May 27, 2019
According to Rajeev Gupta, Dean of Students Welfare, DU, the admission process of Delhi University will begin later this week instead of May 27 and the forms will be out in the beginning of June.
Students are generally excited to get an admission in the prestigious Delhi University. Every year many students apply to reserve a seat in this university. Last year, the university had started the admission process on May 15.
When asked about the reason for the delay in admission process this year, Prof Rajeev said, "There are several reasons for the delay. But, the most prominent reason is last year's Delhi High Court direction to DU and CBSE". He explained that last year the Delhi High Court had instructed DU to delay it's admission process and at the same time asked CBSE to advance its re-evaluation process to ensure the convenience of all students.
"The registration process will remain opened only for two weeks this time where students can fill all the details. Once the registration process is over. We'll be releasing the cut off list within a week's time," he added.
Apart from caste reservations and extracurricular activities quota, this time the Govt of India has introduced a new category of reservation for 'Economically Weaker Section', accepting the guidelines of the government.
Every years millions of students register for higher studies in this university. On enquiring about the number of seats this time, Prof Rajeev Gupta explained, "For 2019- 20 academic year, we'll be including 1st phase of EWS addition. Last year, the total number of seats was 56,000. This time there will be as many as 6000 seats due to the inclusion of 10% reservation under EWS category, so nearly 62,000 seats will be available and reservation schemes will be at par with govt guidelines."
DU is a premier university of the country with a venerable legacy and international acclaim for highest academic standards, diverse educational programmes, distinguished faculty, illustrious alumni, varied co-curricular activities and modern infrastructure.
Over many years of its existence, the university has sustained the highest global standards and best practices in higher education. Its long-term commitment to nation-building and unflinching adherence to universal human values are reflected in its motto: 'Nishtha Dhriti Satyam' (Dedication, Steadfastness and Truth).
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