Delhi University admission process likely to go fully online
Just before the completion of your Plus Two examinations across the country here comes the good news for all those aspiring candidates who wish to make it to Delhi University. Even before your results have been announced the paper work of admission process in DU has got in motion.

Delhi University which is gearing up for admissions to undergraduate courses for the next academic session, is mulling over making the entire process online this time. Those students eyeing a bearth in good colleges of DU will have to score big this time.

The university had constituted a 24-member committee, comprising deans from faculties of science, commerce and arts, nine college principals and members from the executive and academic councils, to formulate an admission policy which will be notified by next month.

"The committee members have recommended that the admission process should go entirely online. Last year, the varsity had attempted the same but offline admissions also continued as there were concerns from parents and students about the feasibility of the process," a committee member told.

"However, even UGC has given the go-ahead for the same and the process has been already tested so the admissions are likely to be completely online from this year," he added.

The admission committee headed by the Dean of Students Welfare has had two meetings in the last fortnight. Other likely recommendations include centralised fee collection system and reducing the number of cut-off lists.

"So far, with the offline admission system being in place, the application centres used to collect the fees. However, we are thinking of making it centralised this time. All the payments will be made by the candidates to the university by which in turn will reimburse the respective colleges," the member said.

"Also, with seven to eight cut-off lists being announced every year, the process drags to the month of August, by when the classes have already begun. So the number of cut-offs are likely to be limited to five from this year onwards," he added.

Now this is up to you to score good in Class 12th exam whether you are from any board, ultimately the cut-off per cent will certainly be higher than last year. So tighten your seat belts to gear up your future and get admission in the bestest college.

The panel will submit its final recommendations to the Vice Chancellor, who will then take a call on the admission policy for the session. The admissions will start from May. DU admits 54,000 undergraduate students in various courses across over 60 colleges.