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DU admissions 2021 Updates: Registrations for UG courses begins, last date is August 31

DU admissions 2021 Updates: Due to the unprecedented situation of COVID-19, UG merit-based admissions under the ECA and sports categories will take place without the trials. Only for this year, the applicants will be allowed to upload certificates of the preceding four years.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: August 3, 2021 11:07:52 am
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DU admissions 2021 Updates: The University of Delhi (DU) will commence the registration process for nearly 70,000 seats for undergraduate courses today. The last date of registration is August 31. The admission portal is likely to go live by 3 pm on August 2. Candidates can apply online at admission.uod.ac.in.

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The first cut-off list is likely to be announced around September 7-10, according to officials. The university will open the window for updating marks at a later stage, they said.

“While CBSE, ISC boards have declared results, there are many state boards that are yet to announce results. We will provide the students with the option of updating their marks at a later stage and a special window will be opened for it,” a DU official said.

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Even this year, students will not have to choose their course or college while filling the form, like last year. Once a student fills the form, they will be eligible for admission to every college and course, provided they meet the eligibility criteria, officials said. The entrance test will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) between September 26 and October 1.

Here’s list of documents needed to register for UG courses:

  • A passport size photograph, max size 50kb and dimensions 100px (min. width) x 130px (min. height)
  • Student’s scanned signature, max size 50kb and dimensions 140px (min. width) x 60px (min. height)
  • A valid ID Proof (self-attested). This can be any one of the following documents: Aadhaar Card / voter’s identity card / pan card / passport / driving license
  • Class 10 certificate (self-attested) as date of birth proof, max size 100KB.
  • Caste certificate (self-attested), max size 100KB.

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DU admissions 2021 Updates: Here's how to apply for UG courses at admission.uod.ac.in

10:57 (IST)03 Aug 2021
When is the last date for DU UG admission registrations?

The last date for registering for UG programs at DU is August 31, 2021. 

10:53 (IST)03 Aug 2021
DU begins registration for UG admissions 20201

The Delhi University admissions portal went live on Monday at 8 pm. All students who wish to apply for UG programs at DU can now visit the portal and begin their applications. Read more 

19:17 (IST)02 Aug 2021
CBSE to conduct improvement, compartment exams from August 16

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the exam schedule for the candidates who want to appear for the physical examinations to improve their scores. Exams will also be conducted for students who were placed in the compartment category in the board results. The exams will be conducted from August 16 to September 15. Read more

17:50 (IST)02 Aug 2021
List of documents required to register

  • A passport size photograph, max size 50kb and dimensions 100px (min. width) x 130px (min. height)
  • Student’s scanned signature, max size 50kb and dimensions 140px (min. width) x 60px (min. height)
  • A valid ID Proof (self-attested). This can be any one of the following documents: Aadhaar Card / voter’s identity card / pan card / passport / driving license
  • Class 10 certificate (self-attested) as date of birth proof, max size 100KB.
  • Caste certificate (self-attested), max size 100KB.

16:14 (IST)02 Aug 2021
Cut-offs expected to go higher this year

With more than 70,000 students scoring 95% or more in the CBSE Class 12 Board exams, it is expected that the cut-offs for DU admissions are set to increase even further. Approximately 70,000 undergraduate seats will be on offer at the university this year — equivalent to the number of students scoring above 95% in CBSE this year. 

15:27 (IST)02 Aug 2021
How many seats are on offer in UG courses

DU has nearly 70,000 seats for undergraduate courses on offer this year. While most UG admissions will be merit-based, a few programmes will admit students based on their performance in DUET 2021.

15:23 (IST)02 Aug 2021
UG registration portal to be live soon

The University of Delhi (DU) will commence the registration process for undergraduate courses today. The last date of registration is August 31. The admission portal is likely to go live soon.

15:06 (IST)02 Aug 2021
ECA/sports quota applicants can submit certificates of past four years

Admissions under ECA and sports quota supernumerary seats will be done based on the merit/participation certificates of the applicants. Only for this year, the applicants will be allowed to upload certificates of the preceding four years (May 1, 2017 –April 30, 2021).

15:03 (IST)02 Aug 2021
Admission through ECA and sports quota

Representation of at least 1 per cent each (of total intake capacity of the college) to ECA and Sports is mandatory for all colleges, subject to a ceiling of 5% (of total intake capacity of the college) in total for ECA and sports together. Due to the unprecedented situation of the COVID-19 pandemic and prevailing public health guidelines, UG merit-based admissions under the ECA and sports categories will take place without the trials.

13:53 (IST)02 Aug 2021
NSUI launches Delhi University Admission Helpline 2021

NSUI has launched a Helpline Number for the students, who are seeking admission in Delhi University. For all type of queries, kindly contact on the following helpline number - 9268030030.

13:45 (IST)02 Aug 2021
DUET 2021 scores to be used for more UG courses this year

From the academic year 2021-22 onwards, admissions to Bachelor in Physiotherapy, Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Prosthetics & Orthotics, and Masters of Physiotherapy will be done through DUET.

13:16 (IST)02 Aug 2021
First-cut off to released in September

The first cut-off list is likely to be announced around September 7-10, according to officials. The university will open the window for updating marks at a later stage, they said. “While CBSE, ISC boards have declared results, there are many state boards that are yet to announce results. We will provide the students with the option of updating their marks at a later stage and a special window will be opened for it,” a DU official said.

13:16 (IST)02 Aug 2021
Students not required to finalise college/course while filing form

Even this year, students will not have to choose their course or college while filling the form, like last year. Once a student fills the form, they will be eligible for admission to every college and course, provided they meet the eligibility criteria, officials said. The entrance test will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) between September 26 and October 1.

13:15 (IST)02 Aug 2021
Registration process to begin today

The University of Delhi (DU) will commence the registration process for nearly 70,000 seats for undergraduate courses today. The last date of registration is August 31. The admission portal is likely to go live by 3 pm on August 2. Candidates can apply online at admission.uod.ac.in.

du admission, du admission 2021, delhi university The first cut-off list is likely to be announced around September 7-10. File.

This year, the cut-offs are expected to be higher than last year as more than 70,000 students scored above 95 per cent this year in CBSE Class 12 Boards. For colleges like St Stephen's and Jesus and Mary, they will have to fill separate forms for the respective colleges but only after they have filled the common form for the university.

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