DU Admissions 2019 : Admissions Not To Start From 15th April This Year

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Delhi University will not begin its admission process on 15th April 2019, as the university’s Admission Committee had earlier declared. As the panel is planning to introduce many changes in the admission process this year, which is taking time.

On March 15, Dean of Students’ Welfare Rajeev Gupta, who also heads the committee, had said DU would tentatively begin its registration on April 15 and conclude it by May 7, earlier than previous years.

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According to The Indian Express, Rajeev Gupta told The Indian Express, “We will have to extend the dates as our preparation is still on. We are working on the admission schedule.” Asked for reasons for the delay, he said, “There are a lot of changes we are proposing, which require a lot of change in our existing software and norms.”

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The Admission Committee has already announced a few changes they plan to make, including “deduction of marks from five percent to two percent for change of stream”.Till now, if a student from a science stream, for example, wants to get enrolled in an arts course or commerce, their marks are reduced by five percent as penalty.They also said the ECA and Sports admissions will be “delinked from admission cut-off lists”.

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