The arduous DU admissions procedure is well-known among students. These high cut-off lists make it difficult for students to get admission to their preferred college or course. Not every college lives up to students’ aspirations. Almost every student aspires to attend one of the prestigious campus institutions, and “migration” serves as a back door for them. Despite the fact that it is an unjust practice, most students rely on it since it allows them to study in the institution of their choice without having to waste a year of their studies.
Candidates can seek admission to another DU college in their second year through the Inter College Migration procedure. Colleges accept candidates once they meet specific requirements and check to see if there are any open seats. It allows for migration admission based on marks, implying that merit will be the criterion for admission. Furthermore, the percentage of students necessary for migration varies per college and subject. Let’s know more about the procedure.
Who is eligible?
1. Only B.A., B.Com., B.A. (Honours), B.Com (Honours), and B.Sc. (Honours) course students are eligible to transfer to another college.
2. Students must be in the third semester of their studies.
3. Passing all of the papers in the first and second semesters is a mandatory prerequisite.
4. The students must get approval from the principals of both colleges.
The documents required:
- The No Objection Certificate (NOC)from the Head of both the colleges, that is, the one where the candidate is presently studying, and the other where he/she wants to migrate.
- A leaving certificate from the college.
- Mark sheets of the examinations already passed of the 1st and 2nd
Some terms you need to keep in mind:
1. Students are not permitted to transfer from a conventional college to the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) or the School of Open Learning (SOL) since migration is only permitted in semester mode, whereas the SOL and NCWEB are yearly.
2. Students are not authorized to transfer from one institution to another while enrolled in a different programme.
3. At the postgraduate level, inter-college migration is not authorized.
4. Students can only relocate during their third semester.
It is not simple to migrate to another college for a student. If you need to leave your college, you should have a compelling reason, as it is stated in the requirement that migration is not a necessity or a right, but rather a permissive structure. It all depends on the desire of both arriving and leaving colleges; therefore, as a result, a student might not be able to migrate. You should also expect a long and exhausting process, as obtaining the NOC from both universities is a difficult effort that requires sources. However, there have been instances were transferring to another college was quite simple.