Delhi University’s online admission process for undergraduate courses received an overwhelming response with the numbers crossing the 2 Lakh mark.
A senior varsity official, on condition of anonymity said that, “As expected, the online registrations is hugely appreciated and welcomed by the applicants. We have received a total of 2, 00,411 admission applications, of which 1, 13,614 have also made payment till June 3.”
The pre-admission ‘Open Days’ counseling exercise is now available online for the welfare of the admission seekers. The exercise was physically conducted in DU campus till early this week and was meant for guiding the parents and the students. To further counsel the students, a helpdesk has been set up to provide individual counseling to students. The help-desk team consists of staff from its Department of Student Welfare and student volunteers. Moreover, there is a community radio (90.4 Mhz), to cater to the queries of the applicants. It is running a special program called ‘Mission DU Admission’ – wherein college principals and teachers are invited as experts.
The online applications will be accepted till June 15 while offline form submission will be accepted from June 5 to June 15 at nine registration centers. The nine centers are Gargi College, Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College, Rajdhani College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Dyal Singh College, Shyam Singh College, PG DAV College, SGTB Khalsa College and one centre at North Campus.
Extra Curricular activities (ECA) and sports quota applications are being taken at the respective colleges only in offline mode. However, there will be no offline applications for St Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College. These two minority institutions have separate admission rules. DU is expected to release the first cut-off list on June 25.