Centralised registration forms for admission to under-graduate courses in Delhi University will be available,online included, from June 4. Disclosing this on Friday,the Dean of Student Welfare at Delhi University,Dr J M Khurana,said the sale of forms will close on June 18.
The university is in the process of identifying 15-16 post offices within Delhi where forms will be made available in addition to colleges,Khurana said.
We are in talks to identify post offices across the city through which forms can be sold. Students will be able to buy and submit the forms there, Khurana said.
Centralised registration will make a comeback this year in Delhi University. The process was discontinued last admission session in favour of walk-in admission at colleges for candidates who met cutoffs prescribed by the university.
There were several demands to bring back centralised admission in view of the fact that there was over-admission last year. So even though we did not find any problem with the process of walk-in admission,we have re-introduced the centralised admission process in light of the demand, Khurana said.
The high-powered committee of principals of Delhi University colleges,who had earlier this year made recommendations on admission procedures for under-graduate courses,had in its report suggested that the centralised registration be brought back. Online registration was also part of the committees recommendations.
The process for online registration will be finalised soon. The schedule for open days will be announced some time next week, Khurana said.