Online applications cross 1.5 lakh for DU admissions 2015 for UG courses

du admissions 2015The admission procedure at Delhi University kick-started with 37,850 students registering online on the first day for the 54,000 undergraduate seats, being up for grabs in 64 affiliated colleges.

Now, according to an university official Delhi University has shot up to over 1,58,636 number of online applications till 5 PM on Monday — the fifth day of the online registration for undergraduate admissions, out of which, 82,085 candidates have already put down their fees.

The online admission modus operandi in Delhi University begun on 28th of May 2015 and since then the university has obtained 55,406 applications in the general category, 17,196 under OBC category, 7,799 under SC, 1,532 under ST and 172 in Persons With Disability category, as per the officials of the university.

The offline applications for admissions through sports and extra Curricular activities (ECA) allowance are being acknowledged at the individual colleges.

No obstacles had been reported till now during the online DU registration process, DU officials said. The Centralised Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) forms are available on Delhi University’s website – Students are making the payments through internet banking.

Last year, the university website had stopped working on the first day of online enrolments. So this time, DU had taken extra corrective measures in order to avoid any sort of malfunction.

The DU official stated, “We have put strong, dedicated servers in place and have enough backup servers to ensure that the application process is smooth and there is no inconvenience to aspirants.”

Also, the pre-admission counselling session of DU ‘Open Days’, which was supposed to end on Saturday, 30th of May 2015, was deferred due to the varsity convocation and will now have its finishing class today at the conference centre on the North Campus.

The online process will carry on till 15th of June 2015, and the offline registration will start from 5th of June 2015. The eight no. of centres, allotted for offline registration are Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, Dyal Singh College, Gargi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, PGDAV College, Rajdhani College, Shyam Lal College, and Sri Guru Gobind Singh College.

The DU’s first cut-offs will be released on 25th of June 2015.

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