The application and admission process in the University of Delhi can be confusing at times. Open Day is an initiative by the administration to clarify admissions related doubts of applicants.
The University of Delhi’s Open Days for the Academic Session 2018-19 has begun at the Conference Centre of North Campus. Hundreds of students and their parents flock to the Open Days Sessions to clear their doubts about the admission process. The conference room gets jam-packed with aspirants their guardians who aspire to join the Varsity.
The online admission process of all colleges have begun but the aspiring students always have an array of doubts regarding the courses, quotas, colleges, number of seats, eligibility, and accommodation. The open days have members of the Admission Committee in attendance at all times, including principals of different colleges at times who clarify the admission criterion, number of seats in various courses and whether the college provides hostel accommodation or not.
Being one of the top universities of the country, University of Delhi harbours students from all across the country and diverse backgrounds. It is renowned for its affordability and for the quality of education it offers. Every year, more than two lakh forms are filled but the admission is provided to a little over 50,000 applicants.
The Open Day is particularly helpful to ECA aspirants or students hoping to join the University via Sports Quota. Queries regarding certificates, trials, scoring etc. are readily answered at these Open Day sessions. The Open Day which will continue till the 29th of May, is a move by the University officials to make the complicated and often intimidating and confusing admissions process simpler for aspirants.
The University aspirants who have doubts regarding eligibility in the different quotas, reservations of different students in different colleges, choosing a cross-stream course and the cut-offs, number of seats, eligibility for a subject you are not proficient in, and many other doubts should attend the Open Days Sessions along with their parents to inch closer to their dream University.
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