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 Delhi University will release its first cutoff list for undergraduate courses on Friday, June 28. The second cut-off list will be released on Thursday, July 4. The third cutoff will be announced on July 9 (Tuesday), fourth on July 15 (Monday) and fifth on July 20 (Saturday). The overall DU cut-offs are likely to fo up this year, suggest reports. The varsity had earlier extended its registration date to June 22 after Delhi High Court's order it to follow the last year's eligibility criteria for granting admission. Over 3.67 lakh candidates have registered online, of which 2.58 lakh have paid registration fees. This year, DU has effected a 10 per cent increase in seats for the EWS category under postgraduate and undergraduate courses, taking the overall seats for UG to 62,000.
This year is the year of changes in DU . In every field the changes have come across like making maths compulsory or sports trial before cut off list etc. THE recent change which has been introduced recently is the reduction of relaxation provided to female candidates. Earlier around 10 colleges provide 3-4% relaxation to female candidates but now the this relaxation has been reduced to 1% to ensure uniformity in all colleges. This decision leads to displeasure among the girls but according to the varsity this will help in accommodating more women candidates. Now no matter what students feel the decision has been taken and is going to be implemented soon.
The Registration process for admission into Delhi University closed on Saturday Night. Over 2,58, 388 students have proceeded ahead and made the payment whereas only one transgender candidate has submitted application for admission in Delhi University. University has so far received several applications under the different categories. Under the newly introduced EWS Qouta , 5,528 Male candidates , 3,562 Female candidates and one from the third gender applied for admission. The DU had last year received 101 applications from the third gender —the highest since 2015, when it introduced the category. No admission has been done in the third gender category in regular colleges till date.The university, last year, had established a transgender resource centre on North Campus to offer h
The University of Delhi has received around 3.6 lakh online applications against 62,000 seats for all its undergraduate programmes this year. Last year, 3.5 lakh students had registered themselves while the figure was around 3.2 lakh in 2017. Till late Saturday evening, 3,66,057 students had registered themselves for various undergraduate courses through the admission portal. By the last date of submission, at least 2,56,073 of them made payments. As many as 1,51,249 of them applied from the unreserved category, 54,845 from OBC, 3,4000 from SC, 7,028 from ST and 8,951 from the newly started EWS category. The online portal that opened on May 30 was supposed to be closed by June 14. However, after the high court order, it was extended till June 22 to allow students to apply this year...
Delhi University today released May - June result of undergeraduate courses on there official website www.du.ac.in You can check yours by clicking here