The Delhi University’s department of Adult, Continuing Education, and Extension established a Third Gender Resource Centre
Before Delhi University admission portal closes, more than three lakh students have registered for about 55,000 seats since May 15 in undergraduate courses — merit and entrance-based both. A total of 3,38,893 aspirants had registered on the portal till Tuesday afternoon. The registration process closes on June 7 at 5 p.m.
About 2,40,000 of these registrations were made for the merit-based course and rest for the entrance-based ones. There are a number of courses for which one is required to take an entrance test, such as B.A. (Hons) Business Economics, Bachelor of Management Studies, B.Tech, Five-year integrated journalism course, etc.
Of the total registrations, 1,53,754 were of male candidates and 1,31,381 of female candidates, while 80 registered as ‘others’. A DU official predicted the total registrations will overshoot last year’s figure. Last year about 3.3 lakh candidates registered for the merit-based courses, out of whom 2.2 lakh completed the registration process by making the payment.
Students will have to check cut-offs and apply to desired college accordingly as on the centralised site of Delhi University. The university is expecting 5 cut-offs but that may vary as per requirement.