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Chaudhary Charan Singh University admissions to start on June 22

CCSU will have online registration for undergraduate and post graduate courses till July 7

noida Updated: Jun 21, 2017 22:38 IST
Vaibhav Jha
The first cut-off list will be declared after completion of registration process on July 7, officials said.
The first cut-off list will be declared after completion of registration process on July 7, officials said.(Sunil Ghosh/HT Photo)

Chaudhary Charan Singh University (CCSU) has announced the dates for registration of admission in its undergraduate and post graduate courses. Online registration will begin from June 22 and continue till July 7. Students can use the university’s website www.ccsuweb.in to register.

A total of 65 colleges in western Uttar Pradesh are affiliated to CCSU. Of these, 12 colleges in Ghaziabad and one in Gautam Budh Nagar offer 7,600 seats in courses such as Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc) with specialties in agriculture, home science and physical education and Bachelor of Commerce (BCom).

“Online registration will start from Thursday morning and the first cut-off list will be declared after completion of registration. This time we are trying our best to provide smooth online services to students,” said Prashant Kumar, spokesperson, CCSU.

The university administration had switched to online registration three years ago. Last year, it had attracted criticism for poor management of the admission process and glitches in its website. The first cut-off list was held back on three occasions and students were kept in the dark for a week. This year too, it was earlier announced that the registration will start from June 20, but it has been pushed ahead by two days.

“All efforts are being made by our staff. This year, we will not let students be hassled by delayed cut-offs and poor functioning of the website,” said Kumar.

This year the university will also release cut-off lists differently. “We will release two types of cut-offs and four cut-off lists. The first two lists will be according to the merit of the students. The next two lists will be open cut-offs in which students who could not get a seat in the first two lists can try their luck again. The last cut-off list will provide students the liberty to change their course or college,” said Kumar.

The move is being introduced in the wake of fewer number of students applying for admission and to ensure that all seats in affiliated colleges are filled.