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DU colleges asked to update web portals with details of seats filled

delhi Updated: May 17, 2016 13:08 IST
Heena Kausar
DU admissions

Online registration for around 54,000 undergraduate seats will start from May 28 but the offline applications will only be available towards the end of the admission schedule for five days starting June 12. The registration process will end on June 16.(Hindustan Times)

To keep the admission process transparent, a Delhi University (DU) admission committee has recommended that all DU colleges update the university portal with the details of seats filled under each category every day during the upcoming admission session for undergraduate courses.

Officials said that the university is likely to make the information on the portal available to students to update them about the number of seats each college has filled.

A 24-member admission committee, including academic, executive council members, principals and university representatives, has recommended a set of rules for admissions, which have been sent to the vice-chancellor professor Yogesh Tyagi for final approval.

“All colleges will have to update details of the number of seats they have filled in each category every day during admission. This will give the university a clear idea about the number of seats being filled. We will ask the university to make this information visible to students also,” said AK Bhagi, a member of the admission committee.

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Online registration for around 54,000 undergraduate seats will start from May 28 but the offline applications will only be available towards the end of the admission schedule for five days starting June 12. The registration process will end on June 16.

Bhagi said the offline forms will be available at four or five colleges where students can get a hard copy of the form.

“There will be four colleges in which offline forms will be made available for the last five days. Students can take the offline forms and submit it after filling at these centres. We are yet to finalise the colleges where forms will be available,” he said.