NEW DELHI: More than two lakh applicants registered with Delhi University so far since the online registration for undergraduate courses began on June 1.
As many as 138,692 students completed online registration. This includes 70,223 women, 68,463 men and six students of the third gender, according to a statement of the university’s registrar.
The application process this year is fully online — from filling the application form to uploading documents, paying registration fee and selecting a college.
University officials said college fees can also be paid online. Students will have to physically visit the colleges only when they go for document verification. Students will be able to register online till June 19.
Students have to upload a copy of self attested marksheets of Classes 10, 12 and reserved category certificate. The size of the file should not be more than 200 KB.
Similarly, the photograph and signature should also not be more than 50KB each.
The first cut-off list will be out on June 27 after which students can take admission under this list till June 30. The second cutoff list will be out on July 1. This year, DU will bring out only five cut-off lists.
Aspirants can check the college and the course they have qualified for and log onto the DU portal using the same registration number.