On Friday Univerity of Delhi issued a notification by Dean Examination providing the helpline number for students to ease the admission process. The University of Delhi is going to begin its admission process from today I.e, 20th June. The portal shall remain open till 4th June 2020. Students willing to take admission in Delhi University can visit the University’s official website and register themselves on the portal and fill the admission form.
When the entire admission process is online, students might face problems during the process. The University of Delhi on 19th June released a notification stating that Dr. Ajay Kumar Arora, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Keshav Mahavidyalaya shall act as nodal officer to look after the work related to the grievances of the open book exams (OBE). As per the University’s notification, Dr. Ajay has been assigned the authority and responsibility to deal with the matters or grievances of final year and ex year students.
The notification states that Dr. Ajay will also be handling the grievances related to the assessment of the intermediate students of the School of Open Learning (SOL) and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) for the academic session 2019-20. The notification has been drafted in light of the COVID-19 situation and the problems associated with online admission and assessment of last year’s SOL and NCWEB results.
Furthermore, he will deal with all the grievances as per the notification issued by the examination wing and applicable rules related to examinations for the academic session 2019-20.
Delhi University in its official notification released on 19th June 2020, has provided the helpline number and email ID for students. Students can contact the officials assigned by the University who are dealing with the grievances for any problem or issue faced during the admission process.
Delhi University’s helpline number for the grievances related to the admission process is 011-27008499 and the email ID provided by the University is email@example.com.
Students can contact the Delhi University officials on the helpline number or can send an email in case they face any problem or issue during the admission process. The University will respond to the grievances of the students sent through emails by the evening or at most by the next day. Delhi University has also been uploading video tutorials to make students understand and familiar with the online admission process. The University portal will remain open for 15 days till 4th June 2020 and will stop accepting the responses by 5 PM.
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