DU Admission 2021 Registration Begins from 15th July, DU Admission Procedure

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DU Admission 2021 Registration Begins From 15th July


Delhi University Admission 2021: As per media reports, the University of Delhi will begin the DU admissions process for undergraduate programs in 2021 on July 15th. Following the cancellation of the CBSE class 12 board exams by the Centre, Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Professor PC Joshi stated that, as in past years, the university will admit students based on their board scores, whether CBSE or any other.

PC Joshi stated that the merit list will be released by Delhi University based on the marks provided by the board "So far, we've only accepted students on the basis of merit. This year, too, in preparation for Covid-19, we'll admit kids based on their performance in board examinations, whether CBSE or other. Those marks will be used to compile merit (list) for Delhi University." "Students from all boards (state and CBSE) would be accorded equal consideration," he added.


Vice-Chancellor on DU Admission Procedure 2021: The Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University stated that the admission process will begin as soon as CBSE and state board results are released, but that admissions will be delayed this year because of COVID-19, as opposed to previous years. "According to the New Education Policy (NEP), the National Testing Agency can conduct the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) at the undergraduate level," Joshi explained, "but it would depend on the COVID scenario."


Delhi University Admission Procedure: The standing committee, admission committee, and academic council are the three entities in charge of admissions at the University of Delhi. According to reports in the media, the VC stated, "We will not compromise on merit-based admittance." We'll adjust to the new scenario and figure out what approach to use. We'll have to wait and see what the boards come up with in terms of student evaluation criteria.” Every year, students from the CBSE board account for around 98 percent of the applications received by Delhi University.


Cancellation of CBSE Class 12th Exam: According to media sources, Rajeev Gupta, the head of the DU admissions board, stated, "The University of Delhi fully supports the Indian government's decision to cancel the upcoming CBSE board examinations due to the country's COVID-19 pandemic. The University of Delhi also believes that our student’s health and safety are critical. The University of Delhi awaits the CBSE's decision on the results announcement."


Delhi University: Delhi University (DU) is one of the most famous educational institutions in the country. It has evolved into one of India's major universities, with around 86 academic departments, 16 faculties, and 132,435 regular students, since its founding in 1922. (114,494 undergraduates and 17,941 postgraduates). The University of Delhi has affiliations with 85 institutions and 5 other institutes throughout the city. St. Stephen's College (1881), Hindu College (1899), Zakir Husain Delhi College (established in 1792, then known as The Delhi College), and Ramjas College (1917) were the only colleges in Delhi at the time that were later affiliated with the university. It also has the largest number of publications among Indian universities. According to the NIRF 2020 rankings, DU is placed 11th and 18th top universities in India in the 'University' and 'Overall' category, respectively. The University of Delhi is divided into two campuses, South Campus and North Campus, in Delhi. It is also a member of a number of prestigious organizations, including the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), and Universitas 21. Admission to several UG, PG and doctoral programs at DU is merit-based as well as entrance-based in 2020. Every year in May, admission to merit-based degrees such as BA, BA (Honors), BSc, BSc (Honors), BCom, BCom (Hons), and entrance-based degrees such as BTech, BBA, BBM, BElEd, and others begins. Registration, reviewing the courses/colleges cut-off list, course and college selection, document verification, college acceptance, and admission fee payment are all part of the Delhi University admissions process in 2021.

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