DU Admission, Up to 25 candidates can apply for admission in DU’s Masters courses, these are the conditions

DU Admission 2024
DU Admission 2024

Delhi University: Delhi University (DU) is going to offer admission in more than 80 Masters subjects this year. The last date to apply for admission is 25th May. In the webinar organized by DU on Monday, DU Dean Admission Prof. Haneet Gandhi shared information with the students. Students also asked questions about this on DU’s YouTube channel. Prof. Haneet Gandhi said that students should give priority to as many courses and colleges as possible for Masters. It is known that apart from DU North and South Campus, PG degree is taught in some colleges and Gwaire Hall.

It was told in the webinar that the candidates who have not filled the option of Delhi University while giving CUET can also register in the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS), the second phase of PG admission process on behalf of DU, but without CUET, PG Cannot be admitted.

Incorrect form will not be accepted

Pro. Gandhi has clarified that students should fill only the information filled in the CUET form in the CSAS form. If the form is filled incorrectly, it will not be valid. Along with regular colleges, NCWeb girl students will have to provide residence certificate of Delhi. Candidates can get any information related to admission from pgadmission.uod.ac.in.

‘Decide on the petition to give admission to EWS,

The Delhi High Court on Monday asked Jamia Millia Islamia to act as representation on a PIL seeking admission of students from OBC (non-creamy layer) category and Economically Weaker Section (EWS) in its residential coaching. Take a decision. The petitioner said that RCA, which is a free coaching program for civil services aspirants, is giving its benefits only to women and minority or SC, ST communities. At the same time, other deprived categories have been arbitrarily excluded from it.

A bench of Acting Chief Justice Manmohan Singh and Manmeet PS Arora observed that the petitioner, law student Satyam Singh, had approached the court directly without any prior representation. On this, the bench asked the university to take a decision considering the issue raised in the PIL as a representation. The present writ petition is being disposed of with directions to JMI to treat it as a representation and take a decision in four weeks as per law, the bench said.