After scrapping the College Level Counselling (CLC), it is in demand again in Madhya Pradesh. Students of the state put their concern over the tedious online process of counselling and demanded college level counselling.
As admissions in Madhya Pradesh are going on for different courses in various colleges, some students found difficulty in the ongoing online process. Especially students from villages who are not comfortable with the online process are worried. They said it is not easy to understand the online process for them.
Student organisations also demanded college level counselling. Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) came forward to alleviate students’ problem. They consult State Minister Deepak Joshi and asked for introducing college-level counselling. Also, some ministers are saying many students are not getting college according to their preference due to the online process.
“The online process of admission is a very long process. Keeping the benefit of students in mind, there was a college level admission procedure every year. It should also be introduced this year. This will facilitate students to take admission in colleges according to their preference,” said J N Chouksey, president of ATPI (Association of Technical and professional Institutes).
Earlier, some evidence of the illegal process of admission came in the limelight. So, to avoid any corruption in the admission process, senior authorities scrapped the college level counselling. Now, after getting the concern of students, educationist are saying college level admission process can be re-introduced if the documents of students get verified properly.
Mr Joshi said the demand of students cannot be neglected and the authorities are thinking about it. He said a proper document verification would be done by the teachers of government colleges. The final decision over college level counselling will come soon.