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DU Admissions 2022: BCom most-opted programme by applicants to date

DU admissions 2022: B.Com and B.Com (Honours) courses in various colleges make up 9 out of 10 college program combinations that have so far been cited as a choice by a maximum number of aspirants while expressing their preferences for the undergraduate admissions of the University of Delhi.

At 7pm on Friday, 35,761 candidates had listed B.Com at Ramjas College as one of their picks, making it the most chosen combination to date. This is followed by B.Com at Kirori Mal College with 35,7210; B.Com at Sri Venkateswara College on 34.095; B.Com at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce at 33468; B.Com (Hons) at Hansraj College on 31,434; B.Com (Hons) at Shri Ram College of Commerce at 31,318; B.Com (Hons) at Hindu College on 31,182; B.Com at Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College on 31,051; and BA (Hons) English from Hindu College on 31,018.

These numbers represent the total number of candidates who have listed a particular combination in their preference list. What they don’t indicate is where they appear on the candidate’s preference list, meaning they don’t indicate how many students have listed a combination as a top preference or a lower preference.

As part of their efforts to help candidates make informed choices by listing their preferences, the University of Delhi has created an online dashboard that allows candidates to see how many candidates have chosen a particular program in a college, with the data every two be updated hours. This stage of the preferred list of their admission application process is crucial as the allocation of seats to candidates will be based on the preferences they have stated and their position in the merit lists that DU will release based on their Common University Entrance Test (CUET) score . Based on their position on the merit list, a candidate will be given the highest possible preference on their list.

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“The uploaded data makes no distinction between how high or how low a combination is on a candidate’s preference list. It’s all the aggregate data about preferences available to us… We’re trying to create new features to help candidates every day, and are still figuring out what other information or assistance we can help them with this process,” said Dean (Admissions) Haneet Gandhi.

Not only in the top 10, the 20 combinations listed the highest number of times have B.Com at 16 different colleges including lesser known colleges like Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Aryabhatta College, Motilal Nehru College. It also features B.Com (Honours) in Hansraj Collge, SRCC, Hindu College, Ramjas College and Kirori Mal College; and BA (Hons) English from Hindu College, Hansraj College and St Stephen’s College. BA (Hons) Political Science at Hindu College has been listed by 28,279 candidates, the highest apart from these three programs, and listed 22nd in total number of times.

Candidates have until October 10 to indicate their preferences.


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