Delhi University has started his admission process of UG and PG courses on 20 June 2020. The applicants have to visit the official website of the Delhi University, du.ac.in to fill the DU admission form. In order to solve the admission relates queries Delhi University has conducted its second live webinar on 29 June at 11 am. This webinar was held on Google Meet from 11 am to 12 am. More than 700 students join this webinar whereas more than 2900 students watch the live streaming video on Facebook. The most common questions among all ware about filling the wrong form, EWS quota, SC/ST, and OBC quota.
Admission Branch Dean Prof. Shobha Bagai, DU’s OSD D. Vipin Kumar Tiwari and other experts answered the students’ questions. During the webinar, a PPT (PowerPoint Presentation) related to admission was also presented to clear the doubts related to the students’ admission.
The first webinar was conducted by Shobha Bagai, Dean (Admissions) along with Haneet Gandhi, Deputy Dean (Admissions), and Suman Kumar, a member of the Admissions branch to solve DU admission related doubts.
Some Frequently asked questions in the webinar are:
Question: There has been a mistake in the form, now what is not being done?
Answer: Take utmost care while filling the form, before submitting the form, check it thoroughly to see if there is any kind of mistake. There is no facility to make corrections after filling the form. Do not make mistakes, we cannot advise you to fill another form.
Question: I am from the EWS category, can I apply under the General category?
Answer: Yes, under the DU application process, students of the EWS category can apply under the General category.
Question: Who is included in the EWS quota?
Answer: Students who do not come under SC, ST, and OBC quota and whose family income is less than eight lakhs, can avail the benefit of EWS quota. This ought to incorporate salary from all sources.
Question: What should I do if I do not have any documents for a quota?
Answer: If the document is not there, apply online to get it made, and apply it at the time of applying for DU. However, at the end of admission, students will be required to show the original certificate.