Starting Monday Open Days will be held at colleges across the city to provide information on the Delhi University. The Open Day will take place at Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College in north campus on Monday.
On Tuesday, the venue will shift to Sri Venkateshwara College in south Delhi. Colleges too are holding open days to assist parents and students. Lakshmibai College will hold sessions on June 6 and June 15.
Similarly, Lady Shri Ram College for Women will hold admission counselling from June 10 to 19. Open Days began at north campus on June 1. Students ask various questions from the authorities during these events.
Applicants worry the most about getting a hostel. To get a hostel accommodation, students will have to apply separately in the respective college for hostel facility and admission is granted on merit. There are few colleges that provide hostel facility such as Miranda, LSR, Hindu, IP College for Women.
Another question that weighs heavily on the students’ mind is the calculation of marks. For Bsc (Hons) in physical sciences -- physics, the marks obtained in chemistry, mathematics (PCM) are considered. For biosciences -- physics, the marks in chemistry and biology (PCB) are considered. However, for BSc mathematics (hons), marks in a language are also considered.
For those taking admission under the sports, extracurricular activities quota, they have to upload the latest date mentioned on the certificates. Those applying under the OBC quota need to keep in mind the central list. DU being a central university only considers the central list.