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Delhi University receives over four lakh registrations against 54,000 seats

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Delhi University has received over four lakh registrations this year. Out of the total registrations, 3,20,799 completed applications have been submitted, 2,32,049 of which are online applications and the remaining 88,750 are offline applications.

There has been an increase of almost 50,000 applications as compared to last year, 2,74,381 students submitted their applications in 2014.

However, the total number of seats offered by the university is one-sixth of the total applications. Out of the 3.2 lakh applicants only 54,000 will manage to get admission to colleges and institutes under DU.

The online registrations were made open to students on May 28, while the sale of offline forms began on June 5. The last date for submitting the completed applications is June 15 for both, online and offline, modes.

The centralised registration forms, were available at the official website, www.du.ac.in. The fee for the forms was Rs 100 (for General category students) and Rs 50 (for reserved categories). The payment procedure was also online, through internet banking.

The offline forms were available at eight registration centres, these were SGTB Khalsa College, Gargi College, Dayal Singh College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Rajdhani College, Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College, PG DAV College and Shyam Singh College. The cost of the forms was same as the online mode.

The registration process for Sports quota and Extra-Curricular activities (ECA) quota is available in the offline mode at the respective colleges. The centralised fitness trials began yesterday, and will be concluded on June 21.

Also, students faced problem with the limited number of subjects listed on the online form. Subjects which are not included in the academic or elective list are neither mentioned in the forms, nor do these subjects have a subject code. Thus, students were at a loss as they were unable to fill the form according to their choice. Legal studies and Entrepreneurship are some of the subjects which were omitted from the online forms


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