Online applications to DU UG courses cross one lakh mark in three days
Applications for undergraduate courses offered by Delhi University crossed the one lakh mark, within three days of commencement of the registration process.
New Delhi: Applications for various undergraduate courses offered by Delhi University crossed the one lakh mark on Friday, within three days of commencement of the registration process.
"The number of registrations till 6.30 PM today was 1,14,152. A total of 40,582 applicants have completed the entire process including fee payment," a DU statement said.
"Of the applications completed so far, 20,081 are from boys and 20,500 from girls. One application has been received from others category," it added.
The online registration had begun on Thursday with 39,000 applications registering on the very first day. The Centralised Optical Mark Recognition (OMR)forms are available on Delhi University's website -
students will have to make the payment through internetbanking.
A total of 60,000 seats in various undergraduate programmes are up for grab. The last date for online
registration is 19 June and the first cut off will be announced on 27 June.
This is for the first time that the university has introduced completely online admission procedure for UG admissions unlike previous years when it used to be both online and offline.
The weather department has issued a yellow alert and has forecast partly cloudy skies with light rain or thundershower along with gusty winds at the speed of 30-40 kmph. Maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to settle around 34 and 19 degrees Celsius
The maximum temperature at the Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi's base station, is likely to rise to 45 degrees Celsius
The weather department said the rain and thunderstorms caused a drastic fall in the minimum temperature, which plummeted from 29 degrees Celsius to 18 degrees Celsius during 5.40 am to 7 am