Updated: July 27, 2021 9:51:54 am
The University of Delhi (DU) will begin the registration process for postgraduate (PG) courses today. The application process for Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2021 will also begin today i.e July 26. Around 20,000 seats are available in various PG courses being offered by the varsity in 2021. According to university authorities, it received more than 4,500 visitors in the first 15 minutes.
The registration window for the PhD and MPhil programmes will also start today. The varsity had said that the registration process for undergraduate courses will begin on August 2 and the last date for applying will be August 31. The Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) has been ruled out for admissions this year.
Steps to register for DU PG courses 2021
Step 1: Visit the official website of Delhi University, du.ac.in.
Step 2: Click on ‘DU PG Admission 2021’ available on the homepage.
Step 3: Enter details asked to complete the registration process.
Step 4: Login using the registered credentials, and complete the application process.
Step 5: Upload the required documents and pay the application fee for DU PG Admission 2021.
The entire admission procedure will be online this year, as it was last year. To assist students through the process and address their queries, the university has organised four ‘Virtual Open Days’ for postgraduate programmes. These will be held at 5 pm between July 27 and July 30.
The varsity will conduct entrance tests for 13 courses for the upcoming academic session, with four courses being added this year. The four new courses for which entrances will be held from this year are Bachelor in Physiotherapy, Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics, and Masters of Physiotherapy.
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