The University of Delhi began its registrations on August 02 for merit-based admissions to various undergraduate courses. The University’s online registration portal for more than 70,000 seats in Undergraduate programs will close on August 30. DU admissions 2021 based on entrance tests for Ph.D., MPhil, PG, and some UG courses also began on July 26.
Similar to the Postgraduate admission portal, an interactive Artificial intelligence-enabled chatbot will help students with their problems and queries. Like last year, the entire admission procedure will be online and students will not be required to visit the college for any formalities. The students will not have to choose their course or college while filling the form this year as well. The university will also organize webinars to help candidates during the admission procedure.
A DU official said, “While CBSE, ISC boards have declared results, there are many state boards that are yet to announce results. We will provide the students the option of updating their marks at a later stage and a special window will be opened for it.” According to officials, the first cut-off is likely to be announced by September 7-10.
St. Stephen’s College will begin its registrations for UG courses on August 05. Being Christian Minority colleges, St. Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College have separate forms which are to be filled after the common university admission forms.
The entrance exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for various courses is likely to be conducted between September 26 and October 1.
Within a couple of hours, after the admission portal went live on Monday, 8,087 registrations were made on the portal. According to the data, 64,994 aspirants registered on the admission portal within three hours between 5 pm- 8 pm; 70,000 registrations were done. Nearly 76,160 aspirants have registered for postgraduate courses while 10,835 aspirants have registered for MPhil and Ph.D. courses.