Delhi: With Delhi University Admission Season for undergraduate level programmes about to begin on 1st June, students have started making all the necessary preparations for the same. However, like every Bollywood movie, the DU admissions 2016 also have a twist in the tale this around with the admission application process being made completely online.
The move has been received with a mixed response from the students, some of whom are glad to avoid running from pillar to post to complete the admission formalities in the sweltering Delhi. Many others have complained about the Delhi University taking the admission process online as a last minute decision which had caused chaos due to no cleared defined admission policy and guidelines.
However, despite all the hype and hoopla; there is no doubt that Delhi University is one of the apex universities of the country and, therefore, will witness tremendous competition and what one may call a rat-race during the DU Admission season 2016-17. Like every year, DU has 54000 undergraduate programme seats in over 60 colleges on offer for DU Admissions 2016. A total of 16 faculties and 86 departments spread over North and South Campuses will participate in the DU Admission process this year to select best candidates from across the country.
Considering that the Delhi University has taken up the online application process for undergraduate programmes, students might need a checklist or key things to keep in mind to complete the process easily. For the benefit for aspiring DUites, we have provided these points below:
√ Class 10th Board Examination Certificate (original)
√ Class 10th Board Examination Marks-sheet (original)
√ Class 12th Board Examination Certificate (original / provisional)
√ Class 12th Board Examination Marks-sheet (original / provisional)
√ Transfer / Migration certificate from school/college/board
√ Scanned copy of a recent signature
√ SC / ST / PwD certificate (for reserved category students)
√ OBC (Non-creamy layer) certificate and income proof (for reserved category students)
√ Kashmiri Migrant certificate (for Kashmiri Migrant quota)
√ Educational concession certificate (for CW quota)
√ Sports / ECA distinction certificates (for sports quota)
While, the online application process for DU Admissions might have minimized the effort on the part of the students, but still students must be very vigilant and careful about the details they submit. Once submitted, students will not be able to change or alter any details and incorrect or absence of proper information might even lead to the cancellation of application form, which may cost you a seat in your favourite DU college. Students are also advised to study the DU Admission bulletin provided on the website before filling up the application form to avoid any mistakes or problems.