This time in Lucknow University, preparations are made to get admission in graduate classes through entrance examination. There is a round of meetings regarding this. A high-level meeting has been called on 23 February. In which the admission will be finalized. Currently, there is talk of seeking applications for admission from March 9.
Because of Corona, in the last session, LU had admitted in its UG courses on the basis of merit. Because the corona is now under control, this time it is preparing for admission through the entrance examination. However, the final decision has not been made yet. On 23, the Admissions Committee meeting has been called. Which will be the final decision. The university has about 3800 undergraduate and 4000 postgraduate seats. Churn is going on with admission to them. On the lines of B.Ed., online applications will also be taken for admission in UG. LU spokesperson Durgesh Srivastava said that no decision has been taken on the admission process, nor any cut-off has been issued seeking applications for admission. Everything will be decided in the meeting on 23 February. After that the detailed schedule will be released.
Colleges will continue to have independence: On
the lines of last year, this time too colleges will be given the option of centralized system. The university will give opportunity to the colleges that want to be associated with the admission process. Those who want to get their entrance examination or direct admission will have freedom. According to the rules of the university, the list of colleges which will be attached to the entrance examination will be released on the website at the time of admission. Students not able to get admission in the university will be able to take admission in the college.
The dream of a self-reliant India made towards self-employment to students can be fulfilled through entrepreneurship. Today people with low capital can also become entrepreneurs by employing themselves through various startup schemes run by the Government of India. These things were told by Basic Education Minister Satish Satish Chandra Dwivedi. He was addressing the last day of a two-day seminar on the subject of Entrepreneurship Development Employment Generation and Development Action Plan organized by LU Department of Commerce, Center of Excellence. He said that entrepreneurship is more a matter of behavior than theory. MLA Neeraj Bora, who attended the program as the chief guest, also highlighted the importance of entrepreneurship. During this period, the head of the Department of Commerce, Prof. Awadhesh Tripathi, Dr. Nagendra Maurya, Prof. Vinay Kumar Pandey etc. was present.