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DU Admissions 2016: Application Deadline Extended to June 22

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The deadline for registration for admissions at Delhi University for its undergraduate courses has been extended. The last date for registration at the DU is June 22, 2016. The application process was supposed to conclude on Sunday, June 20, 2016.

The extension of the application dates by the Delhi University has been done due to requests for the same from various quarters.

"The online registration for the candidates applying for undergraduate courses shall continue till 5 pm on June 22. However, those candidates who have confirmed their registration till then shall be permitted to pay the fee till midnight," a senior university official said.

Until June 19, 2016, the university has received around 3.4lakh applications for the 60,000 seats offered at the various undergraduate colleges affiliated to the DU.

"Total number of registrations till 6 pm today were 3,41,700, of which 2,31,586, have already paid the fee," the official said.

DU Admissions 2016: Application Deadline Extended

"The number of female applicants is 1,12,371 while the number of male applicants is 1,19,204. Eleven candidates from others category and 1,118 from PWD category have also submitted applications," he added.

This year, the application process of the Delhi University has gone completely online unlike the previous years where the registration process used to happen both online and offline. The registration process for the various undergraduate courses offered at the Delhi University began on June 1, 2016.

The admission process at St Stephen's college differs in various ways from the registration process at other colleges affiliated to the Delhi University. Until the last year, the college followed the same schedule for registration and admissions as the other colleges. But this year, we find a few important differences in the admission process at the St Stephen's College. If you are applying to the prestigious Stephen's college, read here to know more about the differences.

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