30 May 2019
Delhi University admissions for 2019 begin: Here are the details
Written byAyushi Chamoli
After delaying the admission process for a long time, the Delhi University (DU) has finally announced that the registration process for the undergraduate batch of 2019-2020 will commence on Thursday.
Students can register for all the courses online from the university's official website.
Notably, DU has instructed all its affiliated colleges to carry out forensic tests of the submitted documents.
Subsequent procedure will be available in the bulletin information
The press release available on DU's website states, "All eligible applicants are informed that the registration process for all programmes is completely online for all categories and for all quotas."
"The details of the registration process and subsequent procedure will be available in the bulletin information, which will be available online in a downloadable format in the hyperlinks," it further stated.
Here are registration details; site down due to heavy traffic
In order to register, follow the steps below:
1- Go to DU's website
2- Create a new account using your phone number, email ID, etc.
3- Log in and start the online registration
4- Fill in your details
5- Upload the documents required
6- Pay the application fee
7- Download the application for further reference
Currently, the site is down due to heavy traffic.
Checklist: Documents you will need for DU registration
In the meantime, keep the documents that are given below ready for registration:
1- A passport size photograph (2-inch x 2-inch)
2- Scanned signature
3- Self-attested copies of Class X certificate and Class XII mark sheet
4- Other certificates (if applicable) including SC/ST/OBC/PwD/KM/CW valid certificate, Sports/ECA certificates, income certificate (for OBC non-creamy layer), and Extra Curricular Activities Certificate(s) should also be self-attested.
Selected students will be called for document verification, fee payment
After assessing the applications, the first cut-off list will be prepared, which is likely to be released on June 14.
Those meeting the cut-off will then be called for document verification and fee payment for their respective colleges.
Meanwhile, a list of impaneled forensic agencies will be provided to all the colleges by the university to conduct the analysis of the submitted documents.
DU has tied up with CBSE for accessing documents
Meanwhile, DU has also tied up with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) this year to gain a link to access students' documents. While registering for the university admission, the students will be asked whether they are from CBSE or not.
DU is planning to involve NTA for entrance examination
While most of the courses' admissions in the University are subject to cut-off lists, there are a few which need students to appear for an entrance examination.
Reportedly, DU is planning to involve the National Testing Agency (NTA), which also conducted the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-UG 2019 [NEET (UG)] this year, for the same.