DU Admissions 2022: B.Com and B.Com (Hons) courses in various colleges make up 9 out of 10 college-program combinations, which is the number of choices most candidates have opted for while listing their preferences for Delhi University graduate admissions.
At 7 pm on Friday, 35,761 candidates had listed B.Com in Ramjas College as their choice, making it the most opted combination ever. It is followed by Kirori Mal College with B.Com with 35,7210; B.Com at Sri Venkateswara College at 34,095; B.Com at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce at 33,468; B.Com (Hons) at Hansraj College at 31,434; B.Com (Hons) in Shri Ram College of Commerce at 31,318; B.Com (Hons) at Hindu College at 31,182; B.Com at Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College at 31,051; and B.A. (Hons) in English at Hindu College 31,018.
These numbers indicate the total number of candidates who have shortlisted a particular combination in their preference list. They do not show where they are on the candidate’s preference list – meaning they do not indicate how many students have listed a combination as a top or a low preference.
As part of their efforts to help candidates make informed choices while listing their preferences, the University of Delhi has created an online dashboard on which candidates can view the number of candidates who have opted for a particular program in the college; The data is being updated every two hours. This preference list stage of their admission application process is essential as the allotment of seats to the candidates will be done based on their preferences and their position in the merit list, which DU will release based on their Common University Entrance Test (CUET). ) Score. A candidate will be allotted the highest possible preference in their inventory based on their place in the merit list.
“The uploaded data does not discriminate as to how high or low a combination is placed in a candidate’s list of preferences. This is the total data on preferences available to us. We are trying to build new features to help candidates every day and are still working on what other information or support we can provide them within this process,” said the Dean (Admissions), Haneet Gandhi.
Candidates will have time till October 10 to submit their preference list.