Do students with an education gap of a year or more have a fair chance of securing admission in a good college?
Yes! They do if they’re able to convince the particular college, in which they’re applying, that the year was not wasted. Students who have done a course, or undergone any other training, must present the related documents, and an affidavit, which states that the course has been completed successfully and they are ready to pursue the college program. Education gap of a year or two is acceptable.
To apply for admission to BA (H) English, do we have to fill CATE and centralised OMR forms separately?
Only if you’re applying to a college, out of a total of 17, which accepts CATE for admissions into English courses.
Is mathematics, as a subject in class XII, necessary for applying to courses like Economics and BCom (H)?
Yes it is. However, if a student wants doesn’t have maths in class XII, he/she can opt for BCom Programme (not Hons.).