. Some student organizations and Delhi University teachers say the Kerala State Board of Education has been too lax in giving marks in the 12th board exams. Due to which thousands of students got 100% marks there.
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Student organizations and teachers are opposing the admission of students in Kerala.
Students of Akhil Bharatiya Chhatra Parishad also staged a protest at Delhi University in this regard.
However, the registrar of Delhi University said that being a central university, Delhi University “gives equal importance to the academic credentials of all candidates. The university gives equal importance to students irrespective of state and school board. This year too, equal opportunity was given to all by accepting applications only on merit”.
Bikash Gupta asserted, “The university strongly denies and condemns the news spread about bias.”
“Delhi University has a responsibility to ensure justice for meritorious students not only from India but also from abroad,” he said.
The first cut-off list for undergraduate courses at Delhi University was released on October 1. Admission to various colleges of the university starts from 4th October on the basis of the list.
The university will release the second cut-off list in October.
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