DU Admissions 2019 : DU In Talks With CBSE To Get Marksheet Data Of Students

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Getting an admission into the university of Delhi is a dream of a majority of students all across the country. And surpassing the sky-high cut-offs is the second step. But the D-day that decides whether you get into your dream college or not. And to top it all, each one of us knows what a cumbersome a task it is on the day of the admission process. From early morning registrations, hyper-anxious marks calculations, heart-breaking deductions to the document verification…… it is, to sum it all, a highly tedious yet defining day. Even the college officials bear the heat. And to top it all, a lot of paperwork and documentation goes into the entire process. While it is not just the students who are voracious but also the varsity who remain on their toes all through the process.

Thus, University of Delhi (DU) is trying to establish a link with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to have an access to their database for getting students’ marksheet and certificates so that they do not have to carry them during the admission process.

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The tentative date for the admission process 2019-20 will begin on April 15. Registration for all undergraduate, postgraduate, M.Phil and PhD courses will begin on April 15 and end on May 7.

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