Friday, June 5, 2020

DU Admissions 2019 : 2.5 Lakh Applications Received;Only 3.52% From EWS Category

Delhi University saw a total of 3,67,895 registrations out of which 2,58,388 applicants made the payment.This time 9,091 students belonging to Economically Weaker Section (EWS) have registered on Delhi University’s admission portal for undergraduate courses.Surprisingly, this is only 3.52% of the total applications registered for the year.

Delhi University got 7,100 applications from Scheduled Tribes category, 34,262 applications were received and 55,457 applications were received from Other Backward Classes.

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To accommodate the EWS category students, Delhi University has increased the seats by 10 per cent.Hence, the total number of seats for undergraduate courses increased to 62,000.

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The first cut off list for the undergraduate merit based courses will be declared on June 28, 2019.

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Jayati Bhasin
I am a student of Humanities at Maitreyi College, Delhi University. I am a huge fan of books, the moon, monuments, mountains, stationery and all the little things. Being good in my suras, I have also been a State Level Singer in the past. Apart from this, I love to write about anything (in fact, everything). Hope you find my work intriguing. Happy reading! 🌻

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