Indore, Naidunia Representative, DAVV Indore News. The first round of counseling of Common Entrance Test (CET) is over. Students taking admission in 41 courses now have to pay the fees of the first semester. For this, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has given time till 16 October i.e. Saturday. Students whose fees will not be deposited by the due date. Their entry will be cancelled.
According to the CET committee, the students have already been informed about this. However, after the cancellation of admission, the details of the vacant seats of each course have to be given to the committee, so that a framework can be made for the second round of counseling. Students have taken admission in 41 courses conducted by 16 departments. Counseling was held on 2551 seats of these courses kept in three groups. About 2250 students have been enrolled in it. The special thing is that in most of the UG courses included in Group C, seats are vacant. Students who got admission between 8th to 12th October. Now they have to go to their respective departments and pay the fees of the first semester. After October 16, the departments have been asked to tell the status of vacant seats. On the basis of that the schedule of second counseling can be issued. By the way, on October 18, the committee has called a meeting, in which the time table of counseling will be prepared. Probably after October 25, the process of filling the vacant seats will be done. CET Chairman Dr. Kanhaiya Ahuja says that three or four days will be kept for second counseling.
Demand for additional phase on vacant seats
Thursday was the last day of College Level Counseling (CLC) in undergraduate-postgraduate courses. Many courses seats in government and private colleges are still vacant, to fill which the colleges have raised the demand for an additional phase. As of now the department has not taken any decision. Thursday was the last day to deposit fees for students taking admission in other courses including BA, BCom, BSc, MCom, MA, MSc. At present 10 to 12 percent seats are vacant in government and private colleges, as most of the students were waiting for the admission process in DAVV. Six thousand students had registered for counseling for 41 courses of the university, but 2200 students have got admission. Now four thousand students are engaged in taking admission in other colleges. Many colleges have written to the department at their respective level demanding an additional phase of online and offline counseling. It is believed that the schedule can come by Monday.