Delhi University 2019 application form expected to be available on May 1; know 5 points

Delhi University 2019 application form expected to be available on May 1; know 5 points
Parul Thapa | Apr 25, 2019 - 6:18 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, April 25: The application forms of University of Delhi 2019 are expected to be released on May 01. With only a week left for the commencement of the registration and filling the application forms, the admission process of DU is going to be nerve-wracking for some, while bringing some signs of hope for others. The Delhi University application form 2019 will be available in an online mode. 

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This year, the admission process of DU 2019 is expected to witness many changes, be it in the registration, application form process or change in the stream, reserving seats for EWS. 

Here are some of the changes that the candidates might face in the Delhi University admission 2019.

  1. The university will, likely, be increasing the registration fee for the candidates who will be applying for the admission. The candidates belonging to General/OBC categories will have to pay Rs. 250, instead of Rs. 150. Candidates who belong to SC/ST will be needed to pay Rs. 200, Rs. 50 less than the General/OBC category.

  2. The university will be introducing the correction window for their Delhi University application form 2019 online, in a first. However, the candidate will have to pay Rs. 100 for every change made.

  3. The varsity has decided to introduce a 24*7 live display of cutoffs and vacant seats available for every course and colleges on the candidates’ dashboard on their student portal. 

  4. The university will be introducing an ‘Online Marks Calculator’ where the candidates can calculate their ‘Best of Four’ aggregate marks. This will help in reducing the confusion related to the counting of the final percentage and scores which used to prevail in almost all the admission scenarios. 

  5. There will be 10% of seats reserved for the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS), the law originally passed by Human Resource Ministry for the same.

The admission council of Delhi University has decided that the process of admission will be concluded before the onset of the first semester. “We are trying to make the system more student-friendly and these proposals will only lead to it being more effective and systematic”, clarified Dr Rajeev Gupta.


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