DU online application process for UG courses begins

DU online application process for UG courses begins
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Delhi University’s online application process has been started for admissions from Monday, 5 p.m on the official website of university i.e., The online application begins from 22nd May 2017 until 12 June 2017 for Merit Based Undergraduate Admissions and application will be available at shops from 31st May 2017. This process will enable undergraduate applicants to seek admission to 60 undergraduate programmes in 63 colleges of the university. There are around 56,000 seats up for grabs that usually receive nearly 2,50,000 applications. The first Cut off will out on 20th June 2017.

For UG merit-based courses events dates

  • Online Registration from 22nd May 2017
  • Last date for online registration 12th June 2017
  • Notification of first admission list 20th June 2017
  • Commencement of classes 20th July 2017
  • Last date for admission 16th August 2017

Criteria of Delhi University Online application forms

Students will have to upload their Class XII Board examination roll number to ensure that a single student does not fill multiple forms. Those students who are awaiting their Board results can register themselves and fill in their marks once the results are declared. During online registration, applicants will have to upload a passport-size photograph, scanned signature, self-attested Class X Board exam certificate, and self-attested Class XII mark sheet. For those applying for reserved seats, sports quota or ECA admission the respective certificates will also have to be uploaded.

The university of Delhi is one of the prestigious universit of India. It offers various UG and PG programmes in the field of engineering, medical, commerce, science, etc. The university informed that it will organise ‘open days’ to guide and counsel admission seekers and their parents between May 22 and May 31 at the conference centre, gate number 4, in North Campus from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The university has also launched a helpline number 011-27006900 to deal with queries from students. For students who do not have access to the internet or a computer, several DU colleges have been asked to make available networked computers to applicants.

Further information about the entire admission process is available at

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.