Scramble for PU seats begins in City

Scramble for PU  seats begins in City

Speaking to Deccan Herald, Bangalore University Principals Association, General Secretary, B S Srikantha stated that the sale of application forms was likely to pick up in the next few days. “We are still not sure as to how the sale of admission forms have been over the past 24 hours. A clearer picture will emerge on Monday,” said Srikantha.

The RBANMS Principal said that students are most likely to aim towards courses offering Business Administration and Commerce. “Perhaps students might even rekindle their interest in computer applications with the IT industry showing signs of revival,” he added.
Srikantha believed that courses in Science and Arts are likely to have a poor run as it does every year.

University of Agricultural Sciences (UAS) Principal, P C Chengappa stated that the UAS also has been receiving sizeable number of enquires for their Bachelor program. “We are expecting at least a 10 time increase in the number of applications compared to last year due to increasing campus placement opportunities in the UAS. Also, students from the rural areas are most likely to opt for our programmes as the fee structure and the courses is ideal for them,” he added.

Another course that is likely to attract students is law. Apart from the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), another prominent college in the City is the Seshadripuram Law College which is banking on their new course, BBA/LLB. “The five year course of combining Business Administration and Bachelor in Law is likely to attract more students this academic year,” says Seshadripuram Law College Principal, Asha.

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