Online application process for 2015 admission to undergraduate courses at Delhi University has been started from May 28, 2015!
One of the central universities of India University of Delhi has started its admission process for new academic session 2015-16.
The Central University offers as many as 54000 seats in around 16 faculties and 86 departments mainly spread over North and South campuses, which admission process has started from May 28, 2015. Aspirants can apply through online and offline mode. Delhi University invites online applications from May 28, 2015 and offline applications from June 5, 2015 for its three-year undergraduate programmes.
For 2015 registration related information kindly click here
DU’s offline registration centre:
There will be 8 registration centres which will receive the offline application forms between June 5-15, 2015. They are:
- Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam College
- Dyal Singh College
- Gargi College
- Maharaja Agrasen College
- PGDAV College
- Rajdhani College
- Shyam Lal College
- Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
While filling the online form, the following few guidelines should be kept in mind to ease your process of application:
- The website has a reputation for being slow in the initial days of applications. If you are facing similar issues, the way out is giving it time and checking the website from time to time for improvement.
- An aspirant is only allowed to fill one form, i.e. either online or offline. Thus, it is imperative that you fill out your application with extreme care.
- Changes to your application are possible only before payment of registration fee is made. After payment, you will not be able to modify your application.
- Upon entering the Board roll number, your subjects and their respective marks are filled by the system itself under normal circumstances.
This year, DU started the online registration process early to encourage students to fill their forms online. A total of 37,850 candidates registered themselves when the Delhi University (DU) opened its online admission process.
The number of registrations this year is higher as compared to 2014 when only 2,345 aspirants had registered and also 2013 when around 7,385 registered themselves for admission.
Source: Samiksha Singh, Natasha Tayal, Yoshieta Gupta, Udit Kumar Singh, Deepak Kumar, HTCampus Specialists
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