DU 2021 Admission: Over 2.29 lakh of CBSE Class 12 students register for UG courses
The University of Delhi has closed the online registration process for admission to DU 2021 for admission to various undergraduate courses. According to official data, more than 2.87 lakh students applied for Delhi University (DU) undergraduate course. Last year, a total of 3.53 lakh requests were received by the university.
On Tuesday, a total of 4,386,696 candidates registered for the nearly 70,000 seats in the university’s 63 colleges. Of the total number of applications, 2 87 227 are paid registrations which will be taken into account for admission to courses at the UG.
The online registration process for the DU UG Admission 2021 took place from August 2 to 31.
The DU receives the maximum number of applications from CBSE students:
In addition, over 2.29 lakh applicants come from schools affiliated with the CBSE, followed by the Board of School Education Haryana (9,918), the Council for the Indian School Certification Examination (9,659) and the UP Board of High School. and Intermediate Education (8,007), as reported by PTI.
While 1,65,574 belong to the unreserved category, up to 1,21,641 belong to the reserved category – including other backward classes (62,880), economically weaker sections (13,829) and listed castes ( 36,842), he showed.
Most applications received from Delhi:
Additionally, the university has the highest number of applicants from Delhi (1,15,928), followed by Uttar Pradesh (55,617), Haryana (37,743), Bihar (16,704) and Rajasthan. (11 562). In the unqualified category, 94,921 female applicants applied for undergraduate courses against 70,653 male applicants and three in the “other” category.
Additionally, DU is expected to release its first cutoff list on October 1. All applicants are encouraged to keep a close watch on the official DU website for the latest updates on admission and the deadline for the academic starting session.
(With PTI input)
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