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Delhi University Admission 2018-19: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) And Answers
Here, we are re-publishing some important Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and their answers of DU admission process for the applicants:
How to register for admission to undergraduate courses in University of Delhi?
A students may register online for all undergraduate courses through the admission portal URL http://admission.du.ac.in. To know how to register, follow this link.
Are offline forms for DU undergraduate admission available?
No, there's no offline form.
Can a candidate apply in multiple programmes/courses in DU online form?
Yes, you may select all programmes/courses of your interest through a single online registration form. It is important to note that you can apply in all merit based as well as entrance based courses through the same online application.
What are the important dates for DU admission 2018?
The registration process will end on June 7. First cut-off list will be released on June 19. To Know more important dates, check here.
Is it possible to change/update the information provided by the applicant in the DU online application form, once the fee is submitted?
No, the applicant can't change/update the information once the fee is submitted.
Does a candidate need to register again using different email-id, if that person makes an error in online registration form?
No, the portal allows you to register only once. However, you can rectify error by logging again into your account through the "Edit" button at the end of each session/page till the online registration portal is open & the fee is not paid.
How to pay registration fee on DU UG Portal?
The payment is accepted online only through credit card/debit card/Net Banking/UPI.
How does one apply through the ECA or Sports quota? Is there a separate fee for applying to these quotas?
A candidate can apply for ECA and Sports quota by selecting appropriate options in registration form. There is an additional fee of Rs. 100 each for applying under ECA or Sports quota.
What are the merit-based courses and entrance-based courses?
Check the list given here to know the courses:
Is it possible to apply under ECA/Sports Category once a candidate has paid the registration fee?
Will there be any disadvantage for gap year students?
No, there is no disadvantage for gap year students and they would be treated at par with regular students. They should meet the requisite criteria for admission and must possess the necessary documents/certificates.
Will the applicants be given admission on a first come, first serve policy after declaration of cut-offs?
Admissions in the colleges are not based on first come first serve policy. Instead, the applicant who has filled the online registration form and satisfies the criteria and cut-off for a particular programme/course in a particular college will be considered for admission as per the schedule of admission specified.
A candidate did not have Mathematics in class 12th. Can that person opt for B.A (H) Economics / B.Com (H)/ BMS/BBA(FIA)/BA (H) Business Economics?
No, without Mathematics, a candidate is not eligible for above courses.
Can a candidate take admission in two different courses or same course in different colleges after declaration of a cut off?
No, a candidate cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or same courses in different colleges. In case a candidate takes admission at two places, their admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.
Can a class 12th candidate from NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling) get admission in a regular college?
Yes, that candidate can get admission in a regular college provided, the person has applied in an available programme/course and meet the cut-off criteria.
Is it important to have caste or tribe certificate in the name of a candidate/applicant?
Yes, if a candidates applying under any reserved category (SC/ST/OBC/PwD), then that person must have the latest Caste/Tribe/PwD certificate in the name of candidate. The OBC certificate must also specify that candidate belong s to non-creamy layer and the caste is listed in the Central Government list.
If result is awaited, Can a candidate submit the online registration form?
Yes, that canidate can submit the online registration form by choosing "Awaited" in the drop -down menu of "Result Status" on "Academic Details" page/section while entering the information. However, the candidate will have to fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria/meeting cut-off list of that course/college during the stipulated period.
(Questions and answers are re-published from this official Delhi University page)
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