DU 2019 Registrations to close on June 14; Check important guidelines

Vishwas Garia | 13th Jun, 2019 - 6:51 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JUNE 13: The University of Delhi will close the application window for UG admissions on June 14. The admission portal of DU admission 2019 will be open until tomorrow evening. The application form of DU admission 2019 was released on May 30. More than 3,14,527 candidates have registered themselves for UG programmes till date.

Candidates who have registered themselves on DU UG admission portal but have not paid the registration fee can make the payment by tomorrow evening.

The application fee for general and OBC candidates is Rs.250, whereas for candidates belonging to SC, ST and PwD category needs to pay the admission fee of Rs.150.

National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct Delhi University entrance test 2019 between June 30 to July 5. The online entrance examination will be commenced in around 18 examination centres.

The first cut off list of DU will be released on June 20. The university will release around five cut off this year.

How to fill DU Application Form

Step 1 - Registration

Visit the official website of Delhi University and create a new user account by entering the required details.

Step 2 - Login

After finishing the registration process, enter the username and password to access the new registered account.

Step 3 - Filling the Application Form

Enter the required academic, bank, personal and contact details in the application form of Delhi University. Choose the type of course selection. i.e, merit based or entrance based

Step 4 - Upload Documents

Upload the required documents including scanned image of signature, scanned passport size photograph and other academic documents.

Step 5 - Application Fee Payment

Pay the registration fee either by net banking, credit card or debit card. The application fee is non refundable.

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