Indore (Madhya Pradesh): The Indore Private Universities Association has written to the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) seeking another round of college-level counseling to fill vacant seats in the MBA course.
“We have written to DTE asking for another round of CLC counseling as the previous two rounds were hit by Diwali celebrations. About 10 percent of seats are still vacant in MBA colleges,” said association president Dr Narendra Dhakad.
Echoing the same thought, Comp-Feeders College director Awadhesh Dave said, “Most of the students have returned to their hometowns because of Diwali, so many of them were unable to participate in the CLC round, the dates of which clashed with the festival. It would be appropriate if such a student had one more chance to enter. ”
MBA admissions from the final round of CLC continue until midnight October 25, the day after Diwali.
This year, DTE has provided four rounds of counseling for admission to the MBA program, two rounds of centralized online and two rounds of college-level counseling (CLC).
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