Delhi University Admissions: Minority Colleges To Join Centralised Process

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Delhi University Admissions: Minority Colleges To Join Centralised Process

The Delhi University on Tuesday announced the undergraduate admission policy for the upcoming academic session.

New Delhi:  In a departure from previous years, minority colleges such as St Stephens and Jesus and Mary College will join Delhi University's centralised registration process for undergraduate admissions but will come out with their separate cut-off lists.

Three colleges - Mata Sundari College for Women, Sri Guru Nanak Dev (SGND) Khalsa College, Sri Guru Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa (SGTB) College and Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, which were granted minority status by the Delhi High Court last year when the admission process was underway, will also follow the same process. These colleges are run by the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC).

"Unlike previous years, the aspirants of Stephens and JMC will have to register themselves with the University first and then use that registration number to apply to the two colleges. The same process will be followed by the three new minority colleges," DU's Dean of Students' Welfare JM Khurana said in Delhi.

"Following the registration process these colleges will be free to adopt their own admission criteria and will come up with their own cut-off lists," he added.

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The University on Tuesday announced the undergraduate admission policy for the upcoming academic session.

The online registration process will start tomorrow at 12 pm and will continue till June 19. The first cut-off list will be announced on June 27 and the varsity will release only five such lists.

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