University colleges – Virginia Marti College http://virginiamarticollege.com/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 19:09:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://virginiamarticollege.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-3-120x120.png University colleges – Virginia Marti College http://virginiamarticollege.com/ 32 32 Students Rank University College Popularity 2022-23 https://virginiamarticollege.com/students-rank-university-college-popularity-2022-23/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 19:09:58 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/students-rank-university-college-popularity-2022-23/ Through an access to information request, No Use can confirm that Anne Lister College is the most popular college. Students applying for university accommodation ranked their choices, and Anne Lister received 23.5% of all first-choice applications, a huge improvement from ninth place last year. As one of two new colleges on East Campus, its popularity […]]]>

Through an access to information request, No Use can confirm that Anne Lister College is the most popular college. Students applying for university accommodation ranked their choices, and Anne Lister received 23.5% of all first-choice applications, a huge improvement from ninth place last year.

As one of two new colleges on East Campus, its popularity is unsurprising, offering only en-suite and self-contained accommodation. For £169 a week you can have a Band Three room, or for an additional £15 a week you can have a Band Four room, both offering a weekly college meal.

As first choice, Anne Lister takes the throne of Vanbrugh College, which had been the students’ first choice for the previous two years. Vanbrugh now ranks sixth out of eleven colleges, receiving 6.4% of all first-choice applications for university-provided housing.

Vanbrugh College, located on West Campus, offers a range of catering and self-catering rooms, private and shared bathrooms. However, it is also offering the priciest room on campus this year – a Band Three catered room and bathroom priced at £208 per week.

Vanbrugh previously offered self-catering accommodation, but due to its move to catered accommodation, all prices have increased. David Kato College, the second of two new East Campus colleges, was the second most popular college. It received 22.1% of first-choice applications, just 1.4% less than preferred college Anne Lister.

The new college also offers self-contained weekly university meals, en-suite accommodation, ranging from group 2 at £140 per week to group 4 at £184 per week (which is the same price as a group 4 from Anne list).

Goodricke is one of the original colleges on East Campus, but it only received 3.6% of first-choice applications, making it the ninth most popular college. It only offers Band Three rooms which are self-catering with a weekly college meal.

However, although two of East’s colleges were in the bottom three, overall East Campus accommodation was more popular than West Campus. With only five colleges, Campus East received 55.8% of all prime housing, while Campus West’s six colleges, including Wentworth, received 44.8% of all prime housing.

Alcuin College was the fourth most popular college, receiving 11.1% of all first-choice housing. All of its rooms are self-contained strip three suites at £163 per week.

Wentworth College was the fifth most popular college, receiving 7.9% of first choice applicants. It offers Band Three en-suite rooms as well as studios, with prices ranging from £163 to £196.

Located on West Campus, Wentworth College is described by the University of York as their postgraduate college. The University received 1,733 applications for postgraduate student accommodation, but interestingly, 66.2% placed colleges other than Wentworth College as their first choice.

James College was the seventh most popular college, with 4.5% of students placing it as their first choice. Located on West Campus, it offers Band Three catered accommodation only, with prices ranging from £191 per week to £206 per week.

The latter is the second most expensive room on campus. Langwith College received 3.7% of all first-choice applications, making it the eighth most popular college. It only offers the Band Four, self-catering accommodation with a weekly meal. The price for an en-suite bathroom is £184 per week, while a shared bathroom is £166 per week.

For returning postgraduate and undergraduate students, it is popular to stay again in university accommodation. 46.0 per cent of all returning students who applied for university accommodation received it – importantly, only Anne Lister and Halifax were open to applications for continuing undergraduates.

International students represented 23.6% of applicants for university accommodation. Overall, 22.6% of York University applicants received their first-choice accommodation for the 2022-23 academic year.

Here is a summary of We’s ranking of the most popular colleges for this academic year:

I. Anne Lister
II. David Kato
III. Halifax
IV. Alcuin
V. Wentworth (note that only postgraduate students can apply to Wentworth College)
VI. vanbrugh
VII. james
VIII. Langwith
IX. Goodrick
X.Derwent
XI. Constantine

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Acquisition of government charters by university colleges: most institutions unlikely to meet 2024 deadline – Irene Ansah-Asare https://virginiamarticollege.com/acquisition-of-government-charters-by-university-colleges-most-institutions-unlikely-to-meet-2024-deadline-irene-ansah-asare/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 09:58:57 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/acquisition-of-government-charters-by-university-colleges-most-institutions-unlikely-to-meet-2024-deadline-irene-ansah-asare/ Irene Ansah-Asare – Rector of MountCrest University College The country’s current difficult economic conditions, among others, will prevent many university colleges from meeting the 2024 deadline to acquire government charters to become full-fledged universities, said MountCrest University College Principal Irene Ansa-Asare. . observed. There are two main requirements for the Charter; the first is quality […]]]>

Irene Ansah-Asare – Rector of MountCrest University College

The country’s current difficult economic conditions, among others, will prevent many university colleges from meeting the 2024 deadline to acquire government charters to become full-fledged universities, said MountCrest University College Principal Irene Ansa-Asare. . observed.

There are two main requirements for the Charter; the first is quality assurance and the second is financial viability.

Quality assurance has about four main necessities; good governance, quality of faculty and teachers, a permanent site for the institution and a very good library system.

In terms of financial viability, the institution applying for a charter should not operate on tuition fees alone, but must have other sources of income.

Merger

In 2020, the government merged the National Council for Higher Education and the National Accreditation Council under the new Education Regulators Act 2020 (Act 1023) to form the Commission for Higher Education. Ghana Tertiary Education (GTEC), which sets out the requirements for tertiary institutions to acquire charters. become autonomous universities.

By law, it is no longer a requirement for new higher education institutions to enter into affiliation agreements with existing chartered institutions in order to be accredited.

If an affiliated institution is unable to meet the requirements for a charter within the specified four-year time frame from 2020 but demonstrates sufficient reason to prepare for a charter, GTEC may grant an additional two years to the institution to enable it to meet the requirements of the charter or be closed.

Caution

However, MountCrest Rector Ms Ansa-Asare has warned that many university colleges are at risk of being closed if the deadline contained in the GTEC directive to institutions to meet set requirements is not extended.


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Speaking at the fifth Congregational Ceremony of MountCrest University College in Accra, Ms Ansa-Asare called for increased stakeholder engagement, saying: “When it comes to higher education, the private sector plays a role. important that must not be undermined by an inherently discriminatory economic and regulatory environment”.

She added that private higher education institutions did not operate on equal footing with their public sector counterparts.

According to the rector, the odds were against private universities because Law 1023 and its related policies had become a double-edged sword.

On the one hand, she said, charter-affiliated private institutions would have their own degree-granting powers and the ability to fully pursue innovative programs that address the specific challenges facing our society. On the other hand, the conditions for granting the Charter to be fulfilled by all affiliated establishments by the end of 2024 are unfairly onerous for the establishments concerned,” she underlined.

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The rector noted that even the best institutions would struggle to meet all the requirements of the Charter today, adding that

“The financial implications alone for private institutions, especially those that do not have financial support from organizations such as churches and funding foundations, are dire. Even more pressing is the requirement for all faculties to have terminal degrees such as doctorates”.

MountCrest University College Board Chairman Kwasi Abeasi advised graduate students to engage in the development of Ghana.

The Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Prof. Ellis Owusu-Dabo called on the students to be innovative when embarking on the world of work.

KNUST is the mentor institution of MountCrest University College.

MountCrest University College founder Kwaku Ansa-Asare has been praised for being a catalyst in expanding access to legal education by including private providers in line with the spirit of Ghana’s 1992 Constitution , while the co-founder, Helena Ansa-Asare and the institution’s vice-rector, Dr. Samuel Akortey Akor, received a special mention for their dedication to education in the country and to MountCrest in particular.

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Over 15,200 students gain admission into Delhi University colleges in Round 2 : The Tribune India https://virginiamarticollege.com/over-15200-students-gain-admission-into-delhi-university-colleges-in-round-2-the-tribune-india/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 15:52:00 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/over-15200-students-gain-admission-into-delhi-university-colleges-in-round-2-the-tribune-india/ PTI New Delhi, November 3 More than 15,200 students were admitted to various colleges of Delhi University in the second round of seat allocation, a senior university official said on Thursday. Of these, 9,439 are those who were awarded places in the first round of admission and later upgraded to their chosen university […]]]>


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New Delhi, November 3

More than 15,200 students were admitted to various colleges of Delhi University in the second round of seat allocation, a senior university official said on Thursday.

Of these, 9,439 are those who were awarded places in the first round of admission and later upgraded to their chosen university and course in the second merit list.

“Up to 15,236 students who have been awarded places on the second list have confirmed their places and submitted fees,” DU Admissions Dean Haneet Gandhi told PTI.

Admission to the second round of seat allocation is in progress. The university began the admissions process for more than 70,000 places in September.

In the first round of DU seat allocation, 59,100 candidates were allocated seats. A total of 15,398 candidates confirmed their seats in the first round.

The admissions process, which began on September 12, involves three phases: the first phase was to apply to the university, the second phase was to fill in preferences, and the third phase was to assign seats with admission. .

This year, Delhi University is admitting students through CUET scores instead of their Class 12 scores. On September 12, the university released CSAS, its Admission with Stipend Policy.

Admission through CSAS takes place in three phases – submission of the application form, selection of programs and filling in preferences, and allocation of places and admission.

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Over 15,200 Students Gain Admission into Delhi University Colleges in Round 2 https://virginiamarticollege.com/over-15200-students-gain-admission-into-delhi-university-colleges-in-round-2/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 15:45:09 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/over-15200-students-gain-admission-into-delhi-university-colleges-in-round-2/ New Delhi, Nov 3 (PTI) Over 15,200 students have been admitted to various colleges of Delhi University in the second round of seat allocation, a senior university official said on Thursday. Of these, 9,439 are those who were awarded places in the first round of admission and later upgraded to their chosen university and course […]]]>

New Delhi, Nov 3 (PTI) Over 15,200 students have been admitted to various colleges of Delhi University in the second round of seat allocation, a senior university official said on Thursday.
Of these, 9,439 are those who were awarded places in the first round of admission and later upgraded to their chosen university and course in the second merit list.
“As many as 15,236 students who have been awarded places on the second list have confirmed their places and submitted fees,” Haneet Gandhi, dean of admissions at UD, told PTI.
Admission to the second round of seat allocation is in progress. The university began the admissions process for more than 70,000 places in September.
In the first round of DU seat allocation, 59,100 candidates were allocated seats. A total of 15,398 candidates confirmed their seats in the first round.
The admissions process, which began on September 12, involves three phases: the first phase was to apply to the university, the second phase was to fill in preferences, and the third phase was to assign seats with admission. .
This year, Delhi University is admitting students through CUET scores instead of their Class 12 scores. On September 12, the university released CSAS, its Admission with Stipend Policy.
Admission through CSAS takes place in three phases – submission of the application form, selection of programs and filling in preferences, and allocation of places and admission. PTI AV NMS

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India News | Over 15,200 Students Gain Admission into Delhi University Colleges in Round 2 https://virginiamarticollege.com/india-news-over-15200-students-gain-admission-into-delhi-university-colleges-in-round-2/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 15:30:12 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/india-news-over-15200-students-gain-admission-into-delhi-university-colleges-in-round-2/ New Delhi, Nov 3 (PTI) Over 15,200 students have been admitted to various colleges of Delhi University in the second round of seat allocation, a senior university official said on Thursday. Of these, 9,439 are those who were awarded places in the first round of admission and later upgraded to their chosen university and course […]]]>

New Delhi, Nov 3 (PTI) Over 15,200 students have been admitted to various colleges of Delhi University in the second round of seat allocation, a senior university official said on Thursday.

Of these, 9,439 are those who were awarded places in the first round of admission and later upgraded to their chosen university and course in the second merit list.

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“As many as 15,236 students who have been awarded places on the second list have confirmed their places and submitted fees,” UD Dean of Admissions Haneet Gandhi told PTI.

Admission to the second round of seat allocation is in progress. The university began the admissions process for more than 70,000 places in September.

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In the first round of DU seat allocation, 59,100 candidates were allocated seats. A total of 15,398 candidates confirmed their seats in the first round.

The admissions process, which began on September 12, involves three phases: the first phase was to apply to the university, the second phase was to fill in preferences, and the third phase was to assign seats with admission. .

This year, Delhi University is admitting students through CUET scores instead of their Class 12 scores. On September 12, the university released CSAS, its Admission with Stipend Policy.

Admission through CSAS takes place in three phases – submission of the application form, selection of programs and filling in preferences, and allocation of places and admission.

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Karnataka makes meditation compulsory in schools and junior colleges https://virginiamarticollege.com/karnataka-makes-meditation-compulsory-in-schools-and-junior-colleges/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 09:02:00 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/karnataka-makes-meditation-compulsory-in-schools-and-junior-colleges/ The Karnataka government on Thursday issued instructions to schools and junior colleges in the state to provide a 10-minute meditation session for students. State Education Minister BC Nagesh said necessary guidelines have been issued regarding holding meditation sessions in schools and colleges for 10 minutes each day. The measure is taken to increase concentration, […]]]>

The Karnataka government on Thursday issued instructions to schools and junior colleges in the state to provide a 10-minute meditation session for students.

State Education Minister BC Nagesh said necessary guidelines have been issued regarding holding meditation sessions in schools and colleges for 10 minutes each day.

The measure is taken to increase concentration, health and good thoughts. It will also help students overcome stress and acquire knowledge freely in pre-university schools and colleges, the minister said.

The “dhyan” meditation session is conducted in schools in many districts of the state. Requests have been made to allow 10-minute meditation classes at all schools and colleges, he said.

Regular meditation sessions should be conducted for students.

School and college principals should set a time and organize a meditation session for students, Minister Nagesh said.

The move is likely to draw criticism as progressive thinkers and minority organizations have criticized the ruling BJP for “saffronizing education”.

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About 59,100 students gain admission into Delhi’s university colleges in first round of seat allocation https://virginiamarticollege.com/about-59100-students-gain-admission-into-delhis-university-colleges-in-first-round-of-seat-allocation/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 17:01:25 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/about-59100-students-gain-admission-into-delhis-university-colleges-in-first-round-of-seat-allocation/ “About 59,100 have sealed their admission by paying a fee,” DU Registrar Vikas Gupta said. Image credit: shutterstock.com New Delhi: About 59,100 applicants paid fees and gained admission into various undergraduate programs in the first round of seat allocation at Delhi University, Registrar Vikas Gupta said on Tuesday. Tuesday was the last day for fee […]]]>

“About 59,100 have sealed their admission by paying a fee,” DU Registrar Vikas Gupta said.

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About 59,100 applicants paid fees and gained admission into various undergraduate programs in the first round of seat allocation at Delhi University, Registrar Vikas Gupta said on Tuesday. Tuesday was the last day for fee payment by those accepting college and their assigned course.

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“Of the 72,800 students who accepted the college and course, approximately 59,100 sealed their admission by paying a fee,” Gupta said. Gupta said vacant seats will be posted on Wednesday. Thereafter, the university will open a two-day window from Wednesday allowing those who have been admitted to undergraduate courses to progress to their higher preference of “program + college combination”. READ ALSO | All Unreserved Seats at St Stephen’s College are filled in Round 1: Dean of Admissions Delhi University





“It is important to note that an applicant who is upgraded will be required to ‘accept’ the upgraded seat and complete admissions procedures on the upgraded assigned seats within the specified time frame,” Gupta said in a statement based on seat availability. . , the university will declare the second round of the Central Seating Allocation System (CSAS Round-II) on Oct. 30, he said.

“For the second round of allocation, candidates must accept the seat allocated from Monday, October 31 at 10:00 a.m. to Tuesday, November 1 at 4:59 p.m.,” he added. The university has advised students to continue to check the Delhi University admissions website regularly for all admission-related updates. LEARN MORE | Delhi University releases first cut lists for admission to courses offered under NCWEB

According to the detailed schedule released by the university earlier this month, colleges will verify and approve the online application from October 31 to November 2. The deadline for applicants to pay admission fees online is November 3. For the third round, the vacant slate will be posted on November 4. In the third round, the university will give a chance for mid-entry and a window to rearrange higher preferences from November 5-7. According to the schedule, the third allocation list will be announced on November 10.

Candidates must accept the assigned seat by November 13. The college will verify and approve online applications from November 11-14. The university will announce the first round of allocation for vacant seats by November 17. The university may announce more on-site rounds subject to the availability of vacant seats, the statement said.

At the University of Delhi, admissions to 79 undergraduate programs in 67 colleges, departments and centers are made for the first time on the basis of Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores. Until last year, admissions were through merit lists based on Class 12 grades, which saw thresholds soar. The university used to announce up to seven cut lists each year.

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DU Permanent Teaching Jobs: Appointment Starts at Delhi University Colleges https://virginiamarticollege.com/du-permanent-teaching-jobs-appointment-starts-at-delhi-university-colleges/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 05:22:40 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/du-permanent-teaching-jobs-appointment-starts-at-delhi-university-colleges/ The process of permanent appointment of teachers working on ad-hoc basis in the Delhi government-funded affiliated colleges of Delhi University has started, an official said on Monday, adding that more than 5,000 teachers would be appointed on a permanent basis. . Appointments are also ongoing for the position of Assistant Professor at Shivaji College which […]]]>

The process of permanent appointment of teachers working on ad-hoc basis in the Delhi government-funded affiliated colleges of Delhi University has started, an official said on Monday, adding that more than 5,000 teachers would be appointed on a permanent basis. .

Appointments are also ongoing for the position of Assistant Professor at Shivaji College which has a total of 101 vacancies.

Interested candidates can apply online through the University of Delhi website till November 7.

There has long been a demand for the permanent appointment of teachers in the colleges of Delhi University. In many colleges of the university, more than 50% of the teachers had been appointed on an ad hoc basis.

The Delhi Teachers` Association (DTA) had sent a proposal to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia that a special session of the Assembly be convened to discuss the issue of permanent appointment teachers in Delhi’s 28 government-funded colleges. .

The AAP Government of Punjab has already issued a notification to ensure the regularization of the work of teachers. In view of this, teachers in Delhi also demanded the adoption of the Punjab government’s formula on employment stabilization.

According to the DTA, around 4,000 teachers and “temporary” staff have been working at Delhi University’s 28 colleges for more than 10 years.

In the 28 government funded colleges in Delhi, the number of ad hoc teachers in 2006-2007 was 10% while currently these colleges have 60-70% ad hoc teachers.

The colleges are — Motilal Nehru College, Satyawati College, Sri Aurobindo College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Swami Shraddhanand College, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College, Vivekananda College, Laxmibai College, Kalindi College, Rajdhani College, Shivaji College, Maharaja Agrasen College, among others.

According to DTA, there has not been a permanent appointment for a long time, adding that some colleges do not have a permanent teacher in their department.

These ad hoc teachers, mostly in the 35-45 age bracket, have been working for more than a decade.

In addition, these teachers do not receive any medical benefits, travel concessions, etc. Similarly, ad hoc teachers do not benefit from maternity leave either.

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DU Admission 2022: Over 54,000 students secure places in Delhi University colleges after first round https://virginiamarticollege.com/du-admission-2022-over-54000-students-secure-places-in-delhi-university-colleges-after-first-round/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 04:59:40 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/du-admission-2022-over-54000-students-secure-places-in-delhi-university-colleges-after-first-round/ Nearly 54,000 students sealed their admission to Delhi University this year by paying the fees of the 72,800 students who accepted the college and courses assigned to them by the university. The last date to pay DU admission fees for its undergraduate programs after the first round of seating is October 25. an official statement. […]]]>

Nearly 54,000 students sealed their admission to Delhi University this year by paying the fees of the 72,800 students who accepted the college and courses assigned to them by the university.

The last date to pay DU admission fees for its undergraduate programs after the first round of seating is October 25. an official statement.

According to the statement, as of Monday evening, 54,162 candidates had paid their fees after their applications were approved. Previously, the deadline for online payment of admission fees was October 24.

The university said applicants who do not pay admission fees by Tuesday will not be able to participate in subsequent rounds of the Common Seating Allocation System (CSAS). He said vacant seats will be posted on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, UA admissions for 79 undergraduate programs in 67 colleges, departments, and centers are ongoing based on Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores for the first time.

Until last year, admissions were through merit lists based on Grade 12 grades, which saw thresholds soar. The university used to announce up to seven cut lists each year.

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DU Admissions 2022: Top CUET UGs Head to Prestigious Delhi University Colleges https://virginiamarticollege.com/du-admissions-2022-top-cuet-ugs-head-to-prestigious-delhi-university-colleges/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 03:53:00 +0000 https://virginiamarticollege.com/du-admissions-2022-top-cuet-ugs-head-to-prestigious-delhi-university-colleges/ Admissions FROM 2022: The University of Delhi (DU) launched the first round of seat allocation through its Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) on Wednesday. Unlike in previous years, DU did not publish a cut list based on Board exam scores. Students logged into their CSAS dashboard to find an assigned program and college based on […]]]>

Admissions FROM 2022: The University of Delhi (DU) launched the first round of seat allocation through its Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) on Wednesday. Unlike in previous years, DU did not publish a cut list based on Board exam scores. Students logged into their CSAS dashboard to find an assigned program and college based on preferences marked during the application process.

The Indian Express spoke to 14 CUET toppers who scored 100 percentile in five subjects. Of these, four were awarded to St. Stephens College, three to Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), two to Hindu College, Miranda House and Lady Shri Ram College. While 13 of the top 14 applicants earned their first program and university preference, the remaining top applicant was awarded their second preference (B.Com Honors at SRCC instead of Economics Honours):

Here are their details:

Name: Ishaan Shahabadi

Age: 17

School: Sachdeva Public School (Sector 13), Delhi

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 94.6% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) English at St. Stephen’s Middle School

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) English at St. Stephen’s Middle School

Name: Preetam Singh

Age: 17

School: Sanskrit Public School, Gorakhpur

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 97.4% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons) History at Hindu College

College and program awarded: BA (Hons) History at Hindu Middle School

Name: Tanmay Singh Bhadawat

Age: 18

School: DPS Jodhpur

Plank: CBSE

Board Review: 97.4% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) Political Science at Hindu Middle School

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) Political Science at Hindu Middle School

Name: Priyanshi Choudhary

Age: 18

School: Victor National Public School, Delhi

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 98% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) Political Science at Vivekanada Middle School

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) Political Science at Vivekananda Middle School

Name: Megha Goenka

Age: 17

School: DPS Guwahati

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 98% (Trade)

CUET score: 796.2941

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) Economics at SRCC

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) Economics at SRCC

Name: Apeksha Sehgal

Age: 17

School: St. Marcs Upper Secondary School for Girls

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 98.8% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) Psychology at LSR Middle School

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) Psychology at LSR Middle School

Name: Ansh Gattani

Age: 18

School: Noble International School, Bhilwada

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 99% (Trade)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): B. Com. (Hons.) at SRCC

College and program awarded: B. Com. (Hons) at SRCC

Sahaana Ramesh

Age: 18

School: Cambridge School Noida

Plank: CBSE

Board Review: 99.2% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying) BA (Hons.) Political Science at Miranda House

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) Political Science at Miranda House

Name: Bhavikaa Keshwani

Age: 17

School: G.D. Goenka Public School, Delhi

Plank: LIT

Board Review: 94.4% (Letters)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Political Science and Economics) Program at St. Stephen’s Middle School

College and program awarded: BA Program (Political Science and Economics) at St. Stephen’s College

Name: Sneha Dey

Age: 18

School: Cambridge School Noida

Plank: CBSE

Board Review: 97.8% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) Political Science at Miranda House

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) Political Science at Miranda House

Name: Khushi Sharma

Age: 17

School: Manav Rachna International School, Faridabad

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 98% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) Economics at SRCC

College and program awarded: B. Com. (Hons.) at SRCC

Name: Vrinda Parihar

Age: 17

School: KC International School, Jammu

Plank: CBSE

Board Review: 98.2% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) History at LSR

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) History at LSR

Name: Harshit Choudhary

Age: 18

School: Jayshree Periwal High School, Jaipur

Plank: CBSE

Board review: 99% (humanities)

CUET score: 792/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) History at St. Stephen’s College

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) History at St. Stephen’s College

Name: Deepanshu

Age: 18

School: Indraprastha Nunnery Higher Secondary School, Delhi

Plank: CBSE

Board Review: 96.6% (humanities)

CUET score: 800/800

First preference (marked when applying): BA (Hons.) History at St. Stephen’s Middle School

College and program awarded: BA (Hons.) History at St Stephen’s College

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