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Trying for admissions in DU? Here's your ready reckoner

education Updated: May 28, 2015 18:34 IST
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Admissions to Delhi University begin on May 28 and students (and parents alike) brace themselves for the toughest race of the season.

Did you know that there are a total of 54000 seats in the 63 colleges under Delhi University? And that while application forms are centralised for 61 colleges, minority colleges St. Stephen's and Jesus and Mary have independent admission processes?

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As you gear up for the race, we tell you all there is to know about it - the admission process, the policy, the entrance tests and the help lines.

Forms are available online at www.du.ac.in. Payment can be made by credit and debit cards. Cost of the form - Rs. 100.

These are the offline registration centres

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While the online admission registration begins on May 28, offline registration begins at eight centres on June 5. The last date for filling the forms online or offline is June 15 and the first cut-off list will be announced on June 25.

The second and third cut-off lists will be announced on June 30 and July 4, respectively. The fourth cut-off list will be announced on July 9.

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Following are the courses for which separate entrance tests are conducted.

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While 27,270 steats are reserved for general category students, 14580 are reserved for OBC students and 12,150 for SC/ST students.

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Make sure you are well equipped when you step out. Don't let Delhi's baking heat take a toll on you.

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Helplines-

University Information Centre (UIC)
Timing:
9am to 5pm (Monday to Friday)
Contact No.: 155215, 011-27006900
Email: infocentre@du.ac.in

Women helpline: 100
Anti-stalking/ anti-obscenity calls helpline: 1096
Maurice Nagar police station: 011-27667178, 27666332
Fire: 101
Ambulance: 102
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS): 011-26588500/700

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