University of Delhi receives nearly 1.7 lakh of applications for undergraduate courses in one week – Edexlive


University of Delhi (Pic: PTI)

the Delhi University Received 1,69,625 applications for admission to various undergraduate (UG) courses within one week of the university going live admissions online portal.

The registration process for the various courses of the UG program began on August 2 and will continue until August 31. However, the number of requests received in a week this year is lower than last year. Last year, a total of 1,937,780 aspirants registered for UG courses in one week.

The total number of places for UG courses is 70,000. Compared to two years, the university received a large number of applications in 2019. About 3 lakh applications were received with a period of one week. “Results have not yet been reported for thousands of other students and it has only been a week since. So enrollment will increase as the deadline to apply draws closer,” said an official at the university.

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The official added, “Many students usually fill out forms at internet cafes or go to nearby college helplines, but this year due to the lockdown, students may find it difficult to apply. to help students dispel their doubts, the university and colleges host webinars, “mentioned. The registration process for the Postgraduate (PG), MPhill and PhD courses started earlier this year starting July 26 and the last to apply is August 26. M.Phil or Ph.D.



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