The Delhi University registration procedure to undergraduate programmes has ended on June 15. Over 2,84,642 applications were received in total. The aspirants will be notified about the admission and cut offs on June 25. The sports and ECA trials will now commence from June 18. This year, the offline applications came down by 64,774 and the online applications increased by 69,716.
The Delhi University centres were fully jam packed on the last day of the registration. The colleges like St. Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College who followed their own admission policies which ended on June 15.
According to a report in Times of India, Kanika Jain a commerce student said, “I want to pursue Economic (H) and I have applied online for the same. My parents asked me to fill the offline form to be on safe side. So on the very last day, I filled the offline one as well.”
The centralised fitness test for sports admission will be conducted at the DU polo ground. The fitness test will start from June 18 and will end on June 20. The aspirants will be able to see their results on the official website of Delhi University. The aspirants will get a certificate and the certificate will be valid for all the sports trials which will be conducted by individual colleges.