The admissions for the undergraduate and postgraduate programs 2018 is now open on the official website of Delhi University du.ac.in. The applications for DU undergraduate programs started from May 15 and will close on June 7, 2018. Students who are waiting for their Class 12 or qualifying examination results can also apply for the Delhi University admissions. Same is the case for postgraduate courses. For any query, the open days are being organized by the Delhi University from May 21 to May 28, 2018. Enlisted below are 5 important things students need to know about filling the online application form.
It is recommended that students should carefully go through the information bulletin provided by the board before filling the online application forms. Also, the information is available at the time of filling the form as well regarding the eligibility criteria for that particular course. Though we have tried to give clarity as much as possible below regarding the online application forms, it is recommended that the students should attend the Open Days in case of any particular concerns.
To begin with, students should note that there is only one online application form for all the colleges. Students are required to fill the online application form which is now available on admissions.du.ac.in. No offline forms would be accepted by the varsity.
Students would not be allowed to make any changes in the online application forms once the payment has been made. Students can, however, register and fill the form at leisure after they have carefully gone through the information bulletin.
Only one form is required for both entrance based courses and merit-based courses. The students can choose both options while filling the online application forms.
Students who are still waiting for their results may select Results Awaited option and provide the roll number of the qualifying examination. The admissions would be on the basis of the marks obtained in the qualifying examination (for merit-based admissions) or on the basis of the candidates getting the minimum marks as required (for entrance based admissions).
Admissions to 5 percent ECA and Sports Quota seats are also now open. Candidates would be able to apply for the quota by uploading a self-attested copy of their certificates in the selected category. Selection, however, would be on the basis of the trials which would be conducted by the university on a specific day. The schedule would be shared accordingly.
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