The applicant who are applying under the ECA (extra-curricular activities) are not satisfied as the the colleges list and other detailes are not mentioned in centralized manner.
A student of 19 years Rajat Kothari – National boxing Champion said IANS, “Although the university has simplified the admission process, there is no clarity about the college to be opted in terms of preference.” Further added “ I am applying for B.Com but I have no idea which college will provide me boxing facility. I have to do the research all by myself.”
The next experience was made by a state-level basketball player, Richa Gupta who was at Gargi College and was there to collect an offline form for the BBA course Bachelor of Business Administration said – “The process needs to be streamlined more. A list at the help centre, displaying the various sporting facilities available in colleges, would have saved a lot of time,” she said.
Seeing this confusion the deputy dean of students’ welfare G.S. Tuteja, said IANS, “No one has complained to us about this so far, but I assure you that the issue will be addressed on a priority basis.”
The 1st admission day was opened by the offline registration of eight well reputed south colleges for which students arrived around 7:45 am and many students found quick service.
Students are saving time by submission of form – Apurva Singh student told – “The forms submitted in off-campus colleges will reach the university a day later. So why waste time when we can submit it directly.”