The registration process for undergraduate (UG) courses at Delhi University has begun on
Wednesday. This time, applicants who took the National Testing Agency’s Common
Entrance Test CUET-UG can apply for admission to one of Delhi University’s 78 Bachelor’s
degree programmes. The application period is currently open for the academic year
2023–2024. Webinars will be held starting on June 19 to help applicants who applied for
Delhi University’s UG admission process. On Thursday, information from the university was
disclosed. Additionally, they claimed that the university intends to develop a website to
handle and address grievances relating to DU admissions.
It will be conducted by experienced professors, admission specialists, and alumni who are
familiar with Delhi University’s UG admission requirements. These online meetings are
intended to address prevalent issues, offer insightful information, and give students the
knowledge they need to make wise choices about their academic future.
Number of preparation have been made
The university’s website already features a list of commonly asked questions, according to
Hanif Gandhi, dean of admissions. He said that the admission branch has set up a helpdesk
facility to support applicants. Gandhi said that several preparations had been made to help
the candidates and that data was available in a variety of forms, including text bulletins,
images, and flowcharts. These tools consist of eligibility and instruction videos, webinars,
and videos that show how to fill out forms.
Candidates can seek solutions to their problems through chatbot assistance and email
support. For UG course-related queries, they can email [email protected], for PG
course admission-related questions, they can email [email protected], and for
information regarding PhD admissions, they can email [email protected]. Detailed
information will be shared on the university’s admission website – admission.du.ac.in.
Option for those who were not able to attend webinar
Aspiring students from across the country, and even internationally, can participate in these
webinars, as they will be accessible through the university’s official website and other online platforms. The recorded sessions will also be made available for those unable to attend the live webinars, ensuring that everyone has access to the vital information provided.