Due to COVID-19, Delhi University conducted open book exams of final year students. The varsity is issuing provisional certificate to the students.
Those students who want to get their provisional certificate have to apply online for it. Students have to go to the admission portal of the varsity and have to fill a form.
Delhi University released a notice on Monday related to the issue of the certificate. Students have to upload their mark sheet along with a soft copy of the result. Moreover, they have to upload their photo and scanned signatures for the same.
Students have to submit Rs.500 for each copy of the certificate. So, after paying the fees online and filling up the form, students will get an acknowledgment slip.
The receipt that students will get will include a number. However, if a student does not get an acknowledgment slip, he or she have to mail on email@example.com. So, he or she has to mail along with a copy of the online application and fee receipt.
So, the administration of Delhi University said that after filling up the form of certificate, students will get a certificate within 10 days of document verification.
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