In oder to make the admission process easier and accessible for students from outside Delhi, the University of Delhi has set up five centres outside the city.
Candidates, who are aspiring to pursue post-graduation can now take the entrance test in their hometown.
According to reports, "An 18-member standing committee has been constituted by the vice chancellor for setting up of 5 examination centres outside Delhi"."The centres are likely to be established in major cities or towns near to universities, from where it receives major chunk of applications," a committee member said.
While registration process for 66 postgraduate courses has also been delayed as the committee is working on this plan.
"The feasibility of the new experiment required to be worked out before going ahead with the scheme. Plan is also being chalked out to make the admission process more centralised unlike previous years, when departments were responsible for conducting their own entrances and set question papers for the same," the member added.
Once the vice chancellor receives the final report, the schedule for the admissions will be announced.
Application Procedure for students from other universities:
- Students outside Delhi University, who wish to pursue higher education in DU should check the following application procedure:
- Students have to fill a common application form according to central registration process
- Student who has completed his undergraduate from Delhi University will be offered with 50 direct seats from the varsity
- Students from different university who pursued their undergraduate other than DU will be asked to appear for an entrance exam, which will be by an interview
- In order to get the admission in the Delhi University, students must have scored the minimum marks in their Bachelor's degree course
- There no prescribed age limit to apply for the course unless the student is applying for a professional course affiliated by regulatory authorities like Medical Council of India or Bar Council of India.