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Delhi University Admission Process Began with Revised Fees

Jun 4, 2014 11:50 IST

    The admission in Delhi University for Undergraduate courses began on 2 June. The DU at the end moment revised it fees for centralized admission forms. Now both General and OBC category candidates will need to shell out INR 100 for both online and offline registration, whereas SC/ST candidates will pay INR 50 for the same. The cost of form went down for respective categories from being INR 150 and INR 70 in last year.

    The admission procedure for UG courses is to stay for 51 days with the sale and receipt of OMR forms as well as online registration already begun.

    The hard copy of forms can be accessed from 18 different DU colleges as follows:  5 each in North and South Delhi areas, 3 each in East and West Delhi region, and 2 in central Delhi colleges.

    It is to be noted that since St Stephen's and Jesus and Mary colleges are not the part of the centralized admission process, hence the aspirants of these colleges must apply separately to these colleges.

    In the OMR forms the aspirant may apply from 41 courses offered across 61 DU colleges.

    Only the course name may be mentioned there with no here will be no college option.

    The admission will be offered to them if they meet the cutoff of that college.

    The total number of seats in DU this year is the same i.e. 54,000 seats, wherein 14,580 seats are reserved for OBC category candidates and 12,150 for ST/SC category aspirants.

    During the admission, the protest against four-year-undergraduate programme, FYUP is also to be seen from Monday onward.

    Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad has planned a massive protest and ABVP activists will also be seeing demonstrating an awareness campaign against FYUP in the north campus particularly, where the forms are being sold.

    Likewise, DUTA Teachers' Association also organized a public meeting and an exhibition at the arts faculty gate, on Monday noon, to protest against FYUP and to bring the 3-year system again.

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