The Delhi High Court on June 11 had passed an order which stated that the ongoing Delhi University admissions. The students who had appeared for the exam will be affected by the outcome of a plea by students seeking re-evaluation of answer sheets of their Class XII examination which was held this year. The bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar also revealed that there would be a possibility of change in merit position of the students who had applied for re-evaluation, which have left them eligible for admissions. As per a PTI report the merit list will change since many students have applied for the revaluation.
The students, who have sought re-evaluation this year, also cited a 2010 Delhi High Court judgment in which the court had recorded Delhi University’s statement that admissions would be given till the last cut-off list was announced. From this year, the CBSE has directed to give benefit of the scheme of scrutiny to students who have a grievance that their answer books have not been checked as per the marking scheme.
Delhi University will soon release the fourth cut off list today, however there are no major change expected. Around 15,000 seats are still vacant at various colleges. Delhi University had closed the admission process which was based on the third cut off list on July 10. It is important to note that there will close to 41,000 seats from the 56,000 sanctioned seats have already been filled. Once again the seats in courses such as BA English, B.Com., BA Psychology have already been filled.