By Staff Reporter
Previously, the college had around 2700 seats in UG and 400 seats in PG programmes.
In its edition on Friday, Free Press had published the controversial list which also put question mark on the admission process of the DAVV.
The fourth round of counselling will be held from October 30 to November 10.
In some MBA courses, MCA, BCom (Accounting) and BA (Journalism) around 40 per cent seats are still vacant.
The first round of online counselling is underway for nearly 2400 seats. In the first allotment, nearly 850 seats got filled.
The first round of online counselling is underway for nearly 2400 seats.
Despite three rounds of online counselling, nearly 24 per cent seats were still lying vacant in colleges offering BEd courses in the city.
Colleges have been empowered to further raise number of seats by additional 15% on number of seats exhibited by the college on its portal.
The colleges also demanded college-level counselling if seats are still left vacant after third round of counselling.
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