New Delhi: The DU is in all likelihood to launch its first cut-off list by using the give up of this month as the Delhi High Court Friday directed the university to increase its registration date to June 22, officers stated.
The Delhi University’s online registration technique had commenced on May 30 and was speculated to stop on June 14 at 11.59 pm. It turned into launching the primary cut-off listing on June 20. “We will examine the order and make adjustments to the portal and different structures in place. The first cut-off was to be released on June 22 however;, now it’ll take maximum probably come out by way of June 29 or 30. This would mean that the admission system might not be on time by using 10 days,” a legit stated. Over 3.40 lakh college students had registered at the varsity portal till eleven.44 pm on Friday, and a pair of 38,962 had made payments.
Rasal Singh, a member of the status committee on admissions, said there ought to be an admission branch that ought to take evaluations from all stakeholders whilst finalizing admission norms and have to paintings throughout the year.
He stated things are most in all likelihood to be clean through Saturday. The High Court directed Delhi University and the University Grants Commission (UGC) to allow students to use for admission to undergraduate (UG) courses on the varsity for the current educational session based totally on the eligibility criteria of 2018-19. A bench of justices Anu Malhotra and Talwant Singh extended the deadline from June 14 to June 22 for college kids to use for the undergraduate publications in DU.
New Delhi: Three chief ministers, such as Mamata Banerjee and K Chandrashekhar Rao, gave it a pass over to the fifth assembly of the Governing Council of Niti Aayog chaired by way of Prime Minister Narendra Modi here Saturday.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh did not attend the assembly due to fitness reasons, sources stated, adding that the state is being represented with the aid of its Finance Minister Manpreet Badal. The meeting is being attended using all different chief ministers, directors of Union Territories, and the governors of Jammu and Kashmir. West Bengal Chief Minister Banerjee and her Telangana counterpart Rao skipped Modi’s swearing-in ceremony on May 30.
Sources stated the Telangana Chief Minister turned into busy preparations for the launch of his bold Rs 80,000 crore Kaleshwaram elevate irrigation task that might stop water woes in the kingdom. The Telangana government is learned to have not sent any representative to the meeting. In a letter to Modi, the West Bengal Chief Minister had expressed her incapacity to wait for the Niti Aayog meeting on June 15, saying it is “fruitless” as the frame has no economic powers to guide the country plans.
“Given the fact that the Niti Aayog has no financial powers and the electricity to support national plans, it’s far fruitless for me to attend the assembly of a body that is bereft of any monetary powers,” Banerjee had stated in a letter to the high minister. Earlier too, Banerjee had skipped meetings of the coverage think-tank, expressing her displeasure over the dissolution of the Planning Commission and the advent of a new structure. Modi chaired the 5th assembly of the Niti Aayog’s Governing Council Saturday that mentioned diverse issues regarding the united states’ development. The governing council is discussing many countrywide troubles, including farm distress, drought, and left-wing extremism (Naxal trouble) in numerous components of the united states of America.