The whole India is in lockdown under the order of our honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji and hence, all the work is stopped or postponed for 21 days to save our life from this epidemic (COVID-19).
Delhi University has put the registration process for admission on hold. The circumstances have forced the universities to take this step due to the outbreak of the coronavirus because safety is first in all aspects.
As per the notice, the university will remain closed till April 14. So not only the admission process is delayed but the whole work in postponed by the University. The work from home is advised to the Delhi University teachers and the online classes are taken by the educators to help the students.
The Delhi University said in a statement on Friday that the registration process for admission for the session 2020-2021 in UG/PG/M.Phil/Ph.D courses at the University of Delhi are on hold till further orders.
The application process for the Entrance exam is also postponed by the University. It is postponed by the National Testing Agency (NTA) which will organize and conduct DU Entrance Test (DUET), for entrance based UG courses and PG courses offered by the University.
All the previous information about the application process is of no use now as the process is postponed by the University due to this horrible disease. As per the exam schedule released by NTA, the DUET application process was due to start on April 2. However, no such update was made on the website.
This epidemic affects the board examination most as the student is yet left with there 2 or 3 subject exams .the result is too affected by it. As there is a delay in the result it is quite conspicuous that the college admission would be delayed too.
Delhi University admission process for the merit-based course would be in force only after the result of CBSE board is out. Similarly, it is quite obvious that the other state universities’ admission process to UG courses would start only after the state board results are released.
As the virus is too dangerous to handle the best precaution is to stay home and maintain social distancing. We don’t have any other method to fight against it. All the work including the board exams has been stopped or postponed until we control this virus from being spread.
Board exams for several state boards as well as CBSE and CISCE have been postponed. Bihar Board is the only board that concluded the class 12th board examination in February and release the result in March.
I hope we will recover soon and the University admission process would be on the track as soon as possible.