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For 3,100 seats, SCD College gets 18,500 forms

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Ludhiana, July 03, 2014
First Published: 15:26 IST(3/7/2014) | Last Updated: 15:29 IST(3/7/2014)

About 18,500 admission forms have been received against total 31,00 seats in various courses at SCD Government College.

Students submitting admission forms at one of the counters at SCD Government College in Ludhiana on Wednesday.

Wednesday was the last day of admission at the college.

Various students visited the college for admission on the last day and the college authorities had set up seven counters to facilitate them.

Talking to HT, college principal Rajinder Singh said, “Maximum number of students have applied in commerce stream at our college.”

Total 2,080 forms have been submitted against total 140 seats in BCom, while in BA course, 2,580 students have applied for the total 480 seats.

The principal said total 18,500 admission prospectuses were sold by the college till Wednesday.

In BBA course, the college has received 750 applications against the total 70 seats, while for BCA course, 432 students have applied for the total 40 seats.

The number of students applying in science stream was more than the previous year.

The principal said that in BSc medical course, total 424 forms had been received against the total 120 seats.

“Total 1,441 students have applied against total 180 seats in non-mdeical stream,”he said. Giving information about the admission process, he said that on July 7, interviews will be held for students of BCom, BA, BCA and BBA. However, for MCom1, BA, BBA, interviews will be conducted on July 8.

On being asked about the change in interview dates for the post-graduate courses from July 16 to July 14 and 15, he said students had already been informed and the information had also been updated on the university website.

Rahul Mehra, a student, said, “I have applied in BSc nonmedical course at the college. With 89% score in Class 12 and I am quite hopeful that I will get admission here.”

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