DU registration begins today form fees revised first cutoff on June 24

DU registration begins today form fees revised first cut-off on June 24

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Apart from a last-minute change in policy, Delhi University's admission process is on expected lines. DU has revised the cost of the centralized admission forms-general and OBC candidates will now have to pay Rs 100 for both online and offline registration. The 51-day process for undergraduate admissions will start from Monday with the sale and receipt of OMR forms as well as online registration. It definitely won't be a smooth start as a series of protests by different organizations are scheduled right from day one.

Earlier, the cost of offline centralized OMR forms was Rs 150 for general and OBC categories, and Rs 70 for SC/ ST candidates. According to the dean of students' welfare office, the revised cost, applicable both online and offline, is Rs 100 and Rs 50 for general/OBC and SC/ST candidates, respectively.

Forms will be available at 18 colleges: five each in north and south Delhi, three each in east and west Delhi, and two central Delhi colleges. Those aspiring to study in St Stephen's and Jesus and Mary will have to apply separately as these colleges are not part of the centralized admission process.

OMR forms will allow candidates to apply for 41 courses across 61 colleges. There will be no college option and all candidates applying for a particular course, if they meet the cutoff of a college, will be eligible for admission. In all there are 54,000 seats, including 14,580 and 12,150 seats reserved for OBC and SC/ ST candidates, respectively.

Meanwhile, bolstered by BJP's election manifesto promising rollback of the four-year-undergraduate programme, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad is planning a huge protest from Monday. ABVP activists will have a demonstration and an awareness campaign against FYUP in all the 18 centres selling OMR forms and across North Campus. The student body has already approached several

Students aspiring to get admission in various colleges affiliated to the university can submit the centralised optical mark recognition (OMR) forms both online and offline from tomorrow till June 16, an official said.

The online OMR forms will be available on Delhi University’s website (http://du.ac.in) whereas offline forms can be bought from 18 centres across North Campus, South Campus and other colleges of Delhi University.

The first cut off list will be released on June 24, followed by up to nine more lists depending on seat availability till July 21.

Students will get three days to complete the enrolment process under each of the first five cut off lists.

This year, Delhi University, in an effort to make the admission process smoother and uniform, has prohibited colleges from imposing any extra eligibility criteria on students.

“A student applying in five different colleges will have the same criteria for admission in all of them. Colleges can no more impose any extra-eligibility criteria for students. Rules will be same for all as set by the university,” DU’s media coordinator Malay Neerav has said.

Also, the option of choosing colleges in the form, which had been done away with last year, will be reintroduced and students can select as many colleges as they want to take admission.

Last year when the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) was introduced, students were only given the option to choose the course they wanted to study in the admission forms.

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