DU Admissions 2019 : Registration Process To Get Costlier,Form Correction To Be Allowed From This Year

- Advertisement -

The admission process is likely to become costlier at Delhi University this year.The standing committee of Delhi University’s academic council has cleared proposals to increase fees for registration and cancellation.From this year the University will also be introducing form correction charges.

The registration fee is likely to increase from Rs 150 to Rs 250.Every correction in the form will cost Rs 100 to the aspirant.

- Advertisement -

To avoid the issue of high number of admission cancellations made by in hope of a ‘better’ course or college, a proposal has been made to increase the fee by 100% to Rs 1,000.

- Advertisement -

Women candidates who come from a rural background and aspirants who studied in government schools are likely to get certain benefits this year.

- Advertisement -

The aspirants will be allowed to cancel their admissions ‘n-1’ times, where ‘n’ stands for the number of cutoff lists during the admission season.

Delhi University is also planning to display real time vacant seats both college-wise and course-wise on the student dashboard and college website.

CLICK HERE to join our Facebook group where you can ask your queries.

Download the DU Express app on Play Store to stay connected with all the latest admission news and campus news 24×7.Click here to download the app.

Join our Telegram channel today free of cost to get all the latest updates delivered directly on your smartphone.Click here to subscribe to our Telegram channel or search for – @DUExpressIndia on Telegram to join.

- Advertisement -
Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

Similar Articles

Advertisment

Stay Connected

87,768FansLike
50,200FollowersFollow
1,807FollowersFollow

Most Popular

Eight DU College Principals Approach NGT Against Highrise in North Campus

Principals of eight colleges in the North Campus of Delhi University (DU) have written a letter to the National Green Tribunal (NGT) voicing their...

Delhi School of Journalism welcomes its first-ever master’s batch

Delhi School of Journalism is a pioneering institution that is housed in the university stadium in North campus. Recently, it has geared up to...

Hold on and read the WhatsApp Privacy Policy first!

With a user base of 20 million, WhatsApp Messenger, the adopted child of Facebook, has come up with a new update - an update...