Indore: For students, who do not get admission even in the re-allotments made under the first round of counselling in professional courses offered by teaching departments of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), may still get an opportunity to secure a berth in the second round of counselling.
The admission committee stated that nearly 850 seats were filled in the first allotment and nearly 900 seats are likely to be filled in the re-allotments made after the upgradation.
“Since there are close to 2400 vacancies in 37 courses under common admission procedure (CAP), more than 600 seats will still remain vacant,” a committee member said wishing anonymity.
This year common entrance test (CET) could not be held due to Covid-19 situation so the university put professional courses under CAT and is currently granting admissions.
The first round of online counselling is underway for nearly 2400 seats. In the first allotment, nearly 850 seats got filled. As most of the students who were allocated seats went for upgradation as they did not get admission in courses of their choice, the university did re-allotment on Thursday.
The students who have been re-allocated seats will have to submit fee by October 20 for confirmation of admission.
On October 22, the university would upload the list of vacant seats. The second round of counselling will start from October 23.
Nearly 10,000 students had applied for admission in 37 courses under CAP. The departments participating in the CAP are School of Law, Institute of Management Studies, Educational Multimedia Research Centre, School of Commerce, School of Data Science and Forecasting, School of Economics, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, School of Pharmacy and International Institute of Professional Studies.