SSLC student can take admission after supplementary exams result in punjab college

Friday, September 14, 2012

Prasanna (name changed), an SSLC student, who passed in the supplementary examinations said: "I had to appear for supplementary exams result as I could not sit for the annual exams due to poor health. But now getting a seat in a private college either in science or commerce stream has become very difficult as leading private colleges have already completed their admission process."
Deputy director, pre-university education, Rajaveera Indra, said: "The maximum intake of students per section in private colleges is 80. Since there is a demand for science and commerce stream, admissions in many private colleges are already over. The strength in government colleges is low in the district. Also the seats are not limited to 80 in government colleges. As per rules, government colleges can provide unlimited seats.
We can provide admissions to all students, who have passed in supplementary exams result. He said, 20 government colleges offer PU in science stream in the district.
St Aloysius PU college principal, Fr Elvis Lewis, said: "If deserving candidates apply in our college, we will provide seats to these students."

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