INDORE: Bachelor of Arts (BA) has become one of the most sought-after course as around 2393 candidates are in waiting for 140 vacant seats of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government Arts And Commerce College (GACC). Followed by 800 candidates, waiting for 263 vacant seats of Old GDC and 317 candidates who have applied for 57 vacant seats of New GDC. As only a couple of days are remaining for the last round of college level counselling (CLC), considerable number of candidates are seen thronging the government colleges. The counselling will end in two days, said DHE’s additional director R C Jatwa. “The colleges will have to ensure that admission is given on the merit basis,” he added. Holkar Science College’s Bachelors of Science (Physics Computer Mathematics) has fetched 900 candidates against 80 vacant seats. Whereas BSc (Physics, Chemistry, Maths) has drawn 700 candidates against 20 seats. As for the 22 vacant seats of BSc (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry) 600 candidates want to get admission. On the other hand, for this academic session, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) will not be able to fill its 200 vacant seats under UG and PG courses. “We had been directed by the court not to give any admission to the candidates post the CLC round. We have not been upgrading any seats of any courses as well,” said DAVV spokesperson Dr Chandan Gupta.