MP: No more admissions in colleges for session 2021-22

MP: No more admissions in colleges for session 2021-22

BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Admissions in colleges for UG and PG seats have finally concluded with 6.54 lakh fresh admissions. Department of Higher Education (DHE) has denied to conduct further counselling rounds. During session 2020-21, DHE has witnessed admission of 5.41 students in colleges across State. In last college level counselling only six thousand students confirmed their admission. 

Around 6 lakh seats remained in 1301 colleges. Though there were 5,500 students registered for admission in this round but 4,000 students confirmed admission till the last date. 

In second round of college level counselling there were 17,444 admissions in both UG and PG programmes. Department of Higher Education (DHE) conducted six days counselling to fill up 6.16 lakh vacant seats of UG and PG programme. 

There were around two thousand admissions in UG programme and 1,200 registrations, 800 admissions held in PG programme till Sunday. Aspiring candidates were allowed to contact concern college from 10 am to 12 noon for admission on vacant seats till November 16. 

Registration for this round was started on November 9. DHE has provided another chance of admission to the college aspirants, number of applications is below average. There are higher numbers of seats in colleges but students are not reaching with their application. Colleges were asked to display the merit list of applicants on notice board everyday at 1 pm and initiate link for online fee payment. Students were asked to confirm admission by submitting their fee in online mode from 1 pm to next day 11 am. Admission process was continued even on Sunday and Government holiday (November 14 and 15). 

DHE has conducted two main and two college level counselling rounds in which 648500 students have confirmed their admissions in both UG and PG programme. In comparison to session 2020- 21, DHE has witnessed 85500 more admissions in colleges for session 2021-22.  
 

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