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Last day for DU admissions: Apply today by 5pm, first cut-off on June 20

Around 2.9 lakh students have registered with the Delhi University so far. The colleges are expected to release dates for sports trails and extracurricular activities trials from June 14.

delhi Updated: Jul 11, 2017 17:28 IST
Heena Kausar
The first cut-off will be announced on June 20 with admissions at colleges beginning at 10am on the same day.
The first cut-off will be announced on June 20 with admissions at colleges beginning at 10am on the same day. (HT FILE)

Delhi University applicants have till 5pm on Monday to fill the online registration form for admission to undergraduate courses across 63 colleges.

The first cut-off will be announced on June 20 with admissions at colleges beginning at 10am on the same day. The second cut-off will come on June 24. The classes will begin on July 20.

Around 2.9 lakh students have already registered with the university.

The colleges are expected to release the dates for sports trial and extracurricular activities trials from June 14.

This year female students from Delhi and NCT are being directly registered for non collegiate women’s education board (NCWEB) if they opt for BA or B.Com. The first cutoff of NCWEB will be announced on June 24.

St Stephen’s college will announce its first cut-off on Tuesday and bring out its list of selected candidates for interview on June 15.

An official from the college said that interviews will be conducted from June 17. This year the college has reserved three supernumerary seats for children of defence personnel who have laid down their lives in action.

PG applications

The university will on Monday evening start the online registration for postgraduate courses. The admission to PG courses is based on entrance exams, which are likely to start from July 1 to July 6.

“We will announce the exact time at which the registration for PG will start, today evening,” a DU official said.