Indore: If you wish to take admission in undergraduate courses but have not applied for centralised online counselling as yet, act now.
Thursday is the last date to apply for online admission counselling for UG courses offered by government and private colleges.
Indore division additional director (higher education) Suresh Silawat stated that this year total three rounds for admissions are to be counted. “First round is online counselling and other two are college level counselling (CLC),” he said.
Registrations for online round would end on Thursday.
After that, first round of CLC would begin from September 5 for registered and unregistered candidates both. But admissions would be granted only against vacant seats. “Chances are that seats in courses high in demand will be filled by the time first round of CLC will begin. So, students should not take chance and register for online counselling to better their prospect of securing admission in their preferred course,” said Dr MD Somani, a faculty at government college.
Allotment on Aug 28
Students will be allocated seats in UG courses on August 28. After allotments, students will need to pay fee for confirmation of admission by September 2. Unoccupied seats information will be released on website on September 4 and CLC will start from September 5.
Direct admission in minority colleges
The admission process is held in to mode – online and office. While general colleges will have to fill seats in online mode, the institutes with minority status have privilege to grant admission in offline mode. In other words, they can admit directly. For students who do not wish to take chance and want admission in course of their choices should opt for minority colleges. in Indore, around 40 colleges are having minority status. Among them are leading colleges like Gujarati College, Indore Christian College, Renaissance College, Jain Diwakar College, Arihant College, Comp-Feeders College, Alexia College, Indore Institute of Law, Vishisht College, and ISBA College.