DU ADMISSION 2020: THE UNIVERSITY ADVISE THE STUDENTS TO FOLLOW THE OFFICAL NOTICE ONLY
The COVID-19 break down led to a delay in the admission process this year. Delhi University has made a statement about its admission process. DU has released a notice on their official website. As students gear up for college admissions, the University has advised students who are applying for UG and PG courses to not trust any fake updates regarding admission.
The University further mentioned that the students are advised to only trust the official notices which are published on the official website of Delhi University rather than any updates from an unauthentic source for DU admission 2020.
The University has released an official notice on Sunday, regarding the admission process of UG and PG courses that are offered by the Delhi University. The notice was also about the continuation of the press release dated April 3, 2020.
In this regard, all aspirant students of the University of Delhi are informed that the details of admission process and the schedule will be put up on the official website of University of Delhi, the official notice reads.
The notice further states that the applicants are advised not to use or consider any other unauthentic source of information regarding the admission process of Delhi University for the academic year 2020-21.
Moreover, Delhi University mulls to make the entire admission process online. Which also include online verification of certificates. Although Delhi University has put the admission process on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, its admission branch is working toward strengthening the process.
The tentative date sheet has also released by the Delhi University for the Open Book Exams, which are to be executed from July 1, 2020. This date sheet is for final year students only and there is a proposal to promote the first and second years students on the bases of internal assessment and evaluation this for this semester.
Guidelines regarding the conduction of Open Book Exams has also been released on the official website of Delhi University. It is clearly mentioned that the students giving the exams will have minimal usage of the internet and will be given one hour to download their question papers and upload their answer sheets.
The university has advised all students to keep a regular check on the official website of Delhi University for any recent updates and information regarding the registration process and examination date sheets.
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