Delhi University has started its admission process with the opening of the online registration portal. University of Delhi offers admission in various courses at UG, PG, M. Phil and PhD level. As the admission process has now begun, candidates must fill the application form carefully. For admission in UG and PG programmes, candidates have to fill the DU application form 2020 by registering themselves online. Candidates can check the steps and procedures needed to be followed while registration for admission at Delhi University from the following section.
How to Fill the Delhi University Admission Form Correctly ?
Following are the steps to fill the Delhi University Admission Form Correctly:
STEP 1 – REGISTRATION: Candidates must register themselves to the online admission portal available on the main website. For the registration purpose candidates need their personal email IDs, with the help of which candidates can create a username and password. Candidates have to enter all the details in the registration form, upload the required documents and select their courses of interest (Applicants can also select all courses by default without any penalties).
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- Candidates are advised to check all the details entered by them in the application form. They shall also be responsible for the quality and authenticity of the certificates they will be uploading so that there is no problem later, in the admission procedure.
- Candidates have to upload the following documents at the time of registration:
- Class X certiﬁcate
- Class XII certiﬁcate
- Relevant reservation certiﬁcate issued by the competent authority
- Self-attested copies of requisite certiﬁcates for admission under sports/ ECA category
- Link of the uploaded clip for admission against music
- Photo identity card (Aadhar Card, Driving License, PAN Card, Voter Identity Card, Passport or School Identity Card)
STEP 2 – Application fee Payment: After filling all the details in the application form, candidates have to pay the registration fee using the link available at the dashboard. Candidates are also advised to print the payment receipt for future references. Application fee can be paid using Online payment gateway via Credit Card/ Debit card/ Net banking etc. Furthermore, candidates are advised to pay the fee well before the last date deadline to avoid unnecessary hassles.
STEP 3 – Reopening the Portal: Once the CBSE and other Boards will declare their class XII results, the online UG portal will again re open and candidates have to enter the marks secured by them.
STEP 4 – Cut off Declaration: Each college is supposed to release at least 5 Cut-Offs. Applicants shall be allowed to take admission in whatever course or college they desire, if they secure at least the cut-off marks. University is also supposed to release a special Cut-Off, but this will be only for candidates who could not or did not take admission in the first 5 cut-offs. It will be the last cut-off declared by the college for any particular course. It will only be released when there are any seats left for a particular course even after the 5 rounds of cut-offs.
- All colleges have to declare if there are any seats left vacant after the release of the first-five cut off and their number.
- Candidates have to give the preferences for the available course and the available college.
- The allotments to the course and the colleges, only for the Special Cut-Off, will be made centrally by the university.
STEP 5 – Course and College Selection: Once the cut-off has been declared, applicants will be allowed to access their dashboards and select the course and college in which they want to take admission, from the list of courses and colleges they are eligible for. Candidates will not be provided a facility to select more than one course or college. This selection is to be done in online mode only, within a stipulated time interval. Candidates don’t need to visit the college physically. Within a cut-off, candidates will not be allowed to change their preference for a course or college. For example, if the 1st cut-off has been released and an applicant has chosen course A in college B, then they cannot change it thereafter. However, if any candidate wants to change their preference after the release of the subsequent cut-off, that can be made possible.
STEP 6 – Documents Verification: After the successful registration and choosing the desired college and course, the respective college will verify the documents submitted by the candidates.
- Course in-charge will verify the minimum qualifications and cut-off requirements and Convenor Admission have to recheck and approve/decline the admission. The Principal also plays a major role in approval or declination of the admission.
- If any necessary document/s is/are found missing, then the college shall contact the respective candidate via phone or email.
- Admission of any candidate will not be left undecided. Either it is approved or it is declined.
- Applicants can check the status of their application from the dashboard.
- Candidates whose application will be rejected by the university can raise objection through a link object available at the Dashboard.
STEP 7 – Fees payment to Confirm Admission: Once the admission is approved by the Principal, candidates are supposed to pay the course-fee with a link available on the dashboard. Candidates are advised to pay the online fee within the 24 hours of receiving the confirmation of admission. If any candidate has not paid the fees within the allocated time, then the admission of such candidates will be cancelled by the authority.
- After the successful payment of the due fee, students are advised to save the Acknowledgment Slip along with the date and other details of the transaction as a proof for future use. After successful payment of fees, the applicant is granted provisional admission to the selected college.
- Once the applicant has gained admission, they have to sign an online declaration stating, “All the information provided by me are correct. In case any information provided by me is found to be false and/or is not supported by the documents presented by me, I understand that the admission will be immediately cancelled and no fees will be refunded. I shall abide by all the rules and regulations laid down by the University and the College.”
STEP 8: Physical Verification of the Documents: At last, candidates have to verify their uploaded documents physically by the respective colleges in due course of time. If at this stage, any document is found to be faulted, the admission shall be cancelled immediately by the authorities, without refunding the fee.