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Gujarat University (GU) is in dark about the number of seats vacant in commerce colleges even as the admission process for the first year is on the verge of completion. Several colleges have closed the admissions on high merit, as a result of which students are forced to take admissions in the self-financed colleges. The university has not convened a single meeting of the nine-member committee formed to monitor the admission process for the first year B.Com courses. GU had made it clear that no student will be given admission without merit.
Despite this, several "influential" colleges have given admissions flouting this guideline. Acting vice-chancellor of GU, Mukul Shah, when asked about this issue, said, "I don't know how many seats have been filled and how many are vacant. We will ask colleges for these details within a week." "I don't want to give wrong numbers. The final number of admissions will be known in 3-4 days and the meeting of the committee will be called to take stock of the situation," he said. Meanwhile, those colleges seeking permission to convert the reserved category seats into open will be given a nod. The admission for reserved category seats will be over by 11th July.
Courtesy: Times of India
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