The cut off discharged by DU for SC, ST understudies keeping in mind the end goal to seek after PhD in Mathematics has raised numerous eyebrows as it has been settled at zero for SC/ST understudies.
The cut off discharged by the Delhi University (DU) for SC, ST understudies so as to seek after PhD in Mathematics has raised numerous eyebrows and got high feedback on Twitter. Yes, you read it right. DU has discharged the meeting calendar and cut off imprints for the PhD admissions to the Department of Mathematics and the later has been settled at zero for understudies having a place with SC/ST classification.
Trusting it difficult to acknowledge that on one hand, the cut off is 94 for every penny for the open class, anybody can apply for the course from the previously mentioned held classifications. The confirmation interviews began from July 31 will go ahead till August 4, 2017.
Cut-off at DU for PhD Mathematics
According to Indian Express report, the college has discharged the names of 223 hopefuls who have been chosen for the meeting rounds. Among those, around 32 competitors vieing for seats in the SC/ST classes. Understudies couldn’t process the way that SC/ST competitors did not require even fundamental passing characteristics of 30-40 for each penny keeping in mind the end goal to be qualified for the program.
Numerous understudies communicated their outrage with respect to the same on twitter. Here are few of the responses: