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DU launches Pre-Entrance Summer School for PG Aspirants, Last Day of Registration 1st June

Keeping in regard the mounting numbers of incomplete registrations, the University yesterday released a notification regarding the extension of the deadline for application for the Summer School for PG entrance preparation.

The University of Delhi has recently come up with plans to launch the Pre-Entrance Summer School for PG aspirants.  The university would hold these free classes for post-graduate entrance tests for students belonging to Economically Weaker Section  or Below Poverty Line(EWS/BPL),  Schedule Caste (SC),  Schedule Tribe (ST), Other Backward Caste (OBC – Non Creamy Layer) and Economically Backward Minorities, People with Disabilities (PwD), Kashmiri Migrants, Wards of War-Widows/Ex-Servicemen (Defence).

Registrations for the Pre-Entrance Summer School have been extended until tomorrow, to be held from 10 AM to 4 PM.  The applications can be downloaded from the official DU website, www.du.ac.in.  A nominal fee of INR 100 will be charged. Application after being completely filled needs to be submitted to Institute Of Life Long Learning (ILLL), opposite Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur (SGTB) Khalsa College, North Campus before 4 PM tomorrow.  If the students find it difficult to reach ILLL, they can email it to illsummerclasses@gmail.com with a copy to the Programme Coordinator of the summer school. The verification of the application will be done on the first day of class. During the submission of the application, the student has to bring original certificates of the category to which he/she belongs. The list of candidates selected will be announced by evening.  All the classes will be held in North Campus, DU and the time and venue of the same will be announced along with the list of candidates. The Pre-Entrance Summer School 2018 classes will commence from these tentative dates: 01-06-18 (Commerce, Law, Journalism (Hindi & English), Chemistry, Physics, and Zoology), 04-06-18 (Computer Science), and 05-06-18 (Mathematics).

In case of any queries and doubts, students can contact Professor Shrikant Kukreti, the Programme Coordinator by emailing him at shrikantkukreti.cae@gmail.com.

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