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Delhi University admission process to begin June 15

Friday May 06, 2011 05:23:11 PM, IANS

New Delhi: With no application forms, the admission process in Delhi University (DU) this year will begin June 15 with the announcement of the first cut-off list, an official of the Dean Student Welfare (DSW) office said.

"This year there will be no application forms which students earlier used to submit to colleges of their choice, nor any common admission form. The colleges will straightaway declare the first cut off list and the aspirants can take admission thereafter," the official said.

"The admission committee decided last evening that the date for the first cut-off list will be June 15. Although the vice chancellor is yet to give his nod, it's almost certain that this is final," he added.

After the announcement of the first cut off list, students will get four days to take admission, between June 16-20. The second cut off list will be declared June 21 and admissions will be open from June 22-25.

The third list will be out June 27 and admissions from June 28-July. The fourth list will be out July 2 and admissions will be from July 4-7 and the fifth list will be out on July 8 and admissions will be from July 9-13.

"The admission policy - of no application forms and five cut-off lists - was approved by the vice chancellor," the official added.

Delhi University, founded in 1922, has 14 faculties, 86 academic departments and 79 colleges. Its student population is about 220,000.







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