Admission process for undergraduate courses at University of Delhi closed yesterday, on the 15th June 2015. Application forms that were accepted both online and offline, declared the closure at 4 PM for the physical sale and midnight for the online submission.
Varsity invited applications for around 54000 seats for the upcoming session of 2015-16. Total registrations received by students of all categories via both online and offline mode were recorded at 3,20,799 making it an average of six student contenders for one seat at the University.
59602 offline applications were sold at eight centres across Delhi University whereas 17300 and 11848 applications were received for BMS/BBA/BBE and B.El.Ed. Programme respectively.
For the online process, 343471 signups were recorded out of which 232049 applicants completed the registration. Of these, 144340 applications were received under the GEN category, 57299 for the OBC category, 24716 for SC, 4988 for ST and 705 from Persons with Disabilities.
Applications have increased by 46418 applications this year with the last year record standing at 274381 registrations.
The registrations for admission to St Stephen’s college and Jesus and Mary College, which had separate admission process being minority institutions, also ended at midnight.
According to a report by IBN Live, the centralised fitness tests for sports admission will be conducted from June 18 to June 20 at the DU polo ground. 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 for the admission process will be released on 25th June and the students will be admitted under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).
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Information Source: Office, Dean of Students Welfare