The DU aspirants were in for some shocking news this week. One of the most preferred colleges in the Delhi University, the Hindu College has made an important announcement regarding admissions. Much to the consternation of students looking for admission to Delhi University's Hindu college through Extra Curricular Activities, the college organization has chosen not to enlist any student through the ECA share.
DU holds 5% seats in every one of its colleges under the games and additional curricular exercises share. In any case, this year the college has chosen to select students just through the sports quota.
"The representing assortment of the college had chosen a year ago to not concede students through ECA standard. The same will be pertinent this year as well," Officiating Principal, Hindu College, Anju Srivastava said.
A year ago, the college had scrapped the affirmations through these standards taking after grievances of claimed inconsistencies in the determination process.
College director S P N Punj had then supported the choice saying the move was made in lieu of the grumblings of abnormalities sent to him by the college Vice- Chancellor.
No choice, be that as it may, has been taken by Hindu college yet on whether it will concede students under the amount one year from now onwards.
Taking after dissentions of abnormalities and predisposition in choices, DU has this year redone its strategy for games standard affirmations. While the preparatory wellness test has been unified, the varsity is leading videography of the whole process and has set up a three-level grievance council to manage protestations, if any.
Be that as it may, the affirmations through ECA share crosswise over other DU universities are being led on the past example. The trials are being held at individual colleges and the students were obliged to apply to each of them independently.
Hindu college offers undergrad and postgraduate courses in Science, Humanities and Commerce and is among the most looked for after organizations of Delhi University.