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Online Process Leaves DU Aspirants Anxious on Day 1 of Admissions

Delhi University on Wednesday released its first cut-off for the academic session 2016-17.

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Students standing outside Ramjas College for admissions in Delhi on Thursday, 30 June 2016. (Photo: <b>The Quint</b>)
Snapshot
  • Delhi University released the first cut-off list on Wednesday, 29 June.
  • Highest cut-off in the list is 99.25 percent for BCom (Hons) in Ramjas College.
  • Online registration procedure started on 1 June, although a large number of students were confused on the first day of the admission.
3:15 PM , 30 Jun

DU Beat Editor Explains Registration Problem

The editor of a campus magazine named DU Beat, Shubham Kaushik, says that the admission process did not draw the expected crowd in person as people tried to access the online portal for registration.

However, the portal was dysfunctional right from the beginning, confusing the students and parents.

1:16 PM , 30 Jun

Students Protest Against High Cut-off

A student organistaion named Krantikari Yuva Sanghathan (KYS) is protesting against the high cut-off set by the Delhi University. Speaking to The Quint, one of the protesters blamed the government, political parties, and the Vice Chancellors of the university.

The only solution to increasing number of students, he said, is increasing the number of applications.

12:11 PM , 30 Jun
11:31 AM , 30 Jun

The students are waiting for the admissions portal on the Delhi University website to open. Once the portal is active, the students will have to print their forms which is possible only after online registration.

Students stand around the Ramjas College in Delhi on thursday, 30 June 2016. (Photo: <b>The Quint</b>)
Students stand around the Ramjas College in Delhi on thursday, 30 June 2016. (Photo: The Quint)

During any major academic happenings on campus, the photocopiers and printers around the colleges have a field day.

Students line-up  around photocopy shops near the Ramjas College in Delhi on thursday, 30 June 2016. (Photo: <b>The Quint</b>)
Students line-up around photocopy shops near the Ramjas College in Delhi on thursday, 30 June 2016. (Photo: The Quint)

Published: 30 Jun 2016, 9:52 AM IST
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