Delhi University Registration Ends Today, Over 3 Lakh Apply Till Now

13 Jun, 2019
Delhi University Registration Ends Today, Over 3 Lakh Apply Till Now

For various courses in affiliated colleges like Delhi University (DU)’s Undergraduate (UG) admissions, over 3 lakh students have registered. According to the latest data shown by DU, 2, 96,296 candidates have registered on the DU website for the admission of undergraduate course by 10th June. 1, 84,699 candidates out of 2.96 lakh have paid their fees.

The NCR-based universities started registrations for their UG programs on the 30th of May and the process will be ending today.

Various colleges affiliated to the varsity, including the top-ranked colleges like St. Stephens College, Hindu College, SRCC, LSR, and Miranda College are likely to release the first cut-off list by the 20th of June which is a week after the conclusion of the registration process.

The second cut-off list is expected by the 25th of June and the third cut-off list is expected to be released by the 29th of June.

The fourth cut-off lists will be out on the 4th of July and the fifth cut-off lists will be out on the 9th of July respectively.

There has been a 10 percent increase in seats for the EWS and there will be a rise of close to 6,000 seats this year. The total number of seats for undergraduate courses are around 62,000

The admission forms for DU can be filled on the official website of the varsity,

On Monday, the Delhi High Court sought to know the stand of the Centre and DU on a plea challenging its new admission criteria for an undergraduate course. The bench of justice Anu Malhotra and Talwant Singh said that there was arbitrariness because of amending the criteria just a day before the opening of registration for admission. The observation of the bench came while hearing a plea by lawyer Charanpal Singh Bagri who claimed the varsity’s decision to amend the criteria at the last moment was in violation of the principle of natural justice.

There was a lot of hues and cry on the internet against the amended norms and observed that it would be appropriate if students had also joined the petitioner.

Writer by passion, journalist by profession, Ankit has a sensitive nose for news, especially about educational affairs.


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