Countermanding all the previous reports, Delhi University officials have confirmed that, it shall kick start with its admission for the academic session 2019 any day soon. Candidates are required to keep themselves updated with notifications provided on its official website, du.ac.in. All the confusion regarding the DU admission timeline arose, when one of the news agencies had claimed in the month of March, that DU is said to commence with its online registration on April 15, 2019 and end on May 07, 2019.
Also, the Admission Committee of Delhi University over a press release confirmed the same. But, the officials recently, again had explained themselves by saying the admission of UG, PG, M.Phil and PhD courses shall begin by the last week of April 2019.
Hence, the rise in all its related keywords! The explanation for the early commencement of the admission process, as given by one of the officials was that, it would be easier for a candidate to choose the course which they wish to pursue, after CBSE Class 12 result has been announced.
So, as of now, Department of Commerce for its MBA (IB) and MBA (HRD) Admission 2019-21 had started with its application process, which has also been wrapped up by the month of January 2019. Few days back, the department had released a list of shortlisted candidates. These candidates were called to appear for GD/PI rounds at South Campus, New Delhi between April 22-27, 2019.
Further, Class 12 CBSE Result is expected out on May 13, 2019 via some unofficial sources. Till now, we haven’t received any confirmation either regarding the DU Admission 2019 timeline on its official website or regarding CBSE Class 12 result.
As 2019 has already brought a lot of changes, Delhi University is planning on to introduce 85% quota to residents of Delhi in city colleges. This quota has been circulated as one of the political party’s proclamation. When contacted the officials for a confirmation regarding this quota, the officials directly denied any such change by simply calling it a “hoax”.
Other changes, include reduction in the stream change percentage from 5% to 2%, this year and setting up of grievance cell for all reserved category candidates. Also, Delhi University plans to contact Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) directly to make use of their database to fetch a candidate’s Class 12 mark sheets and certificates.
One of the most awaited DU Admission, is conducted every year to fill approximately 56,000 seats across 63 affiliated colleges at undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Last year, the application process started on May 15 and a whooping response of 43,000 online applications was received within 24 hours of the Day 1 of application process.
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