New Delhi, October 16
Expressing issues over larger cut-offs for admission in Delhi College faculties, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday mentioned he has written to Union Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank in search of amendments within the DU Act in order that extra faculties and universities might be established within the metropolis.
Addressing a web based media briefing, Kejriwal mentioned that there’s a must open extra faculties and universities in Delhi to supply larger training alternatives to college students.
“Round 2.5 lakh college students in Delhi cross class 12 board exams yearly and of them, only one.25 lakh get admission in metropolis faculties,” Kejriwal mentioned.
He mentioned that there are 91 faculties and institutes affiliated to Delhi College, whereas IP College, which presents skilled levels, has 127 faculties and institutes.
He mentioned that underneath Part 5(2) of the DU Act, new faculties established within the metropolis must be affiliated to Delhi College.
Within the final 30 years, DU has not given affiliation to any new school, Kejriwal claimed, including that it might be as a result of its full capability.
Kejriwal mentioned he has requested the Union Schooling Minister for amending Part 5(2) of the DU Act in order that extra faculties and universities might be established within the metropolis.
Earlier this week, Delhi College had introduced its first cut-off listing for undergraduate admission with Woman Shri Ram Faculty pegging the mixture rating at 100 per cent for 3 Honours programs.
The 100 per cent cut-off for undergraduate admissions at Delhi College comes after a spot of 5 years. —PTI