Delhi University is all set to restrict the number of times applicants or students applying to the university can change the courses or colleges during the admission process. The new regulation will be implemented from DU Admission 2019 application process from this academic year onwards. According to sources, the suggestions made by DU College Principals to the committee for undergraduate admissions of the university.
As per the official notification, Delhi University will start the admission process for 2019-20 by April 15, 2019, and complete the application process by May 7, 2019. This is relatively earlier as compared to last year when Delhi University had started the admissions in May. Along with announcing the admission process, the university has also put forth some new changes which will be introduced in the admission process from the academic year 2019-20. The university also introduced a few more changes in the admission process which are mentioned which are as follows:
Delhi University Admission 2019: Key Changes – Where earlier candidates shifting streams faced a 5 percent slack in their best of four averages, the university has now reduced the slack to 2 percent. Also, the admission process for the Sports and ECA quota will be held separately. The admissions to candidates under this section will begin on May 20, 2019.
Delhi University conducts admission to different undergraduate and postgraduate programmes every year. The admissions are based on the best of four marks secured by candidates in their qualifying examination. Candidates who seek admissions to the undergraduate programmes have to enter their best of four marks (average of best four subjects) while filling the application form. The University of Delhi releases close to 11 cutoffs every year for the admission to the 86 colleges affiliated to the university. Apart from St. Stephens College and Jesus and Mary College, all the colleges affiliated to the university have a common admission process.
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