Delhi University will soon launch the admission process for undergraduate courses

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DU will soon start the admission process for UG courses

New Delhi:

The University of Delhi (DU) has announced that it will soon launch its application process for admission to undergraduate programs for the new academic session and has asked applicants to ensure that their documents and certificates are ready for here on August 31. This comes amid uncertainty around the start of the university admissions process as the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) exams have been postponed.

Previously, DU used to admit students based on grades in Class 12 exams. Starting this year, admission will be based on CUET scores. In a notification Thursday, the university listed the certificates required for the admissions process, including Class 10, 12 certificates and EWS certificates, if applicable.





“Delhi University will soon launch its application process for undergraduate program admissions. Applicants wishing to apply to Delhi University should ensure that the following certificates and documents (if applicable) are in a format ready by August 31, 2022,” it read. “The name of the candidate claiming a reservation must match the name of the candidate as it appears on the corresponding school board qualification certificates and in CUET (UG)-2022. Likewise, the names of the parents must also match in the certificates “, said the university. .

He also specified that no commitment on behalf of incomplete, invalid and unavailable documents and certificates will be accepted at the time of the request. DU officials said the admissions process would likely be delayed “by at least a week” due to the extension of the CUET-UG schedule following the cancellation of exams at several centers last week due to technical problems. CUET-UG, which was scheduled to end on August 20, will now end on August 28.

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