Q 1 Is there any reservation for Delhi students in Delhi University?
Ans.No. There is no such reservation in Delhi University.
Ans. Admissions in the colleges are not based on first come first serve policy. Instead, the applicant who has filled the online registration form and satisfies the criteria and cut-off for a particular programme/course in a particular college will be considered for admission as per the schedule of admission specified. All the students who are getting admission in a college and are able to complete all the formalities during that particular cutoff window will be given admission no matter how many seats are present in the college.
Ans.A number of Delhi University colleges offer relaxation to girl candidates in some particular courses where the Boy-Girl ratio is not balanced.It is generally between 1-5% according to last three years.The relaxation policy changes every year.The idea behind offering relaxation is to maintain a healthy gender ratio in college.
Ans. Yes, you may select all programmes/courses of your interest through a single online registration form. It is important to note that you can apply in all merit based as well as entrance based courses through the same online application.
Ans. No, you cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or same courses in different colleges. In case you take admission at two places, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.
AnsStudents planning to take admission under caste based reservation should have a caste certificate issued in their name which should not be more than 6 months old.The OBC certificate should mention that the candidate belongs to Non Creamy layer and the caste is a part of the Central Governmentofficial list.An income certificate of the parents can also be asked.
Ans. Yes, you can submit the online registration form by choosing “Awaited” in the drop- down menu of “Result Status” on “Academic Details” page/section while entering the information. However, you will have to fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria/meeting cut-off list of that course/college during the stipulated period.
Ans.It is strongly recommended that you apply for Delhi University but you will not get admission if the result of your compartment exams is not released within the admission window followed by Delhi University.
Ans. Yes, you can get admission in a regular college provided you have applied in an available programme/course and meet the cut-off criteria.
Ans. No, there is no disadvantage for gap year students and they would be treated at par with regular students. They should meet the requisite criteria for admission and must possess the necessary documents/certificates.
Ans.Yes you can apply to courses like B.Com (Hons),B.Com and B.A, B.A. (Hons.)
Ans. You can register online for all undergraduate courses through the admission portal URL http://admission.du.ac.in & follow the guidelines to proceed.
Ans. No, there’s no offline form. You need to register and fill up theonline form, available on the centralized online Admission Portal of the University, where a candidate can apply for both courses where admission is based on merit in Class XII qualifying examinations, as well as courses where admission is based on entrance tests.
Ans. No, the portal allows you to register only once. However, you can rectify error by logging again into your account through the “Edit” button at the end of each session/page till the online registration portal is open & the fee is not paid.
Ans. The payment is accepted online only through credit card/debit card/Net Banking/UPI.
Ans. You can apply for ECA and Sports quota by selecting appropriate options in registration form. Yes, there is additional fee for applying in these courses.
Ans. No, once you have paid the fee, you will not be able to apply under ECA/Sports Category.
Ans. Please ensure that you have: 1. Completed the mandatory fields (marked with red asterisk) on every page.
2. You have uploaded the required documents under the section ‘Uploads’.
Ans. No, without Mathematics, you are not eligible for above courses.
Ans. You have to register again with the correct email address to fill the registration form.
Ans. No, you should not use anyone else’s email account for registration. You must create a valid email account and remember its password, as all the communication from the University would be sent to your email account used during the admissions process.
Ans. All possible measures are taken during the development phase to avoid such a situation. However, such a problem may arise due to Internet issues or if a large number of applicants access the sitesimultaneously. The registration form has a “Save and Continue” feature, which you may use if you are not able to complete the entire form in one session. You are advised to click on the “Submit” button on each page/session separately to save the information, and you may proceed with filling up of the remaining online registration form after refreshing the link or logging into your account in another session. You are also advised not to wait till the last day to complete or submit the form.
Ans. All applicants have to pay the registration fee as specified in Section 1 of the UG Admissions Bulletin 2019-20. There is a provision for fee concession in most of the colleges but only after admission. You are advised to contact the college for details.
Ans. Yes, many colleges offer part time certificate courses in office management, foreign languages etc. However, it is advisable to first try to understand how your regular course works, how much freetime you have, and then plan your certificate course accordingly.
Ans. The selection process for hostels is strictly based on merit of the candidate. Once a candidate gets admission in a college offering hostel facility then, they have to apply separately for hostels. Accommodation is subject to availability of seats.
Ans. The University has no special quota for NCC/NSS in any of the colleges.