Delhi University (DU), one of India's biggest state funded universities expressed on June 2 that it won't settle on merit while conceding admissions to the understudies this year. With Prime Minister Modi has pronounced the elimination of Class 12 CBSE Board exams alongside what assessment measures the Board thinks of, everyone is focused on state funded universities too who routinely choose admissions dependent on Class 12 CBSE Board results.
In 2019 and 2020, near 98 percent of the students who applied for admission to Delhi University were CBSE students. "Our admission rules will stringently be founded on merit. We will respect the Board's standard," Delhi University's acting Vice-Chancellor PC Joshi was cited as saying by news organization.
Delhi University's acting Vice-Chancellor PC Joshi added that in these exceptional conditions there will be some approach to pass judgment on the merit list. "The Central Universities Common Entrance Test can be a decent strategy as it will be founded on pan India merit. DU won't settle on merit. We will adapt to the new circumstance and see what strategy is to be created. We will keep a watch out what are the measure that the boards come out for assessment of understudies," added PC Joshi.
Consistently, the University of Delhi concedes the understudies based on their Class 12 Board assessment marks. The college had recently sent a proposal to the University Grants Commission (UGC), under which 50% weightage could be given to the Class 12 imprints and the rest to a CUCET (Central Universities Common Entrance Test). A choice on directing a typical passage test for all local universities is forthcoming with the Education ministry.