Country’s most decorated Delhi University has begun the admission procedure for the 2020-21 academic year. To provide smooth sailing, the university has asked the state board across the country including the CBSE to share the links of the class 12 results for the online document verification process.
The university has been providing access to the CBSE results for many years. The university will check the authenticity of the mark sheets of the applicants claiming to have passed from CBSE affiliated schools.
Along with the CBSE, two other boards which are NIOS and Jammu and Kashmir State Board have agreed to share the class 12 result links with the university.
The university has decided to carry out forensic verification of certificates and mark sheets submitted by the students for all the departments. The decision of Forensic Verification was taken keeping in mind the ‘Ankit Baisoya’ controversy. In 2018, the university cancelled the admission of Baisoya, a former DUSU president, after his documents were found to be forged.
The last date to submit the Delhi University online applications is July 4, 2020. Candidates who wish to apply for the Undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the university can visit the official website of the board to apply.