Kapil Rawat|Oct 19, 2021
Ambedkar University Delhi admission: Over 19,000 register for UG courses so far
The Ambedkar University holds merit-based admissions by releasing cut-offs like the Delhi University. Thursday will be the last day to register for the course.
NEW DELHI: More than 19,000 candidates have so far registered for undergraduate courses in Delhi government-run Ambedkar University, according to officials.
Thursday will be the last day to register for the course. Till Wednesday, the university had received 19,887 registrations. The varsity holds merit-based admissions by releasing cut-offs like the Delhi University. The Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) is yet to release its cut-off schedule. While for postgraduate courses, an entrance exam will be held.
If the COVID-19 situation stays under control, the university will hold offline entrance exams and if there is any change, it will hold an online proctored exam.
The university had first extended the last date for registration for undergraduate and postgraduate admissions to September 10 and later it had again extended the date for UG registration to September 30.
The registration for UG admissions began on July 12 while for PG courses, it commenced at the end of July. The last date for PG admissions was September 15. The total number of seats available in undergraduate and postgraduate courses is 1,953 in the AUD.
On August 31, the university decided that final-year undergraduate and postgraduate students, along with those pursuing MPhil and PhD will be allowed to return to the campus. However, their parents will have to submit a signed consent form. However, no date has been set till now for reopening of the campus.
(With inputs from PTI)
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