DU receives over two lakh online registrations

Over two lakh online students have applied online for Delhi University’s 54,000 undergraduate seats, even as the varsity is yet to start its offline registration process.  

The online admission process had kicked on May 28, just after midnight.

“The total number of applicants who registered online till 5.30 pm on Wednesday is 2,00,411 of which 1,13,614 have made the payments,” Malay Neerav, Joint Dean of Students’ Welfare at DU, said.

The online registrations, which will continue till June 15, on Saturday included 75,082 applications in General category, 24,834 Other Backward Castes, 11,277 Scheduled Castes,  2,190 Scheduled Tribes and 249 PWD (Persons With Disability) applicants, he said.

DU claimed that despite the massive online traffic the registration process was glitch-free.
With offline admission process starting from June 5, the varsity has decided to set up a helpdesk to provide counselling to admission seekers.

Deputy Dean of Students’ Welfare G S Tuteja said from Tuesday onwards, an official helpdesk of the university will be functional at Conference Centre in varsity’s North Campus to help the students and their parents. 

The offline forms will be accepted at the nine registration centres (colleges) till June 15.
The registration centres where offline forms will be accepted are Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College, Dyal Singh College, Gargi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, PG DAV College, Rajdhani College, Shyam Singh College, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce and  Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College.

The first cut-off list will be released by DU on June 25. There will be a total of seven cut-off announcements.

Further cut-off announcements will be made depending on availability of seats.

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