DU sports council ready to declare trials results
After completing the centralised sports trials last week, the Delhi University Sports Council (DUSC) is ready to send a list of the short-listed students to all colleges under the Delhi University on Wednesday.delhi Updated: Jun 30, 2010 00:07 IST
After completing the centralised sports trials last week, the Delhi University Sports Council (DUSC) is ready to send a list of the short-listed students to all colleges under the Delhi University on Wednesday.
The names will also be available on the Delhi University website (www.du.ac.in.) and will be displayed on the college notice boards as well.
Few colleges such as Daulat Ram, Aditi Mahavidayala and Kirori Mal College did not send the list of the students seeking admission through sports quota. The DUSC will not conduct any more trials for the students who had applied to these colleges. “There will be no more trials for any student”, said Sudarshan Pathak, coordinating director of DUSC.
The list of short-listed students, however, will be sent to every college. “The list of the short-listed students, who participated in the centralised sports trials, will be sent to all the colleges, even if they (colleges) failed to send their list,” said S.K. Vij, dean of Students’ Welfare at DU.
Colleges such as St. Stephen’s, Jesus and Mary and Kamala Nehru, that conducted their individual sports trials, are now sending the names of the short-listed students to DUSC.
“We have received the names of the short-listed student from St. Stephens and Kamala Nehru College. Jesus and Mary will be sending us the list on Wednesday,” Pathak said.
Despite the introduction of the centralised sports trials, these colleges did not follow the university rules and held their individual sports trials.
University officials are now confused over the status of admissions of the students who cleared individual sports trials and are giving contradictory statements regarding the issue.
“The admissions of students through individual sports trials will be considered invalid,” Vij said.
DUSC officials, on the other hand, said that the students who participated in the individual trials would get admission.
“The students will be given admission to the colleges as their names have been received by the council,” said Pathak.