As expected, the number of DU applicants has surpassed everyone's expectations. While the offline enrolment is yet to open for the 54,000 seats, Delhi University has gotten more than one lakh online applications for admission to different college classes offered by the head organization.
"The aggregate number of candidates who enrolled online till 5.30pm on Saturday is 1,13,278 of which 52,479 have paid," said Malay Neerav, joint dignitary of understudy welfare.
The online enrolments, which opened on May 28 and will proceed till June 15, on Saturday incorporated 36,118 applications by general category students, 10,493 from OBC, 4,799 belonging to scheduled castes, 987 from scheduled tribes and 110 PWD (persons with disability) candidates, he said.
No specialized glitches were accounted for amid the procedure, Neerav included.
The college's preadmission directing session 'open-days', which should close on Saturday, was not held in perspective of DU's 92nd conference.
The last session will now be hung on June 1 at the gathering focus in college's North Campus.
Incorporated optical imprint acknowledgment (OMR) structures are accessible on the college site "” www.du.ac.in "” and understudies will need to make the payment through online banking.
The expense for general class understudies is Rs 100 though for held classification understudies the confirmation structure will cost Rs 50.
The online enrolment procedure will proceed till June 15 while logged off structures will be acknowledged at the nine enlistment focuses (schools) from June 5 to June 15.
The eight enlistment centres where offline forms will be acknowledged are Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College, Dyal Singh College, Gargi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, PG DAV College, Rajdhani College, Shyam Singh College and SGTB Khalsa College.
The principal cut-off rundown will be discharged by DU on June 25. There will be an aggregate of seven cut-off declarations. Further cut-off declarations will be made relying upon accessibility of seats, college authorities said.