Delhi University continued its attempts to answer queries and clear doubts of DU aspirants today during its 5th Open Day. Hundreds of aspirants have been flocking to Conference Centre, North Campus each day to resolve their queries and to get to know the intricacies of the admission procedure in the coming month.
The session was moderated by Mr.Gurpreet Tuteja, Deputy Dean of Admissions, University of Delhi. The admission committee projected a comprehensive presentation focusing on myriad queries and information that is of utmost prominence and importance. Beginning with a brief introduction about the University and affiliated colleges, the presentation further covered details about the admission procedure and reservation policies.
As applications begin tomorrow, special emphasis was given on reminding students the important dates. Online registration for Common Admission Forms begin on 28th May, 2015. Offline registration shall begin from 5th June, 2015. The cost of the forms is Rs. 100 for General and OBC Categories and Rs. 50 for SC/ST/PwD Categories. The last day for registration, both online and offline is 15th June, 2015.
Offline forms will be available on the following centers:
1. ARSD College
2. Gargi College
3. PGDAV College
4. Dyal Singh College
5. S.G.T.B Khalsa College*
6. Rajdhani College
7. Shyam Lal College
8. Maharaja Agrasen College
*Added to the list later by DU in place of SGGS College of Commerce.
The first cut off shall be released on 25th June, 2015. A period of three days would be given before the release of subsequent cut offs. “It is not mandatory for candidates to submit the offline forms to the same center they took them from. They can be deposited to any of the centers,” Mr. Tuteja announced.
With this, details regarding Sports Quota reforms as per university guidelines were discussed. The introduction of B.A. (Hons.) Multimedia and Mass Communication in Indraprastha College for Women was also announced which will also have a system of entrance examinations. More details of the BMMMC entrances are expected on Thursday.
The presentation ended with an interactive question-answer session – aspirants directly spoke to University officials.
“The session was very helpful. All our doubts were more or less cleared. Though we expect the University to be more active in online declarations which will avoid our need to attend such Open days.”, said Shubham, a B.Com aspirant from Gurgaon.
The session saw substantial turnout and was well-managed overall. The aspirants were seen satisfied post discussion with most of their queries being solved. Open Day sessions shall continue till the end of this week.
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