About 2,577 were registered for MPhil and PhD courses.
The first free day of the varsity was held online to answer the questions of the rejecters where the officials assured the students that the entrance test would not cause any inconvenience to the students and all the covid would be held following the policy.
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Professor Rajiv Gupta, who presided over the admission, said that this is the second year in a row that the process will be completely online and anyone can apply from home.
“The registration process has started from 26th July and will continue till 21st August. The admission entry portal is quite interactive and has an artificial intelligence enabled chatbot that will answer your questions instantly.
Half of the seats are merit-based and half of the seats are entry-based. The entrance test is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and is expected to be held in September. They have not yet informed us of the date, ”he said.
Gupta added that since the process is online, technical confusion could occur. He added, “There is a possibility that you may not get the recognition immediately. Please wait. We will try and make sure the process goes smoothly.”
Registrar Bikash Gupta said the NTA would sanitize all its examination centers and ensure proper distance between the two students so that no one gets in trouble.
“If students report having a fever or any other problem, they will make sure they sit separately. Similarly, we are testing in your home. The NTA has such a large network and has already identified 237 cities where they can take the test. “Senior varsity officials said.
Noting that the type of test is transparent, he said that if a question is wrong or the given options are not answered correctly, the student can challenge him.
He added, “Test results including answer keys are announced. You are all equal in front of us,” he added.
The registrar further warned that students must keep their login ID and password secure and the varsity cannot interfere with it.
“Most students have debit cards and credit cards and can pay online. But if you do not have a debit card and go to your nearest cafe to pay, please make sure that the person using their account is canceling the payment. No, ”he said.
Regarding the opening of the varsity, he said that classes will be conducted both online and face-to-face depending on the Covid situation.
“We will first see if hostel facilities or PG facilities are available and then we will gradually launch the varsity,” he said.
Officials said it was not possible for every student to get a varsity hostel and said the allocation was free merit-based.