Full Coverage - Road to DU
The admissions were mostly open for the reserved category, OBC category.
Monday , 9 July '12As Gyanodaya Express, Delhi University’s (DU) exclusive “educational train”, pulled out of the Safdarjung station on Sunday morning, Savita Dagar doggedly guarded her window seat.
Wednesday , 4 July '12That 90 per cent is the new measure for average performance as per DU standards is now an accepted fact.
Tuesday , 3 July '12Many Delhi University colleges closed admissions to a majority of under-graduate courses even as a few — including some top colleges — remained open for admission in the third cut-off list released by the university on Monday.
Friday , 29 June '12Admission in B.Com(H) closed in 14 colleges.
Friday , 29 June '12For students who came from different state boards trying to land seats at North Campus’s Kirori Mal College under the first cut-off list, admission proved a taxing affair.
Friday , 29 June '12After the Centralised Admission Process committee closed acceptance of forms on Thursday, a total of 57,318 forms were received from the different streams which would mean that around 7,062 seats will be left vacant. The overall admission capacity is 64,380 seats.
Wednesday , 27 June '12On the first day of admission at Delhi University, most colleges received a lukewarm response for the courses that have high cut-off.
Wednesday , 27 June '12Twin sisters Nikita and Nikhila secured identical marks in their Class XII exams, and with their 95.6 per cent they found seats on the first day of admission to DU’s popular college SRCC.
Wednesday , 27 June '12Many prominent colleges got a lukewarm response on the first day of admissions at Delhi University.
Tuesday , 26 June '12After being dogged by a fake marksheet scam during 2011 admission season, Delhi University’s Ramjas College is not taking any chances this year.
Tuesday , 26 June '12Sciences led the jump in cut-offs at DU this year.
Tuesday , 26 June '12The Delhi University released its first cut-off list for its 62 colleges late on Monday night, with most colleges sticking to their “cautious” approach of high cut-offs to avoid excess intake of students.
Tuesday , 26 June '12Asking Delhi University to be “more fair” in its actions, the Delhi High Court on Monday allowed four university colleges, which were preparing to reserve 50 per cent seats for Sikh students this academic year, to admit candidates without reserving seats for the OBC students.
Monday , 25 June '12Four Delhi University colleges were exempted by the Delhi High Court today from reserving 27% of their seats for OBCs students for admission in academic year 2012-13.
Monday , 25 June '12Amidst indications of a further rise in cut-offs in DU this year, girl students may be the only ones with some reason to cheer.
Monday , 25 June '12Admissions at Delhi University colleges will begin on Tuesday —June 26 — with the publication of the university cut-offs.
Monday , 25 June '12Expect no miracles this year from the “cautious” Delhi University colleges.
Monday , 25 June '12With most Delhi University colleges having limited number of hostel seats for undergraduate students, the demand for paying guest (PG) accommodations and private hostels are on the rise.
Sunday , 24 June '12Starting this year, Delhi University will open its doors to students of recognised madrasas that have established boards on par with state education boards.