Delhi University 2015 Applications in numbers
Apratim Chatterjee, 16 Jun 2015, #DU



Delhi University 2015 Applications’
window closed on June 15 with as many as 343471 online registrations and a total of 59602 offline applications received for around 54000 undergraduate seats in 64 affiliated colleges of the Central University.

The DU 2015 Online Applications began on May 28 midnight itself. Dr. Malay Neerav, Joint Dean of Student Welfare said, “This year, the University has received a record of over 291651 applications for the three-year UG programmes which is higher than the last year of 279700. While the online registration and payment of applications fees were continued till midnight of June 15, the offline applications were received till 5:00 pm in the evening at eight designated centres across the city.”

“With such huge number of online applications as many as 320799 which also includes applications for B.Ed and BBA/BMS/BBE programme, we have been able to encourage the online registrations. However, within 10 days windows of offline mode, a total of 59602 candidates were able to apply successfully, for the UG programmes in DU,” added Dr. Neerav.

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The applications could be made in both modes online and offline for every college except for St. Stephen’s and Jesus and Mary. The application window of St. Stephen’s and Jesus and Mary College too ended on June 15. These two colleges affiliated to the University have their own admission process and separate application forms. As per the official reports, St. Stephen’s College received a total of 29672 applications this year for 11 UG programmes. Likewise every year the highest number of applications were received for Economics programmes, recorded as many as 5659.

 

Let us have a quick peek in the total number of applications for DU Admissions 2015

 

Offline Applications –




Online Applications




Gender-wise Applications – As many as 169731 male applicants have registered for DU 2015 Admissions besides a total of 122020 female applicants.



 

DU Application Numbers: 2015 Vs 2014



Top 10 preferred courses for DU 2015 Admissions - As per the official data of DU 2015 Admissions, BA (H) English was the most preferred course with as many as 90331 applications, followed by B.Com and B.Com (H) with 71505 and 68866 applications registered, respectively. B.Sc (H) Chemistry, B.Sc (H) Mathematics and BA (H) Economics were the other preferred courses.



 
Education Board-wise DU 2015 Applications - As per the official data of DU 2015 Admissions, as many as 218872 applicants belong to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), followed by Rajasthan and Bihar with 26693 and 12705 applicants, respectively.





The Delhi University colleges will be announcing their first cutoff list on June 25, 2015.

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