Delhi University Admission portal’s third technical glitch led to anxiety among the students

The university has extended the time for admissions under the third cut-off list till 4th July because of technical glitch faced on Monday. Even though, Tuesday was declared as the last day for admission under the third cut-off list announced by the Delhi University.

At 8.30 am on Monday, University’s admission portal again faced a technical flaw and became non-functional due to which students were unable to get their admission slips and finish their withdrawal process.

Many students gathered in north campus to fetch some information and came to known by an official that the problem occurred due to a “cable theft” near metro station of Vishwavidyalaya.

This is the third time since 19th June, when University’s admission portal faced technical malfunctioning which led to fear and anxiety among students about their chances of getting an admission.

“I got 95.75% marks in Class XII. I was sure I’ll get into mathematics and so I went to Sri Venkateswara College on Saturday. But they said that as my marks are more I should come for admission on the third day,” said NandiniAgarwal who arrived from Jaipur on 30th June, which was the first day of the third cutoff admissions.

Another day she went to Ramjas College as she was unsure about her chances of getting a seat at Venky but a technical glitch she faced on the university portal make her feel upset and she’s not sure if she’ll get an admission at the University of Delhi.

There are so many aspirants who faced the same problem due to the portal’s glitch which signifies that maybe the university is not ready for such advancement or something’s wrong with the administration. As reported by an official grievance cell has “written to higher authorities to extend admission dates. We’re awaiting confirmation from the vice chancellor.”