Source Financial Express
With the varsity mulling to cut short the duration of its admission process, registration for admission to the Delhi University‘s 2018-19 academic session is expected to begin early this year. An official told NDTV that the registration process for the Delhi University undergraduate (UG) courses for next academic session will begin from May 15. The Delhi University or DU admission registration process will be done online and the varsity will open the window for registration process on May 15, said the official. The registration for Post Graduate (PG) courses will begin from May 18 while the application process for the M.Phil and Ph.D courses will start from May 20, the official who is associated with the admission committee said.
, DU had released eleven cut-off lists for admissions to its undergraduate courses. The first cut-off was releasedon June 23.Delhi University had announced in April this year that it would add new features to its online form for 2018-19 admissions which would include providing a single portal for applications for both merit-based and entrance-based entry into undergraduate courses.
The UG admission will be conducted for two major categories; merit based courses and entrance exam based courses. For merit-based admission, the university will declare various cut-off marks for admission to different UG courses available in colleges affiliated with the university.
In last academic session, DU conducted entrance for 9 UG programmes including Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis), BA (Hons) in Business Economics, Humanities and Social Sciences, Multimedia and Mass Communication and Music.
In last admission season
Press Trust of India reported that the university has facilitated automatic capturing of Class 12 marks scored by a Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) student once he/she enters registration number and has also provided options to upload three best certificates for sports category students, instead of just one previously.
Besides, five-year integrated journalism course has been added as a new course to the portal.CBSE is yet to announce a date for the Class 12 results.
The DU admission process traditionally extends from four to five months. DU had invited applications for for foreign nationals for admissions to its UG, PG, M.Phil and PhD courses for the 2018-19 academic year in February.