Delhi University offered three days to the students for DU admission. They can upload their portfolios and other documents required for admission in UG courses.
Due to COVID-19, students of class 12 did not get their results on time. So, the administration decided to open the portal. The university already opened the portal for students who want to make changes in their application form for DU admission. The correction window is open on the official website www.du.ac.in. from September 12.
Table of Contents
- 1 DU ADMISSION 2020: HIGHEST APPLICATIONS IN LAST THREE YEARS!
- 2 DELHI UNIVERSITY ST STEPHENS COLLEGE FIRST CUTOFF RELEASED
DU ADMISSION PROCESS TILL 2019
This year, the entire process of DU admission will be online. Students do not have to visit the college for admission. Till 2019, after each cut-off, students used to get three days to take admission in the college. The timings to take admission were from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. In this time period, students used to get their documents checked, verified, and pay the fees to get admission in the respective college.
DU ADMISSION PROCESS IS ONLINE AND STUDENT-FRIENDLY
Shobha Bagai, the dean of admission said that the process for DU admission 2020 is completely student-friendly. DU will carry out an online procedure. It is a central university. Students from different states come to study at Delhi University. In most states, there are some issues with internet connectivity. That is why the administration has decided to keep the DU admission portal open for full three days. Students can smoothly carry out their admission process.
DU ADMISSION PROCESS WILL CARRY OUT FOR THREE DAYS
Bagai explained with the help of an example and said that if the admission process begins today at 10 am, it will be open for three days. On the third day till 5 pm, the student can fill the form and choose the college as per his or her choice.
CUT-OFF LIST OF ST STEPHEN’S COLLEGE
St Stephen’s College released its first cut-off with 99.25 percentage for B.A. (Hons) Economics. The officials of Delhi University said that this year the cut-off for every college will be high as many students got more than 95 percent marks in their class 12 exams.
From CBSE Board, the University received 2,85,128 applications. On Tuesday Night, St Stephen’s released its first cut-off for undergraduate courses. The cut-off for humanities is 98.75% and science is 98% of St Stephen’s College.