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Complex admission process foxes students

The double registration process for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate colleges affiliated with the Chaudhry Charan Singh University has the students confused. The process was introduced from the current academic session 2010-11.

india Updated: Jun 13, 2010 00:22 IST
Kapil Datta

The double registration process for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate colleges affiliated with the Chaudhry Charan Singh University has the students confused. The process was introduced from the current academic session 2010-11.

Till now the students bought admission forms from the college concerned and submitted it there. The college then prepared the merit list of the students admitted. However, this has changed now.

“From this academic session, the university has introduced a new admission process. First students have to register online on the university website and give a choice of three colleges. The students have to take a print out of the acknowledgment of their online registration fee of Rs 50 and submit the money either at Allahabad Bank or the State Bank of India,” said R.K. Gupta, professor Noida P.G.Degree College.

“The students then have to buy a form from college they chose and submit it there. The college then forwards its merit list to the university which will make it available online. The colleges will also display the list on their notice boards. Every day the college will inform the university about the number of students on the list who did not report for admission. The university will update the online list accordingly,” said Gupta.

“Under new admission process, the university has complete control over the admission process,” said Gupta.

“The new process is a problem for us as we have to waste time in online registration and then stand in bank queues to deposit the cash,” said Rajinder Bhatti, a student. The Noida P.G. Degree College started its counselling centre on Saturday.

“Students can seek help from the center between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. every day,” said Gupta.