While lakhs of students are eagerly waiting for their CBSE Term ll result, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has reportedly approached the University Grants Commission (UGC) over admissions to various undergraduate programmes.
Soon after reports of a few colleges starting admissions to UG programmes without waiting for Class 12 result announcement came to the fore, the Board requested UGC to direct all higher educational institutions to plan their admission calendar keeping in mind the date of CBSE result declaration.
According to sources in the UGC, taking into consideration the concerns of CBSE, the higher education regulator will issue an advisory to all universities next week, reported The Indian Express.
In its letter to the UGC (June 28), the Board wrote, “It has come to the notice that some universities in India, especially in Maharashtra, have started registration in undergraduate courses for the session (2022-’23) and their last date is in the first week of July. It is, therefore, requested that all the universities may please be directed to fix the last date of their undergraduate admission process keeping in mind the date of result declaration of Class XII by CBSE.”
Earlier, Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Exams, CBSE had said that the Board will 'protect the interest of its students'. "The Board is on track to advance the schedule. UG admission schedule of different institutions are kept in mind and CBSE (is) in touch with the concerned authorities to protect the interest of its students," Bhardwaj had told The Indian Express.
Meanwhile, the Board is expected to announce class 10 and class 12 results in the last week of July as per the CBSE schedule. Over 35 lakh students had appeared for the board exams which were conducted in offline mode across the country.