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Open Days for admission to Delhi University start from today, check here for details

DU admission 2018: Delhi University will conduct a series of ‘Open Days’ starting Monday, May 21, until May 29, which will be held at the Conference Centre of the DU North Campus in two separate sessions.

education Updated: May 21, 2018 10:36 IST
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Every year, during the Open Days, officials have a presentation on the admission procedure and also take questions from candidates.(Saumya Khandelwal/HT File Photo)

The Delhi University will start a series of ‘Open Days’ starting Monday, May 21, which will provide applicants an opportunity to interact with university officials and put forward queries regarding the application and admission procedure.

The event will be held from Monday until May 29, except on the intervening Sunday, and will take place at the Conference Centre of the DU North Campus, in two separate sessions. The first session will be held from 10am to 11.30am; and the second one will start from noon to 1.30pm.

Every year, during the events, officials have a presentation on the admission procedure and also take questions from candidates.

“This time, we have invited students applying to entrance-based undergraduate programmes as well. We will have experts on this to answer their questions too,” said Gurpreet Singh Tuteja, the deputy dean of students’ welfare.

Tuteja said that of the 1,150 emails received on the DU’s admission helpline, the most common query has been from applicants who had completed their form, paid the application fee and then realised that they have made some mistake. He added that students should be very careful while filling out their forms and must double check information before submitting the form.

Tuteja said that another common query was from students who could not scan their Class 10 marksheet onto a single page, and found it too big.

“Students can just scan and upload the part where the personal details and the date of birth are visible. The lower end, if missing, is also fine,” he said.

First Published: May 21, 2018 10:35 IST