There is yet another change in the admission process for the prestigious Delhi University. Delhi University's choice to make math compulsory for admission to its B.Com course has been pummeled as "unfavorable" and "uncalled for" by a segment of parents and students who need no less than a two-year window before any such execution.
In isolated letters to CBSE administrator, DU Vice Chancellor and the central HRD minister, these students, parents and educators have looked for their intercession into the issue.
Making changes in its confirmation arrangement, DU had a month ago declared that it will be necessary for affirmation seekers to B.Com (Hons) courses and Economics (Hons) to have examined maths in class XII.
For B.Com pass course if the student has not examined maths in class XII or does exclude the subject's imprints in the best-four rate, he or she will draw in a punishment of 2.5 for every penny, DU had said.
The varsity had likewise said that Informatics Practices (IP) will be not be dealt with as an elective subject and students will face detriment of 2.5 for every penny.
Deepika Singh, Principal, Air Force School, Subroto Park has composed to CBSE Chairman and DU VC saying, "Any adjustment in the confirmation methodology/guideline at DU ought to be finished with at least 2 years notification empowering students to pick subjects in class XI itself to make ideal utilization of affirmation principles."
"Students of class XII, who will take the load up exam in 2016, are greatly bothered as well, as they have effectively invested their energy examining this subject, and can't take another 'scholastic elective' at this stage," the letter says.
Manisha Mehta, mother of Devyani who needs to seek after Bcom at SRCC, says, "Only a week preceding the board results declaration they can't choose to make a subject compulsory. There ought to be a two-year window for usage of such choices so that an student enlisting in class XI can pick his subjects likewise."