Delhi University Extends Deadline For Filling Examination Forms Till 31st May

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Due to the recent pandemic situations, the Dean of Examinations of Delhi University has issued a notice extending the date for filling up of examination forms. The new extended date for the same is 31st May 2020. Any student who faces any problem has been urged to contact their respective colleges/institution.

Two contacts have been shared for solving problems of visually challenged students. Shri Kapil can be contacted on +919711754093 and Shri Anand on +919971969592 between 11 Am and 4 Pm on working days.

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Students may even send their queries via e-mail on examination.form@exam.du.ac.in

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Anamika Ghai
I'm from Chandigarh, currently settled in Delhi, for my university. The pollution got the best of me, but I try.

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