The nervous wait for those seeking admission to Delhi University (DU) ended on Wednesday when the university allowed students to complete the registration process on its website — du.ac.in. Although the CBSE results for Class 12 were announced on May 28, the students were not able to complete the application process, since there were non-functional tabs in the DU website.
“The admission web portal for the undergraduate (merit-based) programmes…is working efficiently and all the tabs are active and within two hours of opening all the tabs, more than 3,500 applicants completed their registration…,” the university said in a statement.
The registration process for the undergraduate programmes (merit based) was started on May 22. But, the students were only able to enter their “personal details”, as the tab for “academic details” remained inactive.
So far, 160,131 admission seekers have registered themselves on the website, out of which 73,824 are male and 56,994 female. Read | DU admissions 2017: Cut offs expected to increase. Click here