Indore (Madhya Pradesh): B.Ed colleges in the city, concerned about bad admissions numbers, were disappointed to see fewer students showing up for admissions. In fact, only about 31 percent of students confirmed their admission to the city’s colleges.
Of the 3,400 places in 32 B.Ed colleges in the city, 2,335 places are still available after the first round of advice. This means that only 1,065 students were admitted here, compared to 3,400 vacancies at the universities. Those numbers came up when MPOnline, a state government service provider, released its list of vacancies at B.Ed colleges across the state for the second round of deliberation.
A closer look at the list revealed that the maximum number of seats in New Era College in town was occupied. Up to 58 out of 100 seats were occupied in that college, followed by 49 seats in Oxford College.
B.Ed colleges blamed the Department of Higher Education (DHE) for poor admissions. They said the DHE had not disclosed the contact details of the students who were assigned seats in their colleges, so assignments could not be converted into admissions.
“If we had the contact details, we would have invited the students to come to college and complete the admission formalities. But that couldn’t happen, ”said Rambabu Sharma, chairman of Matushree College.
Registrations closed in the second round
Registrations for the second round are also closed on Wednesday
The document review will run until Thursday
The joint earnings list will be announced on August 29th
The final earnings list – along with seat allocation – will be released on September 5th
Students who are assigned seats must submit the fee to the universities by September 10th for confirmation of admission
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Posted: Thursday August 26, 2021 01:59 AM IST