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DU Admissions 2019 : Over 24,000 Applications In First 90 Minutes

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The much awaited admissions to Delhi University’s undergraduate courses have finally started. The online registration process which began on Thursday at 8 PM will be open till 14th June The university is likely to release the first cut off list on 20th June.

Within the first 90 minutes of the process, 24,536 registrations were done on the portal. A total of 1,762 payments were made during this time. Last year, a total of 2,78,544 candidates had registered for admission to undergraduate courses.

“Last year, the Delhi High Court had ordered the varsity to delay its admission process so that students who are awaiting their re-evaluation results can also be a part of the admission process so that they do not lose out. This year, the re-evaluation process has already started and the results will be out in a couple of days,” said Professor Rajeev Gupta, Dean, Students’ Welfare.

The registration process for postgraduate (PG) courses, postgraduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law and for M.Phil and PhD courses will begin on 3rd June.

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