Admissions to Delhi University are likely to finally kick off on Tuesday with colleges expected to come out with the first cut-off list late Monday evening, sources said.
DU vice-chancellor, Dinesh Singh issued a statement Friday confirming that the university will revert to the three-year undergraduate programme, and start the admission process soon.
Colleges are now finding a way to go back to the old system, a process which shouldn’t take long since the background work has been done for the past week.
“We have already redistributed seats according to the 2012 formula. The cut-offs to won’t be a big problem as we have been working on them since the UGC wrote to us directly, asking to revert to the three-year system,” said Pradyumn Kumar, officiating principal, Hindu College.
DU has set-up a 12 member committee of college principals to discuss the modalities of admission and monitor the process. The committee will also decide if existing applications are valid or some other method to admit students will have to be employed.