With the admission season finally upon us, here is a list of all the documents you would need for document verification at the time of admissions!
Admissions can be a daunting process. The stress of clearing the sky-rocketing cut-off list isn’t the only burden weighing down upon DU aspirants– there is also a general concern regarding the admission process. But worry not! We are here to solve all your DU related queries.
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Here is a list of all the documents you will need for document verification during the DU admission process:
- Class 10th Certificate or Mark sheet
- Class 12th provisional/original Mark sheet
- Character Certificate
- Transfer/ Migration Certificate
- Recent Passport size Photograph
- Scanned signature
- PWD/ ST/ SC certificate (Only for the candidates applying under these categories)
- OBC – NCL (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (if applicable)
- Income Certificate ( only for those applying under OBC-NCL)
- Kashmir Migrant Certificate (Only those applying under Kashmir Migrant Quota)
- Educational Concession Certificate (Only for those applying under CW Quota)
- ECA Distinction/ Sports Certificates (last three years – April 1, 2017, to March 31, 2020)(Only for those applying under ECA Quota)
- OBC (non-creamy layer) certificate, if applicable
- EWS certificate, if applicable
- ECA/Sports categories must upload self- attested copies of the requisite certificates
- A lot of patience and a water bottle!
Click here to reach the portal for admissions. Login with your registered credentials an chose the course and college you clear cut off for. All the best.
Click here to access the Notification for understanding Effective Percentages and selecting the correct Cut-Off List.
Click here to access the STEP-BY-STEP GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSIONS 2020.
Facing trouble with admissions? Have questions that seem unanswered? Click here to access the List of Nodal Officers for Admissions to various colleges, and their contact details. Get your queries resolved directly!
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