New Delhi: Admission in the four-year undergraduate programme in Delhi University was not easy for aspirants as the cut-offs for the various courses remained high. Several students, seeking admission in Computer Science stream, on Wednesday protested outside Swami Shraddhanand College alleging that the college administration was not accepting their admission.

According to college authority, most of the protesting students wanted to get admission in Computer Science course. “There are 40 seats and we have already admitted 60 applicants in this particular course. Hence, it is difficult to accept admission of any new applicant. We will be unable to provide facilities like labs to these students,” a statement released by the college administration said.

If sources are to be believed, the college administration slipped the second cut-off list mark by 5 percent to favour its candidates.

Among the B.Tech courses, Computer Science and Electronics saw high cut-offs considering their popularity among the applicants. The first cut-off list touched the 100 percent mark, with Ram Lal Anand College, this time putting the ceiling at maximum for admission to its Computer Science course.

(JPN/Bureau)

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