"In several places, including Delhi, there has been a delay by the authorities in issuing EWS certificates. Due to this, Delhi University decided that candidates can upload acknowledgement receipt at the time of admission," Professor Rasal Singh, a standing committee member, said
DU admission 2019: As per the notification, the candidates need to possess at least 45 per cent marks to apply for Bachelor of Arts, 40 per cent marks in aggregate to apply for Bachelor of Commerce, and 50 per cent marks to apply for various under graduate science programmes
As many as 1,28,392 aspirants from the unreserved category, 43297 from other backward classes, 28973 from scheduled castes, 5933 from scheduled tribes and 6456 from the economically weaker section (EWS), have made payments, it said.
Till now, 2,14,322 students have registered and 1,15,999 have made payments, the varsity said. The first cut-off list is likely to be released on June 20, second cut-off list will be out on June 25 and the third will be released on June 29
DU admission 2019: In the first two hours after the online registration for undergraduate courses of the Delhi University began, 29,622 registrations happened on the portal. A total of 2,500 payments were made during this time.