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Delhi University admission 2020: Registration for entry to close today – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The registration for admission to Delhi University ends at 5pm on Monday. The university, however, has clarified that the aspirants who were awaiting their marksheets and other certificates for admissions to undergraduate courses would get an opportunity later to upload the same.

“Applicants whose qualifying examination is yet to be held or who are required to upload their marksheet/certificates are hereby informed that the university will give them sufficient time to do so even after the registration is closed,” the notification said. These are mostly for students awaiting their re-evaluation results, while a few await their OBC and EWS certificates.

The registration dates for undergraduate courses in 63 colleges were extended after DU was directed to conduct admission for extracurricular activities. The university had decided not to hold ECA admissions due to Covid-19. The admission under the category this year would be based on the best three certificates.

The portal will reopen sometime in the second/third week of September, DU said, adding that it has so far received 3,48,412 applications for about 63,000 seats.

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