Delhi University: Admission To UG, PG Courses Begins On October 12
Delhi University Admissions 2020: Candidates can register and take admission for the undergraduate merit-based courses against the first cut-off between October 12 and October 14.
The Delhi University (DU) has released the entrance-based and merit-based admission schedule for the 2020-21 academic year. Candidates can register and take admission for the undergraduate merit-based courses against the first cut-off between October 12 and October 14. The university will allow candidates to get admitted to the colleges affiliated to it for the entrance-based UG courses from October 19. Students seeking admission to the Delhi University postgraduate programmes can take admissions against the merit lists from October 26.
The university will allow the candidates to take the admissions for the merit-based and entrance-based courses against several cut-offs released for the purpose. The university, however, also mentions that spot admissions can also be held and further merit-lists can also be released for admission to the vacant seats.
The university releasing the admission dates on a social media handle said: "DUAdmissions2020 cut-off's dates released."
Nearly 5.63 lakh students had registered for undergraduate courses on Delhi University’s official portal. Over 1.83 lakh candidates had registered for the postgraduate courses, whereas, 34,000 M.phil and PhD registrations have been done.
The Delhi University closed the fresh registration window on August 31, 2020, however, the corrections to the applications can be made till October 5.
As per the data shared by the Delhi University, the maximum number of applicants- 1,42,526- have registered from Delhi, followed by Uttar Pradesh (66,657) and Haryana (50,701).
In the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Delhi decided to cancel extra-curricular activities (ECA) admissions, restricting candidates having NCC and NSS certificates, to register on the official website.
Later, the Delhi University said that the admissions under 12 categories, including dance, music, yoga and divinity, will be granted based on the certificates.