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With the registration process getting completed on 27th May 2014, the Mahatma Gandhi University would be publishing the trial allotment. The provisional index mark and trial allotment list for admission to degree courses in affiliated arts and science colleges would be published by the University on 30th May 2014. Candidates who had applied for the courses can check the trial allotment by logging in the official CAP portal of the University.
To check the allotment in their UG CAP profile page, candidates should login with the application number and password. As like the previous year, the University will give convenient time for the students to correct / modify the option details and data entered in the online application.
For those who wish to apply for the UG programme which comes under the M G University, the following dates would be more helpful.
Compared with the previous year, there will be a marginal increase in the number of seats for various undergraduate programmes offered by the University. As few new courses will be introduced this year, the number of seats is likely to increase from the existing 21,000 seats. If all the seats in government colleges will be filled through CAP, only the 70% of the seats in aided colleges and 50% in unaided colleges will only come under the single window system.
The Centralized Allotment Process (CAP) which is being prepared to provide the allotments to the various academic programmes offered by the University Departments and affiliated colleges has already got appreciation for students and parents for its simplicity and transparency. Other than applying for multiple courses and colleges in just one application, the students can track their admission process online in just few clicks.
Over 6,000 seats will be made available for science courses under the Centralised Allotment Process (CAP). The The B.Sc. programme in maths has the maximum number of seats with about 1,570 seats available in various affiliated colleges. The available seats from some of the undergraduate programmes are as follows: B. Com – 6,278; B.A. Economics – 1,941; B.A. English – 2,102; B.Sc. Zoology – 999; B.Sc. Botany – 975; BBA – 497; B.Sc. Chemistry – 1,354; BCA – 545; B.A Politics – 180; B.Sc Physics – 1,348; B.Sc. Maths – 1,574.
For more details visit the official CAP web portal of Mahatma Gandhi University.