Indore: The online admission process for admission in institute offering conventional undergraduate courses ended on Thursday. However, offline process will continue till August 14. “Thursday was last date for candidates registered for college level counselling (CLC) round to show up at colleges and seek admission,” said Indore division additional director (higher education) KN Chaturvedi.
He said student granted admission in last CLC round will be released on Friday. This year, four rounds of online admission counselling were held. First three rounds were totally online. “Colleges with minority institute status are allowed to admit students in offline mode. All students need to do is walk into college and seek admission in course they want. If there will be vacancies and if they will be eligible for admission, they will be enrolled,” Chaturvedi said.
There are 85 minority colleges in the state. Maximum numbers of 42 minority colleges are in city. Arihant College, AISECT College, Renaissance College, Vishshit College, ISBA College, Jain Diwakar College, Alexia College, Indore Institute of Law, Kothari College, Liberal College have minority institute status. The last date to apply for admission in minority colleges is August 14.
Holkar College gets 4,900 applications for 440 seats
Government Holkar Science College received 4,900 applications for 440 seats lying vacant in different UG courses on last day of college level counselling. “There was huge turnout of students on college campus for admission on all three days. We received 4,902 applications against 440 vacancies at the college,” said RC Dixit, senior faculty member at Holkar College. New GDC, New Science College and Old GDC also witnessed huge turnout of the students on last date of CLC.
CET fourth counselling today
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is going to hold fourth and final round of CET counselling on Friday for seats still lying vacant in teaching departments. “49 seats are still vacant in different courses of CET (common entrance test). These vacancies will be filled through fourth counselling,” said Anil Kumar, chairman, CET-organising committee.
In all, 46 seats are lying vacant in Group A of CET and 6 seats in Group B. This is first time that the fourth round is conducted for filling seats in CET courses. Till last year, the university used to stop admission after three rounds of CET even if there were vacancies.