New Delhi: The Delhi University admission process for undergraduate courses began from June 1 and over 1 lakh students registered themselves for different courses.
This year university has made the whole admission process online including the submission of documents.
There is a recent update that the humanities and science courses that were to start in some colleges have been put on hold after UGC asked them to start off on a self- financing mode because of which no seats would be provided to Delhi University.
Last year the admission committee approved various courses which are now new in 20 colleges.
Some of the courses approved by Delhi University include:
- Political science in St Stephen’s College
- Bsc hons in Physics at Daulat Ram College
- BA (Hons)Sociology and Geography at Indraprastha College for Women
- History (Hons) at Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
Number of candidates registered till now:
Till Sunday, June 5, over 1,54,025 applicants had registered online on the university’s website. Out of the total, 68,316 students have finished the admission process including fee payments. All the candidates need to fill up the application process latest by June 19 on the official website. The first cutoff list will be released by June 27