Delhi University

For the academic year 2021-22, the University of Delhi, or DU, has released the registration dates for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Students who have passed their specific 10+2 board exams can visit the official website for Du admission notices.

The registration period for undergraduate merit-based programmes will run from August 2 to August 31, while the registration period for PG and MPhil/PhD programmes will run from July 26 to August 21, according to the DU admissions timetable for 2021.

Despite their desire to jumpstart registrations, Rajeev Gupta, Chairperson, Admissions, stated that other factors were making things tough. The institution, on the other hand, has officially announced the dates for UG and PG admissions.

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Du Admissions

Here are some important details concerning DU Admissions 2021:

1. DU will begin accepting undergraduate applications online on August 2nd, with the deadline for submission being August 31st. Postgraduate courses, including the DUET, will open for enrolment on July 26 and close on August 21.

ProgrammesCommencement Date Last Date
Post GraduateMon, 26/07/21Thu, 21/08/21
M.Phil , PhDMon, 26/07/21Thu, 21/08/21
UndergraduateMon, 2/08/21Tue, 31/08/21
Delhi University admissions Schedule

2. This year, the whole admissions procedure, including registration and payment of tuition, will be conducted entirely online. All trial admissions (sports + ECA) will be completed online as well. Admissions through these quotas will be based entirely on credentials, as they were last year.

3. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET-2021) for all post-Graduate programmes, selected undergraduate programmes, and M.Phil./Ph.D. programmes, with dates to be notified soon.

4. Given the present pandemic scenario, the institution has chosen not to modify the admissions qualifying requirements or price structure this year. All colleges have been instructed by the university not to bind students to fill out any further forms.

5. Candidates for Post Graduate Programs will be asked to fill out only one registration form, but will be charged different registration costs if they enrol in some more than one programme. All applicants for M.Phil./Ph.D. programmes will be required to complete a single registration form.

6. Admissions to the Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics, and Masters of Physiotherapy will be done using DUET beginning in the academic year 2021-22.

7. Cut-offs will be used to determine admission to undergraduate merit-based programmes, as has been the case in previous years. To minimise over and under admissions, the admission division is working with college principals on methods for setting cut-offs.

8. To assist students with the online admissions process, the institution plans to provide seminars and webinars. Computer-based Help Desks in the form of Chat-Bots and emails will be accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address applicants’ questions. The university website will be updated with information about the tutorials and webinars as they become available.

9. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has mandated that all universities and colleges finish the undergraduate and postgraduate admissions procedures by September 30. Classes will commence on or before October 1st for the first semester. As a result, undergraduate classes at university institutions are anticipated to start on October 1.

Varsha Singh

By Varsha Singh

Journalism honours student at Christ University, Bangalore. Passionate and curious enough to explore the world and talk about the development and constructive changes that I feel should be brought up.

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