High scoring result may pose problems for students
THE HIGH pass percentage in the Intermediate examination has created some problem for students, who want to take admission in city?s renowned degree colleges.india Updated: May 24, 2006 00:31 IST
THE HIGH pass percentage in the Intermediate examination has created some problem for students, who want to take admission in city’s renowned degree colleges.
About 52,000 students of the city were declared pass in the Intermediate examination of the UP Board. Every student aspires to seek admission in PPN and Christ Church colleges. However, the high scoring result has posed some problem for those who want to seek admission in these two colleges.
These two colleges have 4,000 and 5,000 seats respectively and both are co-ed. There are also some famous girls degree colleges like AND College, SN Sen and DG Girls Degree College.
Though there is a common perception that students would face problem while seeking admission but keeping in view the number of degree colleges and the total number of seats, there would be no problem for students.
The city has 337 degree colleges out of which 67 are government aided. These colleges have about 44,000 seats. This is apart from the seats in the evening classes. DAV College alone has 19,000 seats, DBS has 16,000 and SD college has 7,000 seats.
Therefore, keeping in view the number of seats available in these degree colleges, there would not be any problem for students seeking admission.
The only problem would be in securing admission in the renowned degree colleges. The problem of admission has also been mitigated to a large extent by the self-finance degree colleges and special evening classes.
Senior leader of the Madhyamik Shikshak Sangh ( Pandey group) Harish Chand Dixit said, “Due to high scoring result, students maty face some problem in seeking admission in famous degree colleges.”
City student’s big success
Anirudh Kanodia stood first in the city and eighth in all-India ranking in the Symbiosis BBA entrance test.
Anirudh said the Zenith Academy and his teachers were behind his success. He added that his brother, who was a BBA student in Delhi, had been his inspiration.
He said his brother had asked him to undertake BBA preparation in Delhi but he decided not to live Kanpur. “Now the result is here to speak for itself,” he said.
A total of 25,000 had taken the test and Anirudh was ranked eighth rank.