DU To Organise A Special Drive To Fill The Leftover Seats

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Good news for Delhi University aspirants! Delhi University’s admission committee will soon be organising a special drive to fill the remaining seats by the aspirants from the reserved category.

Head of the committee and Dean of students’ welfare (DSW), Rajiv Kumar informed that the university will not only focus on the admission of students from reserved category, but will also take care of other cases as well. Such cases will be of those students who were not able to pay the fees or had missed their chances previously.

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