20% seats lying vacant in 32 B.Ed colleges in city

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Almost 20 percent of the places are free in the universities that offer B.Ed courses in the city, although the university ministry opened the window for registration in the additional round of the central online admission consultation on Sunday.

A closer look at the list revealed that 2,740 seats are occupied out of two 3,400 seats in 32 colleges in the city.

Only 660 are available for admission to the city universities.

While there is only one free seat at the Akshay Academy, there are five free seats at New Era College and six each at Cambridge International College and Gyanodaya College.

There are nine colleges in the city that have fewer than 10 places available.

Those numbers came up when MPOnline, a state government service provider, released a list of vacancies at B.Ed colleges across the state for the additional round of deliberations.

The website found that 662 B.Ed colleges in the state had 11,103 vacancies.

After not all seats were occupied in three consultation rounds, the universities asked the DHE to grant two more admission rounds. DHE had only approved one additional round, the registration of which began on Sunday.

The registration window will remain open until October 8th.

Students who did not get a seat in three rounds of counseling should register and select nine colleges in order of priority. They also have to have their documents checked in the Help Centers set up by the DHE from October 4th to 9th.

The DHE will publish a joint list of achievements on October 11th. The final list of achievements and allocation letters will be published on October 19th. Students have to pay 50 percent of the course fee online for confirmation of admission from October 21st to 25th.

The remaining 50 percent of students will have to pay when colleges resume classes.

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Posted on: Sunday October 03, 2021 11:45 PM IST

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