The Delhi University (DU) is most likely to kick-start the admission process from May 30, 2019 (Thursday) onwards. According to the officials, this is the most delayed admission session of DU till date.
The university officials, reportedly, held a meeting on May 27 and decided to commence the registration process from May 30 and it is likely to go on for next 15 days.
The report further says that the University will announce the cut-offs almost a week after the registration process ends.
Varsity’s admission portal will showcase all the relevant details to the candidates like: no of seats available in the college and the course they are applying for. Further, it will also carry details about how many students have applied for those seats and how fast the seats are filling up.
However, the Delhi University is yet to finalise on the test agency that will be conducting the entrance exam for admission to various courses. It has been the major reason behind the delay in admission.
Reportedly, the National Testing Agency (NTA) is almost finalised for the same. However, the official confirmation is yet to come on the same.
Notably, in 2018, DU began the registration process on May 15, days before the CBSE results were announced.
But this year, CBSE, following the High Court directive, announced the results of Class 12 examination on May 2. This was done in record time of 28 days. Traditionally, the Class 12 results are announced in the third week of May.