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Slow admission process in intercolleges
Muzaffarnagar. This time, the number of new entrants to the city’s intercolleges is very low compared to previous years. The late start of the admission procedure will affect teaching. Although online courses at universities take place continuously.
In relation to previous years, the approval process started earlier in April. For this reason, the admissions process in most schools was completed in June itself. But this time because of a corona infection, the admission process began in July. For this reason, the teaching work will start late. Anil Mittal, director of SD Inter College, said that in previous years, about 90 percent of admissions were made in June itself. But this time the teaching is delayed due to the delay in the admission process. So far, 20 new admissions have taken place in class VI. There were 200 new entries in grade 9. According to Shivkumar Yadav, director of DAV Inter College, 200 students are enrolled in the sixth grade of his college. 203 new students were also admitted to class 9. Admission to grade 11 is based on grade 9. 250 children were admitted. Vijay Sharma, director of Deepchand Grain Chamber Inter College, said he has enrolled 15 children in sixth grade so far. 50 children were admitted to grade 9.

Slow admission process in intercolleges

Muzaffarnagar. This time, the number of new entrants to the city’s intercolleges is very low compared to previous years. The late start of the admission procedure will affect teaching. Although online courses at universities take place continuously.

In relation to previous years, the approval process started earlier in April. For this reason, the admissions process in most schools was completed in June itself. But this time because of a corona infection, the admission process began in July. For this reason, the teaching work will start late. Anil Mittal, director of SD Inter College, said that in previous years, about 90 percent of admissions were made in June itself. But this time the teaching activity is delayed due to the delay in the admission process. So far, 20 new admissions have taken place in class VI. In class 9 there were 200 new entries. According to Shivkumar Yadav, director of DAV Inter College, 200 students are enrolled in the sixth grade of his college. 203 new students were also admitted to class 9. Admission to grade 11 is based on grade 9. 250 children were admitted into this class. Vijay Sharma, director of Deepchand Grain Chamber Inter College, said he has enrolled 15 children in sixth grade so far. 50 children were admitted to class 9.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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