Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

DU: Delhi University Online Admission at

Narada Desk | June 2, 2016 12:59 pm Print
DU or University of Delhi has started its online admission process for under-graduate (UG) programs for 2016-17
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DU or University of Delhi or Delhi University  launched the webpage for online registrations for admission to its undergraduate (UG) programmes for the academic year 2016-17 and saw over 30,000 register on the first day.

Click the link in the page to start your registration process.

“We have received an overwhelming response from students on the first day of registration for the UG admissions registration. The portal was launched at 12 p.m today and by 6.30 p.m., more than 30,000 students had already registered on the site. This is a very positive sign,” Dean of Students Welfare J.M Khurana told IANS.
The registration will conclude on June 19.


The varsity also conducted its first ‘Open Session’ at the Conference Centre in North Campus on the same day for the counselling of students seeking admission in the UG programmes.

According to officials, around 1,000 people attended the session with various queries regarding the new admission process, courses and teaching patterns.

“We are not counselling students on what courses will be best suited for them. We are providing information to them on the new admission policies, guiding them on how to register online for the registration,” Khurana said.

Last year, the varsity had introduced online registration process along with offline forms for the UG admissions. As many as 2,40,000 candidates had registered online for various undergraduate courses in 2015.

On Tuesday, the university announced that admissions to undergraduate (UG) courses for 2016-17 will be fully online while some more changes in the norms have been made.

For two years, the university has been conducting online (entrance-based) admissions for post graduation courses. Last year, it had introduced online admissions along with offline (common form) method for undergrad.

The university’s admission committee for 2016-17 also said new norms for admissions including 5 per cent quota increase for Kashmiri migrant students as well as 1 per cent relaxation for women students.

According to the new online admissions procedure, a student will first have to register himself on the varsity website followed by an eight step process for UG admission registration during which various information including personal details, various scanned documents (10th class and 12th class passing certificates), passport size photographs will have to be provided.