Considering the high number of vacant seats, there is a possibility of 10 colleges closing down which have not received a single student admission.
Officials said that the vacant seats will now be handed over to the respective colleges to be filled. Giving a low down on the admissions, admission committee officials said that there are 8 MBA and 1 MCA Colleges where not a single student took admission.
There are 32 MBA Colleges and 8 MCA colleges where less that 10 students have taken the admission, while there are 41 MBA and 11 MCA Colleges where less than 20 Students have taken admission.
In all, there are 32 MBA Colleges of which 45 colleges have got 100% admissions, while there are 86 MVA Colleges of which 45 Colleges have received cent percent admissions.
"The popularity of Management courses has plummeted among students who prefer to look for other career options. The reason is saturation in this area. Job opportunities in management courses have decreased like never before. Moreover, a large number of MBA seats are in college situated in rural parts of the state where there is a dearth staff and lack of infrastructure", said an academician.