DU has launched new management courses which have seen the competition of 22,000 applicants for about 840 seats offered by 6 colleges so far. It has already gained the momentum with the popularity growing so far as of now.
This new course offer BMS-Bachelor of Management studies have been launched only in 6 colleges so far that has eliminated Bachelor of Business Economics, Bachelor of Business Studies and Bachelor of Financial and Investment and Analysis.
However with the rush for the applications and seats online registration even failed to keep all the students in place. Some of the students are seeking admissions and trying out desperately to bag an offer in DU affiliated 6 colleges. Due to the technical error many online admissions was debarred that resulted in the thousands of admission seekers falling into the pit. These total allocations of 16000 applications including BBE, BBS and BFIA were offered by 16 colleges.
This rapid influence of DU will give other private colleges a run for their money because their exam patterns and established code of conducts with systematic syllabus would enhance the popularity among the aspired students who dreams of flying high with good academic records.