As soon as the CBSE Class 12 results are announced on Monday at 11 am, the race for students to get into their preferred colleges begins.
The exam results are set to trigger much anxiety about the Delhi University colleges and courses students may get through. HT is here to help the students by bringing last year’s cut-off list and encourage them to make educated guesses.
In the coming month, Hindustan Times Campus Calling will bring you information — small and big — about DU that will guide you in making informed choices and help you out with the admission process.
DU is back with admission forms after a year’s gap. Students, however, will not have to run to each college to fill out forms as the whole process is centralised and available online.
Two colleges, however, will not accept the forms. St Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College, both minority institutions, are issuing their own forms.
While St Stephen’s has begun registering students online, JMC will start the process on June 4. St Stephen’s will also start the sale of physical forms at counters in the college on June 4. The rest of DU starts the sale of forms from June 4. The last day to submit the forms is June 18.Our pages will arm you with information about cut-offs, eligibility criteria, important dates and any last-minute changes.