HYDERABAD: There changed into been a lukewarm reaction to undergraduate admissions with the crowning glory of the second phase of Degree Online Services Telangana (DOST) 2019.
While 70,153 students have exercised their web options within the first phase, the second section handiest 31,790 authentications have been made.
This 12 months 3. Eight lakh seats are up for grabs in degrees schools throughout the State.
P Laxma Reddy, chairman of, Association for Strengthening of Private Initiative in Rural Education (ASPIRE), blamed delays in Eamcet counseling for the terrible reaction.
“Students who have secured ranks in Eamcet received’t get their desire of course or university. And folks that need to make their selection after knowing what they may be being presented in engineering will sooner or later come to DOST. A big range of students have additionally regarded for supplementary exams and are looking ahead to their effects and will also move from MPC or BiPC to Commerce at diploma degree,” he brought.
In any case, Reddy stated that the overall occupancy of seats in degree colleges would no longer exceed 2 lakh, as was in DOST 2018. “Even people who join the course, eight-10 according to cent of them drop out through the end of the first semester,” said G Nagaiah, president, Private Degree Colleges Association.
He delivered that it’s no longer simply admissions; the Telangana State Council of Higher Education is not interested in degree schooling. He alleged that final-year diploma college students had lost the opportunity to use countrywide institutions because the diploma checks were underway.
Most institutions ask for provisional certificates through the start of July, he introduced.
“By making the admission technique online, the entire process needs to be completed in a shorter time, but right here exams are happening until June, and the new session starts offevolved only in September and by that time PG admissions some other place inside the united states would close,” he said. Prof R Limbadri, convenor of DOST and vice-chairman TSCHE, denied that there might occur in numbers compared to the previous years.