New Delhi: Delhi University has advised students filling the undergraduate admission forms to fill the actual marks obtained in their board exams and not to deduct or add marks.
As per the admission guidelines, this year the university has notified that if a student, who has not studied a particular subject in class 12 but wants to study the subject then there would be a deduction of two percent from the aggregate of best-four subjects.
In the case of students who studied elective English, they would have an advantage of two percent.
"We strictly want to inform the students to fill in the actual marks obtained and leave it to colleges to deduct or add marks," said Malay Neerav, DU joint dean students welfare (DSW).
Besides, the university informed students to fill in the names of all five subjects they have studied in the optical mark recognition (OMR) forms.
"The students should fill in all five subjects. They need worry because the marks that will be taken into account will be of the best-four," said Neerav.
The admission to DU's four-year undergraduate courses begin from 02nd June 2014.
Observers at DU to oversee admission process:
Delhi University will appoint 'university observers' so that the undergraduate admission process is carried out without any hindrance, officials said Wednesday.
"The admission assistance and monitoring committee has decided to appoint university observers who will visit various colleges during admission and oversee the process," said Malay Neerav, the university's dean of students' welfare and media coordinator.
The observers will be university teachers who will also supervise the admission process.