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The University Of Delhi Starts Online Registration;Demands No Necessary Physical Document Verification

Online enrollment for its undergraduate, postgraduate and MPhil / PhD was initiated by Delhi University (DU), racing on 20 June. The information is provided on the website of Delhi University the registration is planned for the fourth of July.

Shobha Bagai, the Dean of Admissions, said the entire admission process is online and contactable. She also said schools would carry out the final verification when the “normality” comes after the pandemic. She also stated that. But the website of the university crashed on the very first day after the portal went online and was unavailable.The site has been subject to 19543 registrations by UG, 5889 by PG, and 457 by Ph.D. so far.

The university stopped this year’s online process of physical verification of documents. Bagai said that all of their documents should be uploaded online and verified initially on-line, too. She added that the university is trying to make this process possible in conjunction with the various examination boards. Bagai said in a virtual press meeting on June 20, that two councils agreed, and it is hoped that more will be available.

DU is also changing its registration and admission process in two major ways this year.

  1. The university will allow applicants to choose every merit course if they clear the course, which in previous years was a shift from policy, when students had to choose the courses and colleges they chose.
  2. Shobha Bagai also said that a 5 percent deduction would be paid to make the process smoother when students apply for BA in science and business. The rule is based on the notion that students in science obtained more than students in the humanities, but this has no basis.

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