The online admission registration to undergraduate courses of Delhi University (DU) will begin from May 28, an official said on 16 May. The university will first begin online registration from May 28, and the offline registration will start from June 5.
“The last date for registration for both online and offline mode is June 15,” DU’s spokesperson said. The eight centres for offline registration are Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, Dyal Singh College, Gargi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, PGDAV College, Rajdhani College, Shyam Lal College, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College.
The first cut-off will be released on June 25.
DU Dean of Students Welfare JM Khurana said, “Both online and offline registrations will continue for the UG admissions. The online registration will be available from May 28 to June 15. Students would be able to access the online OMR forms on the DU’s website (du.ac.in).”
“Earlier, suppose if 100 students matched the cut-off, only the ones who could get themselves enrolled on the said number of seats would be enrolled while the rest would be denied admission. This practice will be done away with from this year,” he added.
The first cut-off list will be announced on June 25, followed by six more of these lists till July 24, he said, adding that the students will have three days to complete enrolment under each of the lists. It will be mandatory for students seeking admission to B.Com and Economics Honours courses to have mathematics as a subject in Class 12. It, however, will not be mandatory for them to include it in their ‘best-four’ percentage.
Meanwhile, a delegation of Delhi University Students’ Union met the chief minister Arvind Kejriwal to upgrade infrastructure and DU special buses. The CM assured the students and asked them for the routes the buses were to be sent on.