To help the disadvantageous students in preparing for the Post Graduate (PG) entrance test, the Delhi University (DU) has announced a summer school for the students who are coming from the disadvantageous section of the society.
Now, this is the second year in a row when university is organizing such classes for the students who come from economically weaker section of the society (EWS), SC, ST, OBC and persons with disability (PwD).
"This year, the university plans to hold free classes for PG entrance examinations in five disciplines: English, Law, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology. The duration of the classes will be about two weeks," the varsity said in a statement. The application for the 'DU Pre-Entrance Summer School 2017' can be downloaded from the DU's official site and submitted at the institute of life log learning (ILLL) at North Campus between May 31 and June 5 from 2 pm to 5 pm. The last day for submitting the form is June 6 and on this day the forms will be accepted between 10 am and 2 pm.
The university has made it clear that it won't be able to provide the facility to all the students and seats will be allocated to the students on first come first serve basis. From the selected students the university will charge a nominal fee of Rs 100.
Tentative dates for the commencement of classes are June 7 and June 9 and the online registration for the PG admissions will start from May 31.