Changes in Delhi University (DU) Admission Process

The committee has decided to reduce the deduction of marks from five to only two per cent for the change of stream. This is a big relief for the students who wish to change their stream due to any reason whatsoever.

According to the latest updates, Delhi University is taking some steps regarding the admission process. The Delhi University (DU) is consulting the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for taking the students database i.e. marksheets and certificates. So that there will be no need to submit the documents during the time of admission. They want to make the process hassle free for the students as well as themselves.

The admission process for the new academic session 2019-2020 will start on 15th April. The registration for all undergraduate, postgraduate, M.Phil. and PhD courses will start on 15th April and the last date for the registration is 7th May. All who are looking to take admissions in this next session must adhere to these dates.

Any student who is preparing for class 12 must get these CBSE sample papers for class 12 with solution.

As per the University guidelines, the university portal will open again for two weeks on May 20 for upgrading the marks and courses.

The ECA and sports trial will begin from May 20 and will be unlinked from the admission cut off lists. This means the ECA trial may start before the cut-offs are out. This must be noted by the students who are looking to enroll themselves through sports quota.

Colleges need to include SC, ST, OBC, EWS, northeast representatives in their problem solving committees. The committee has also changed the marks criteria for changing the streams. Now the university will deduct the marks from 5 to only 2 percent if anybody wants to change its stream.

Let’s see how it affects the admission and transfer criteria.

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