DU Admission Online 2020: Students Can Start With Application Process Today, See How

DU Admissions 2020 Application Process Online Starts From Today, See How To Apply

Highlights:

  • DU starts its online application process from today
  • Students will be allowed to choose just a single course in one college
  • The student will have to satisfy the cut-off of the college before he/ she can apply for a course
  • The Delhi University has around 70,000 seats available

DU Admissions 2020: The Delhi University (DU) 12th October 2020 onwards has begun its first fully online admission process for Undergraduate courses owing to the situations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year, the admission process has been made 100% online and the Delhi University administration has advised the students to not visit the colleges in person. The university had also announced its first cut-off list on Saturday with Lady Shri Ram College for Women pegging the cut-offs for three honours courses at 100 per cent.

Check the step-by-step guide to apply online at http://www.du.ac.in/

  • Login to the UG portal

The student who wish to apply in DU need to visit http://www.du.ac.in/ and log in on the UG- admission portal using the ID which was generated during the registration.

After successful login you will be able to see your Dashboard.

  • Update the Academic Section

The candidate will be two tabs on the dashboard: a). Admissions open for 1st Cut-off and b). Update Academic Details.

In case the candidate wish to update his/ her marks or upload the mark-sheet, it will be done by clicking on the Update Academic Section.

The academic details can also be updated by the candidate by simply clicking on the the “update tab”. In case the candidate had selected OTHER it will show in red and you can select your main subject.

You can also upload your mark-sheet again in this section.

  • Check your Eligibility

We advice to each and every candidate to check the cut-offs and their eligibility very, very carefully. A candidate can check the cut-off by clicking the Tab “Cutoff” and selecting the College and Course from the dropdown list.

The candidate’s dashboard will also show a suggestive best 3/ 4 calculator. Candidates are advised to also recheck the calculations manually, keeping in consideration the eligibility criterion mentioned in the Bulletin of Information.

A candidate need to check if the marks in best 3/ 4 subjects are as per the eligibility criteria.

Please note that the rounding off of marks/percentage is not allowed.

  • Applying for Admission

After verifying the cut-off for the Course in a given College, candidate needs to go to the tab “Apply now”.

Once the candidate clicks on the Apply Now tab he/ she will no longer be allowed to update the academic section.

Select the Course and College

Remember, a candidate will only be allowed to choose one course in one College provided he/s he satisfy the cut-off of the respective college for the selected course.

Delhi University administration has clarified that they will not allow multiple simultaneous admissions.

Students applying in DU will be able to check the status of their application at any time

  • Payment of Fees

If you, as a candidate, meet the necessary eligibility and the College finds your documents in order, the College will “Approve” your admission. After the approval is done by the College from the Delhi University, you will be required to pay the fee through your dashboard.

Once the payment is successfully done you will receive a confirmation email on your registetred e-mail id.

However, if the documents uploaded by the candidate are not legible/ in order/ complete then the reason for the same shall be updated on your dashboard. You are advised to contact the respective college through the email (it will be mentioned on the College’s website). More than 3.54 lakh applicants had applied to the Delhi University for gaining admission to almost 70,000 seats available.

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