The admission process of DU (Delhi University) has gone completely online this year. The outbreak of coronavirus pandemic has affected the studies of students the most. The top universities of the country have made serious changes in the admission process and studies. DU has made the admission process completely online for the academic session 2020-21.
The last date for registration is July 31. After this, the scrutiny, verification, and entrance exams will be conducted.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IN DU
First of all, you need to go to the official website of DU. After this, click on the admission-related link. Click on the UG/PG or MPhil/Ph.D. related link.
A new page will open after this, click on the link of new registration. All the required details have to be filled by you. Fill in the verification code which you will receive.
Now, a form will come which you have to fill, upload the scanned copy of all the important documents. Pay the fees online and upload the form.
ONLINE CLASSES IN DU
Because of coronavirus, DU has introduced a new system where students can get in touch with teachers through the medium of webinars. You will receive full information about this on the website of DU. Over there you will find the date, time, and the link of Google Meet. You can join the webinar by clicking on the link.
Delhi University has also started virtual classes where students can ask their doubts from the teachers. Other than this, classes are also being conducted on Google Meet, Google Hangout, Google Classroom, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams. Apart from this, the study material is being uploaded on the website of the University, from time to time.
ONLINE LIBRARY OF DELHI UNIVERSITY
The students who want to study are also being provided with the facility of an online library. In this, the students are being provided with a username and password through which they can log in to the library and read the books.
Delhi University has made the entire admission process online because of coronavirus. But the big question remains that is online study sufficient for students? Are the students benefitting from this online platform? Is there any help desk facility available for technical help to the students? These questions are being raised in this developing education system.