Quite a many minority colleges under the Delhi University have agreed to take part in the centralized admission procedure proposed by the university this year. Now, the students who want to fill form for these colleges will have to first register themselves with the DU’s optical mark registration form.
Minority colleges under DU like, St. Stephen’s, Jesus and May, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa and Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, has decided to join the centralized admission procedure this year. The admission procedure for the undergraduate courses under the university will begin from 1 June 2016. After the registration process is done from the centralized unit, the colleges will follow their own admission procedure and allow 50% reservation to the reserved minority category students applying for the courses.
Clarifying about the process, one of the teachers of St. Stephen’s College said, “The students will have to fill in the registration number of the DU central form while filling the college form. So that will serve as the unique ID number of the student which will stay life long.” According to a statement issued by Jesus and Mary College, it said, “Candidates should first apply at the University of Delhi centralized admission portal, thereafter fill up JMC online admission form giving the registration number provided by DU centralized admission portal.”
Asserting the fact that this procedure would help the university to keep the database of such colleges and institutes as well, Manoj Sinha, the Principal of Aryabhatta College and member of admission committee said this is a welcome move from the university.
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