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Delhi University DU Admission Process to Starts from May 28

Delhi University DU Admission Process to Starts from May 28 : The online registration for admission in DU will be begins from 28 May 2015 an official notice on the DU website. The Delhi Universities will first begin online registration from 28 May and the offline registration will start from June 5. The last date for registration for both online and offline mode is June 15.

Delhi University DU Admission Process to Starts from May 28

Delhi University DU Admission Process to Starts from May 28

Delhi University Admission Process to Starts from May 28

Over 60,000 seats in 61 DU colleges are up for grabs from students. This year there will be only 8 centres where students can submit their admission forms and do registration from 9:30am and 3pm. There will be no centres in North Campus. The eight centres for offline registration for admission in Delhi University are Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, Dyal Singh College, Gargi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, PGDAV College, Rajdhani College, Shyam Lal College, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College. There will be no centres in North Campus.

This year, students will be given three days to complete admission formalities after the cut-offs are declared. There is a gap of one to two days between declaration of successive cut-off lists. This gap has been given for the colleges to send data of the seats filled to the university and upload it on the website.

Students need to remember that due to certain circumstances if they are unable to take admission in a cut-off list even after qualifying, they would be considered in the next list only on the last date of admission on the availability of seats.

The first cut-off will be released on June 25 on the official site of DU.

 

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