ADMISSONS 2018

Delhi University: 10th cut-off out

Delhi University: 10th cut-off out

ADMISSONS 2018
Still scrounging to get admission in DU? Well, good news for y’all as the University of Delhi has released it’s 10th cut off list for undergraduate (UG) courses. So, tie your laces, collect your documents, hold on to your lucky stars and visit to your respective college to complete the admission formalities on 27 August, Monday. The list will be valid from August 27 to August 29, 2018. However, the reserved category, being the lucky devils, would be the only ones participating in this admission process. Although, most colleges have closed their admission process, a few remaining seats are still available for the reserved category, as stated above. The reserved category comprises of – 1. Scheduled Caste (SC) 2. Scheduled Tribe (ST) 3. Other Backward Class (OBC) 4. Persons with Disab
Delhi University releases 9th cut-off list

Delhi University releases 9th cut-off list

ADMISSONS 2018, CAMPUS BULETIN
Delhi University released its ninth cut-off listcut-off list for undergraduate courses today. Some of the colleges in North Campus also announced the availability of some seats for general category in different courses. Hansraj College have seats open for Bsc Life science, whereas in Kirori Mal College have seats in BA (Hons) English, Hindi and Political Science and also, Bsc (Hons) in Botany and Physics. Students can also apply for Bcom (Hons), BA (Hons) Hindi, Bcom and Bsc Life Science in Daulat Ram College. Hindu College have opening in Bsc (Hons) Physics and Chemistry. In Ramjas College, you can apply to BA(Hons) Political Science and Economics while Miranda House have admissions open for BA (Hons) English and Sociology. Apart from them there are many off campus colleges like Atma ...
8th cut-off : Race begins for vacant reserved seats at DU

8th cut-off : Race begins for vacant reserved seats at DU

ADMISSONS 2018
While admissions have closed for general category in Delhi University (DU) that saw high cut-off in several top colleges and courses, the university is not finding many takers for the reserved category seats. Till now, the DU has admitted around 57,080 students against the total 56,000 seats across all colleges. The admission process is likely to continue till July 20, when academic session begins in the university. A senior DU official, told Mail Today, "For the vacant reserved seats, we have already received hundreds of applications from the students till Tuesday. Verification of their documents is underway and the final list will be out on July 20." He said several students who could not secure admission in the first four cut-off lists have also applied for the reserved category seat...
8th Cutoff – Few seats for reserved category are left

8th Cutoff – Few seats for reserved category are left

ADMISSONS 2018
Delhi University releases 8th cutoff yesterday and admissions will be start from today onward i.e 13th august, 2018. It was noticed that most of DU colleges have closed the admission process, in remaining colleges few seats are left for reserved category students. The candidates have to visit respective college to complete the admission formalities. The eighth cut-off has been released for admitting the Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Other Backward Class (OBC), Persons with Disability (PwD), Kashmiri Migrant (KM) and Sikh Minority (SM).  DU admissions 2018: Documents required – Class 10 Board exam certificate (from any recognised Board). – Class 10 Board exam mark sheet (from any recognised Board). – Class 12 Board or Plus Two/ Inter exam certificate (from any recogni
Caught trying to get into DU with mark sheets from fake board

Caught trying to get into DU with mark sheets from fake board

ADMISSONS 2018
Students this time cleverly submitted coloured photocopies to ensure that they can try and secure admission in colleges. “We found that such mark sheets had no watermarks and the thickness of the certificate paper varied,” stated Khanna. Most certificates of this sort were submitted by CBSE students. Khanna said the first step was to make an online check on state or central government lists, to detect fake caste certificates, however, the verification was tougher if the document was signed by a nodal officer. In order to deal with aspirants submitting forged documents, the college gives provisional admission and the final action is taken only after the appropriate authority sends its response. Khanna said that in one case, even when the fraud was very evident, the college had to threaten
DU professor urges PM Modi over the delay in SOL UG Admission 2018

DU professor urges PM Modi over the delay in SOL UG Admission 2018

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Narendra Modi, The Prime Minister of India, has currently received an application from a professor of the DU's School of Open Learning (SOL) admission conveying about the delay in commencement of the admission process to UG courses at the institute. Additionally, the Janmejoy Khuntia has asked PM Modi to inform the University Grants Commission and the DU to allow the admission process for BCom and BA, and Honours programmes for the academic session. Secretary Staff Council, SOL, Janmejoy Khuntia said that In spite of being a major collaborator in the system, here at SOL, we have never been informed about this serious academic issue and the causes, thereof by the authorities concerned. We are never consulted as well to find out solutions to problems facing this great institution. E...