Few undergraduate courses have experienced the admissions of students from reserved categories in comparison to those from unreserved category.1,313 courses across DU’s colleges have observed the admissions from unreserved category. ST category students have been admitted to merely 528 courses and EWS category students to only 664 courses. After the release of the third list, EWS or ST students still needed to get admitted by several colleges for several courses. This trend of unreserved category dominating in the admissions continued in the number of students admitted under the third list with some small changes. Percentage of unreserved students has fell down to 59.83%, those belonging to the ST category have risen by 0.03% and those belonging to the EWS category have risen by 0.
The Admission process at Delhi University does not end by just clearing the cutoffs . The long and varied process for Delhi University admission starts before the cut-offs are released, which includes filling the common admission form of DU. The admission procedure includes visiting the Delhi University portal du.ac.in, a username and password must be created for the admission portal. After finishing this, a registration form will appear which requires the student to choose his/her course of interest and uploading the required documents. Registration must be completed by paying the fee through Credit Card /Debit Card and Net Banking. After the cut-off list is declared, the student must log in to the University Admission portal if he /she has met the cut-off requirement for a c
Approximately 1049 seats will be offered by the Delhi University under the Extra Curricular Activities ((ECA) quota and the schedule for the trials has also been announced to commence from June 25 and continue till July 5.First and foremost, the university has asked the colleges to specifically mention the needed requirements for particular performers, asking for a detailed list of number of seats in every category. Daulat Ram College (women) and Deshbandhu College are reportedly looking for a santoor player while Mata Sundri College for women and Raajdhani college are offering one seat for Mridangam player. Sabina Sethi, associate professor and undergraduate convenor of Lady Irwin College said that the categorization will somehow help in bringing diversity in the campuses as well
The fees will be paid of Delhi University aspirants who are successors of slain security personnel and farmers who committed suicide, by the National Students Union of India. The announcement was made on Wednesday, the birthday of Congress party's president Rahul Gandhi. They to pay one year's fees for the children from these families who are seeking admission in the Delhi University this year. The fees of those who come from the families of farmers who committed suicide due to non-payment of loans to banks will be paid by NSUI only. Students will have to register on this 'firstname.lastname@example.org', after that the national committee will verify their claims and serve the children from the aforementioned families, the NSUI confirmed.
Delhi University admissions are in full swing and for many aspirants, extra curricular activities such as theatre, dance and music are a major factor in deciding which college they apply to. Certain college societies are even known for their legacy of catapulting people to fame. For Pew Banerjee, a theatre aspirant, choosing Kirori Mal College (KMC) was necessary to have any future in theatre.“Theatre groups and companies hunt for students in certain societies and KMC is one of them”. Boasting of alumni like Bollywood actor Vijay Raaz, KMC’s theatre society — The Players — is highly sought after. S. Karthiik Srinivasan, an Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) student in Hansraj College, said that the music society of the college was the main reason he decided to come here.“As a percu
A big gap is seen between the enrolment of male and female students in most of the colleges of Delhi University, the popular colleges being Kirori Mal College and Hindu College. Some institutions have even attempted to attract more girls by introducing a concession in the aggregate percentage for the particular subjects , but this trend is not that famous in other colleges. Girls make only 30% of the student body at Kirori Mal College, principal Vibha Singh Chauhan conceded that gender ratio is skewed still. But she also insisted that apart from this the college provides equal opportunities to everyone irrespective of the gender. The probable of the low percentage of girls in the college must be because of the girls hostel not being there. Parents prefer their girls living in ...