NEW DELHI: Twenty-four Delhi University colleges will help applicants fill online registration forms. They will let the applicants use their computers and access internet on campus.
The colleges would also set up help desks and depute volunteers and staff to help applicants, a DU official said.
At Atma Ram Santan Dharma College, there are 40 computers with inter net access. Three persons will help the students fill the online form. Counsellors will also be available from 9am to 5pm.
At Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, four persons will assist the students with the registration. It has 15 computers. There is also a helpdesk with 30 volunteers guiding the applicants.
Hindu College will also set up a help desk. There will be 20 computers with internet access and two scanners. A lab attendant will help the applicants.
Meanwhile, the university received 1,38,915 applications on Saturday, the fourth day of admission. “There are 57,455 paid applications, out of which male applicants are 28,245 and female 29,208,” said the university.
T he online registration started on June 1 and will continue till June 19. The first cutoff list will be out on June 27. Based on this list, the students can take admission till June 30. The second cutoff list will be out on July 1. This year the university is releasing only five cutoff lists.
The registration fee is Rs 100 for unreserved and OBC categories and Rs 50 for SC/ST/ PwD (person with disabilities).