Admission process postponed in Gurgaon University due to technical problems
With Delhi University's Four Year Under-graduate Programme (FYUP) hanging between the decision of University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Vice Chancellor's committee, the future of about 3,00,000 students is at stake. On one hand, this problem sees no solution and on the other, another university, Maharshi Dayanand University has started giving the students a tough time.
The university introduced the online admission system recently which, due to technical glitch has to be stopped, causing thousands of students, the inconvenience to fill up the forms. As a result, the admissions to second and third year graduation courses have been postponed to July 1.
R K Yadav, Principal of Dronacharya Government College told timesofindia.com, "Though the technical glitch was fixed last week, many freshers applying for undergraduate courses in government colleges in Gurgaon
faced a lot of problems. After several complaints from college heads, the process has been postponed to July 1 to avoid heavy traffic on the internet serve."
Yadav also said that there is no merit lists for students applying for courses in second and third year, so, they simply have to fill up the forms and there is no rush for doing so.
But, the freshers might face a problem as a merit list has to be prepared for the freshers and their admission process will start only when the earlier process finishes. The applicants have already lost enough time because of the fault and so the authorities are trying their best to overcome the problem.
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