New Delhi: The registrations for Delhi University’s undergraduate courses will close at midnight today, with the varsity already having received a record of over four lakh applications for 54,000 seats
“The number of students who have registered online till 5 pm today is 3,37,652,” DU’s Media Coordinator and Joint Dean of Students’ Welfare, Malay Neerav said.
“Among the online applications received, 1,40,396 are from the general category, 55,216 from OBC, 23,915 from SC, 4,855 from ST and 674 from PWD,” he added.
While the sale of offline forms at eight registration centres ended at 4 pm today, the online registrations will close at midnight.
“A total of 72,596 forms were sold this year,” he added. The registrations for admission to St Stephen’s college and Jesus and Mary college, which have separate admission process being minority institutions, will also end at midnight.
The centralised fitness tests for sports admission will be conducted from June 18 to June 20 at the DU polo ground.
The tests will start from 9 am and the results will be uploaded on the DU website. The aspirants will get a certificate which will be valid for all the sports trials to be conducted by individual colleges.
The First cut-off will be announced on June 25, which will be followed by 6-7 similar lists.
The candidates will have three days to take admission under each list.
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