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By Way2k Way2k
Way2k 1 Oct 2012
Boys Guided into Girls

Wrong information in the online instructions manual led several boys to apply to Burhani College of Arts and Commerce in Mazgaon, a girls' college. They were left stranded after the first merit list was declared on Friday 22nd July 2011.

Boys Guided into Girls

In the FYJC online admissions instructions book, which is given to students to guide them through the online process, Burhani College was wrongly listed in the arts category as 'co-ed' even though it is a girls-only college. Several boys who were allotted seats in this college in the first merit list were surprised when the college turned them away on Monday 25th July 2011.
Around 3-4 boys went to the college on Monday 25th July to pay their fees after seeing that they had been selected for Burhani College. Vijay Gupta, a student of Marwari High School, Charni Road, said: "I opted for Burhani College as it is close to my home and has a comparatively lower cut-off than other arts colleges. But it turns out that it does not admit boys in the arts section. I am in a fix, as the college has rejected my admission."
College principal Dr. S. S. Dossa said: "The commerce section of our college is co-ed, but the arts section is only for girls. We had to reject applications that came to us. We asked the students to contact the education department."
When the college brought this error to the notice of the deputy director's office in Charni Road, education officials asked students to submit a written application. A senior education official said: "We will accommodate these students in the other rounds of the online admission. It was not their mistake there were some glitches in the system. We will make some provisions for them. They will not be left without a seat."
While the education department officials blamed the college for not filling in its details correctly in the online book, the college principal said that the online system was to blame. "When we were uploading our details to be published in the online book, we could not choose two college types. We had to choose either 'girls' or 'co-ed'. We ended up choosing 'co-ed' because one of our sections was co-ed and the other was girls-only," Dossa said.

Courtesy: DNA India

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