More than half of the engineering seats are vacant, said Chairman Malayendu Saha!
More than half of the total engineering seats remain vacant even after the central counselling of the state joint entrance board. But the situation is better than last year. State Joint Entrance Board Chairman Malaendu Saha said on Saturday that this time, about three thousand more students have been admitted than last year. According to the Joint Entrance Board sources, the total number of seats in engineering in the state is about 36,000 in colleges and universities. Among them, about 16,500 students have been admitted after counselling. Malayendu said that after the completion of central counselling, they sent the report to the higher education department. He hopes that after the Higher Education Department orders decentralized counselling, students will get admission to more seats.
This year also the question has been raised as to why so many seats remained vacant after central counselling. Similarly, many are curious to know the reason for the admission of more students than last year. The chairman of the board explained that three thousand additional students have been admitted this time compared to last year. He explained this time the counselling of Joint Entrance Men and Advance has been completed before the start of counselling.
So the tendency to drop out despite getting admission to state joint counseling is less than last few years. He said that some changes were made in the counselling procedure to prevent vacant seats.Modi-Biden Bilateral Meet on 8th September, Drags Attention
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