Higher Education

Online College Admissions Went for a Loss in MP

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Due to the slow server of the higher education department of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, students are facing great difficulties in applying for online admission. They are facing difficulties in downloading the admission forms online across the sate.

 The online admissions witnessed a sudden rise in the past few days after the Class XII results were announced. The website for online admission went for a toss after many students started applying simultaneously.

The online registration for the next academic session began from May 21. The last date for the registration is June 10. Students will have four days from June 18 to 21 to take admission in colleges across the state. The verification of the documents will be done from May 21 to June 11.

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According to the higher education department guidelines, students can download application forms from the official website of the department. The department has also uploaded a format which will guide the students to fill the application form.

Commissioner, higher education, V S Niranjan denied that there was any problem faced by students. “I have not received any complaint from anyone regarding the slow server. I have been personally visiting colleges to check if the system is functioning properly,” Niranjan claimed. He added that the department has successfully conducted the admission of 21,120 students since the launch of the scheme.

 One being asked about the slow server speed at several MP Online kiosks, Niranjan said they have made proper arrangements. “This might be due to problems in the computers which they are using. There is no problem at our end”..

Students who fail to get the online admission in their desired courses or colleges can take admission against the vacant seats available in other colleges. Students can also appear for the college-level counseling after they fail to take online admission in the college of their choice.

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