DU Admissions 2019 : Colleges Given A Tool To Check Eligibility Of Applicants

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This time Delhi University colleges have been given an “eligibility check tool”.This tool helps in determining whether or not a candidate is meeting all the criterions for the course in which he/she has applied or not.

On 25th June a meeting was held at South Campus to discuss all the aspects of the admission process. This meeting was attended by notable officers of various colleges.It was during that┬ámeeting only in which they were informed about the “eligibility check tool”.

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According to an official who attended this meeting, this tool will make the job of the officials easier on the admission days and will also save time.

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