Written byAyushi Chamoli ·
After a long delay, Delhi University (DU) commenced its registration process for undergraduate courses on 30 May.
The university recorded over 2.14 lakh (2,14,322 to be exact) registrations on its official website within just six days as on Thursday. Of these, 1,15,999 students have made the payment.
Notably, the registration process for the admission process is scheduled to end on June 14.
After completing the registration process, DU will assess all the applications and release the first cut-off list likely on June 20.
It will be followed by four more cut-off lists, which are tentatively scheduled to be released on June 25, June 29, July 4, and July 9 respectively.
A total of 73,363 candidates have registered under the unreserved category, according to the university.
Meanwhile, 20,317 candidates registered under other backward classes category, 16,815 under scheduled castes, and 3,379 under scheduled tribes.
Also, 2,142 candidates registered under the economically weaker section (EWS) category.
Reportedly, the university will increase 10% of seats for the students under EWS this year.
This will take the number of total intakes to almost 62,000 students for the undergraduate courses.
The candidates registering under EWS will have to indicate the category and upload a certificate as proof at the time of online registration.
In addition, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting entrance examination for the required courses.
While admissions to most of the DU courses are subject to cut-off lists, there are a few which need students to appear for an examination.
Meanwhile, here is how students can register for undergraduate courses:
1- Visit DU's official UG admission page and click on 'New registration' tab
2- Create an account using educational and personal details
3- Fill in required details
4- Upload the documents required
5- Pay the application fee
6- Download the application for further reference
For more details regarding the admission process, click here.
On the other hand, the university recorded 23,822 registrations for the postgraduate courses till Tuesday. The registration for the same began on 3 June. As per DU, the total registrations include 11,340 men, 12,472 women, and 10 candidates from the third gender.
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