DU Admissions 2017 : Admit Card For Post Graduate Entrance Exams Released

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Delhi University has released the admit card for entrance exams to various Post Graduate courses which will take place from July 1.The admit card is available to be downloaded from the online portal of Delhi University.Students have to go to the DU website and login on the admission portal.On the home page students will find the ‘Download Admit Card’ tab right next to the applied courses.

Earlier,Delhi University changed the exam pattern of LLB Entrance exam barely a week before the actual exam date.Students all over the country are criticizing the move as the whole section on Politics and Constitution has been done away with which was the most scoring section in exam.

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Shivam Malhotra
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