The online application process for admission to Delhi University has been extended. The candidates can now apply till July 31. “This is in continuation to earlier Press Releases dated 20th June, 2020 and 04th July, 2020 regarding University Admissions to Under-graduate (UG), Post-graduate (PG), M.Phil., Ph.D. programmes etc. for the academic session 2020-2021. All eligible applicants are informed that the last date of online registration process of all the courses (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D. programmes etc.) has been extended up to 5 pm 31st July, 2020,” read the varsity release.
The application process had begun from June 20 and was to end on July 4, however, the varsity had last week given an extension for the same. Those who wish to apply for admission at the Delhi University but have not done yet can register at du.ac.in.
The number of applications received is far higher than that of last year. This could be because many students who had planned to study abroad are considering applying to the Indian university. More applications and an increase in the number of 90 percenters in class 12 results can collectively lead to higher cut-offs for admission to varsity.
DU admissions 2020: How to apply
Step 1: Visit du.ac.in
Step 2: Click on DU admissions 2020
Step 3: Click on the admission portal link based on subjects you wish to apply – UG/PG/MPhil/PhD
Step 4: Click on new registrations
Step 5: Fill details to register
Step 6: Fill form, make details
DU admissions 2020: Certificates needed
Class X Certificate
Class XII Marksheet
OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate, if applicable
EWS Certificate, if applicable
ECA/Sports categories must upload self- attested copies of the requisite certificates
DU admissions 2020: Fee
The registration fee for merit-based courses is Rs 250. For candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwBD/EWS category, the fee is Rs 100. An additional registration fee for ECA/Sports quota will be Rs 100 while for the entrance-based course, a fee of Rs 750 will be applicable. For reserved category candidates, a fee of Rs 300.
However, not all of the registrations have been converted into total paid applications. For instance, for undergraduate courses, only 2,75,614 students have paid and completed their application process.