Candidates looking to get admission in India’s Prestigious University named the Delhi University must buckle up. As the admission for the Undergraduate courses, both merit-based and entrance exam based are started. So, in order to help the students, we are providing the Delhi University Admission Procedure 2018.
After reading this article you will come to know the following points
- Delhi University Admission process for entrance based courses.
- Admission process for merit-based courses.
Delhi University Admission Procedure 2018
There is two different procedure to get admission in Delhi University Graduate courses. For admission, candidates need to apply online on the Delhi University Official website. The two different mode of admission are:
- Entrance Exam Based
Delhi University Admission Procedure
What to after registration for the merit-based courses?
- The applicants must check the centralized Admission Web Portal and the respective college websites for the announcements of cut-offs of different programmes.
- The applicants who meet the minimum cut-off criteria should log in to the UG admission portal using their registration account and select college and programme in which she/he wishes to take admission and meets the desired cut-off criterion.
- The applicant shall take a print out of the admission/registration form along with the list of documents/certificates, proceed to the respective college for verification of mark-sheets/certificates, calculated marks percentage with relation to the cutoff, depending on the programme/course.
- The college will retain the original certificates of the approved applicants in order to avoid multiple admissions. The certificates will remain with the colleges during the admission process. However, the colleges shall promptly return the documents in case of student withdraws/cancels her/his admission or the applicant who wishes to appear in counseling of any other university/ institute.
- After this, the college will approve the admission on the UG admissions portal. The applicant will then be required to log-on to the UG admission portal to make the online Admission Fee payment (it varies from college to college) through the available online payment options. The approved applicant is permitted to make online admission fee payment till 12 noon of the next day of the last day of admission cut-off list (in which the admission is sought).
- Please note that an applicant’s admission in a college is completed only after realization of the fee payment on the UG admission portal within the prescribed time-limit.
- An applicant can take admission only in one programme in one college at any given
time. In case an admitted student wishes to withdraw/cancel the admission in any
programme/college, she/he may cancel her/his admission online (cancellation fee will be
charged as per the University Cancellation Policy), and approach the college to collect
her/his certificates where the admission was taken. The applicant can proceed to take
admission to another programme/college. The admission fee will be adjusted automatically and the applicant will need to pay only the balance if the fee is more in the new college/programme in which the admission is being sought. In case the fee is less in the new college/programme, the balance would be refunded to the applicant‘s account as per the College/University rules after the admissions are closed.
- The announcement of cut-off lists for all programmes/ categories (UR/ OBC/ SC/ ST/ PWD/ KM) will be made through University website only.
- The colleges shall admit all the applicants who meet the announced cut-off criteria. There will not be any ―first come first serve‖ policy.
What to do after registration for entrance based courses?
- After registration for the entrance based courses. The candidate shall wait for the entrance exam date.
- After the conduct of entrance exam, a cut off will be released by the University of Delhi.
- Candidates will be allotted colleges on the basis of the choice and rank in the entrance exam.
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