Indore: If you wish to pursue courses offered by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) teaching departments and have not applied for common entrance test (CET)-2018, act immediately. This is because only one day is left for registration window to close. “The registration window will shut on May 10,” vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad said adding that the registration deadline will not be extended. The DAVV has received nearly 12,100 applications against 2,653 vacant seats existing in about dozen departments.
“By 6 pm on Wednesday, we received 14,100 applications for CET but 2000 of them were incomplete so we will not consider them,” said Anil Kumar, chairman of CET-2018 organising committee. Kumar said that 1034 candidates have applied for examinations in more than one group. Through CET, admission will be granted in 48 courses including 19 under graduate (UG) courses and 29 post graduate (PG) courses.
Kumar said that most of the applicants have applied for admission in UG courses. The DAVV has divided all 48 courses into four groups viz Group A, B, C and D. All the UG courses, including integrated programmes, are placed in Groups B and C. Group B, which has 15 courses, includes most sought-after integrated programmes. MBA in Management Science, MSc in Electronic Media and MBA in Foreign Trade are high in demand are in this group.
All five BVoC courses and diploma in Logistics and Supply (Cargo Management), which are offered by Deen Dayal Upadhyay Kaushal Kendra are also in Group B. Group C has courses like five-year MBA programme in Hospital Management, MCA and MTech course offered by International Institute of Professional Studies and BPharma. Most courses are under Group A.
As many as 15 MBA programmes are in this group apart from MA (Mass Commission), Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication, MCom (A/C and Finance Control), MCom (Bank Management) and MSc (Data Science and Analytics).
Most sought after courses of DAVV like MBA in Financial Administration, MBA in Marketing Management, MBA in Human Resource, MBA in Hospital Administration and MBA in Business Economics are in Group A. Group D has nine courses including LLM (Business Law) and eight MSc courses. CET is a national level test to be organised by DAVV for admission on 2,653 seats offered by nearly a dozen departments.