CHENNAI: Only 11 candidates turned up for the one-day registration for admissions to Dhaya College of Engineering. Anna University had organised the registration for the college after the Supreme Court order last week granting the college permission to admit students following a long legal battle.
“On Monday, the registration was open from 9 am to 5.30 pm. Oly 11 students registered for the counseling. This included 10 students for academic courses and one for the vocational course. The counseling will be organised on Tuesday,” said an official with the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions.
The college, run by former Union minister M K Alagiri’s Educational Trust, has 195 seats in the first year including 187 seats in the academic engineering courses and eight in vocational engineering courses. The college offers engineering courses in several disciplines.