The admission process in Delhi University
for the undergraduate programmes for the academic session 2015-16 will be students' friendly.
The varsity had formed a 23-member committee last week to work on the admission policies.
The committee is of the view that after the postgraduate admissions, the registration for undergraduate admissions should also be completely online. It has also planned the proposal for students' convenience.
The aspirants who would not be able to take admission in first cut-off list will be given a second chance to get admission. There will be a one day gap after the announcement of cut-off.
Those aspirants who would miss the opportunity to get admission will be offered admission only on the last date of second cut-off.MORE FROM ADMISSION :DU working on policy for transgender admissions
These seats will only be offered in case of being it vacant in courses and colleges. The missing students in second cut-off list will be offered a chance in third and so on ...The committee has not made it clear that whether there will be more than five cut-offs.ALSO READ :DU admission process for UG programmes to go online
To fill the vacant seats of OBC at least 10 cut-off lists are being announced. Colleges will also have one day gap between every cut-off while students will also get time to think before going for admission.