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Delhi University: registration to close today


On Monday, June 15, the Delhi university registration process for admissions to undergraduate programmes comes to an end. Both offline and online registration/sale and submission/fee payment will be closed today. Offline registration will close at 3 pm and the online registration will end at 12 midnight.

The first cut-off for which the aspirants wait for long after registration is over is scheduled to come out on June 25. The sports and ECA trials will now commence from June 18. The Sports and ECA category admission sale and submission forms will come to an end on June 15.

The St. Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College application process that follow their own admission policies will also end on Monday.

Gurpreet Singh Tuteja, the Deputy Dean of students’ welfare said, “Students are advised to reach early if they are coming for offline forms to avoid last minute rush and complete the process by 3 pm. Since ECA and sports registration are also coming to an end on Monday, students are advised to start early if they have multiple colleges to visit.”

On Sunday, number of online registrations by 5 pm has been recorded at 3,22,695, while 2,12,297 number of people have deposited the fee. These numbers include 1,33,211 candidates from general category, 51,552 from OBC, 22,393 from SC, 4,542 from ST and 616 under persons with disability category.

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 result will be uploaded on the DU website. The aspirants will get a certificate and the certificate will be valid for all the sports trials which will be conducted by individual colleges.




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