The process of admission to colleges starts in the month of April itself, but the entire country is under lockdown due to the coronavirus epidemic. To deal with this situation, Delhi University administration has decided that this time all the admission procedures will be completed online so that all the work is done in a short time by any means. According to the officials, this time it has been decided to make all the admission procedures in DU online so that the students do not have to visit the colleges much.
Verification of certificates will also be online: Although currently all the processes including enrollment, examination in DU are postponed but its admission branch is working to strengthen the entire process. Officials said the time left for the lock down would be much less prepared. Therefore all colleges have been asked to prepare. Professor Shobha Bagai, the Dean of the Admission Branch, sent a letter to the principals of all the colleges of DU, in which they wrote, during the admission process, the students had to make less frequent visits to the colleges for physical verification of the required documents. Is going This will also include online verification of certificates.
Colleges were asked to put information on the website: Bagai has asked the colleges to put the required information on their websites and send the link to the Admission Branch. In the letter, he has also instructed the colleges to form a strong team for the admission process. It has been written in the letter that a team should be formed which includes a large number of volunteer students along with faculty directors. Volunteer students will have to be available during that time to answer any questions related to admission.
This time the EWS quota will increase by five percent – this year the quota for low income group (EWS) seats will increase by 5 percent in DU admission. According to the letter sent to colleges by the Admission Limited, the second phase of EWS quota will be implemented in the admission process from the upcoming session. Under which 15 percent seats will be reserved for the students of EWS quota. It is known that DU has implemented the EWS quota since last year. Under which 10 percent seats were reserved.