DU Application Form 2019 - The University of Delhi had started the application form of DU 2019 on May 30 in online mode at ug.du.ac.in. Aspirants, who filled the DU 2019 Application Form, were made sure to register and complete the admission form by June 22, 2019. Previously, the end date to fill the form was June 14, 2019. Candidates were made sure to fill their personal, academic and contact details in the DU Application Form and upload a photograph and signature as well as other requisite documents. The candidates needed to enter the marks of qualifying exam in DU Admission Form, which must be calculated using the ‘Best of Four’ system.
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As much as 1,09,507 candidates did not pay for the DU registration process. As presented in the DU official website, a total number of 3,67,895 candidates got themselves registered, out of which only 2,58,388 candidates paid for it.
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Online registration starts
May 30, 2019
Last date of online application submission
June 22, 2019 (Closed)
Passport size photograph (10-50 kb in size for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format)
Scanned image of the signature (10-50 kb in size for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format)
Self-attested Class X certificate/mark sheet (100-500 kb in size for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format).
Self-attested copy of Class XII mark sheet. In case the Marksheet has not been issued by the Board, a self-attested copy of the Marksheet downloaded from the respective Board’s website should be uploaded. (100-500 kb in size for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format).
Self-attested copy of SC/ST/OBC/PWD/KM/CW valid certificate (100-500 kb in size for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format).
OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) issued on or after March 31, 2019. The OBC caste must be included in Central list issued by the Government of India. (100-500 kb for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format)
EWS Certificate issued by SDM certifying the applicant can claim reservation under this category, dated March 31, 2019, or later. (100-500 kb in size for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format)
Self-attested copies of Sports/ECA certificates (100-500 kb in size per document for upload in jpg/jpeg/png format), if applying under these categories.
Candidates can follow the given below steps to complete the application form of DU 2019 -
Step 1. Visit the official website at du.ac.in/ug-ad.html
Step 2. Click on the ‘New Applicant Signup’ tab to start DU registration process
Step 3. To create the new user account click on the ‘New Registration’ link
Step 4. On the ‘Create New Account’ page enter all the details in the fields marked with a (*)
Step 5. Enter active/valid email ID and mobile number.
Step 6. Select a security question and its answer to help you revive the registered account if forgotten.
Step 7. Create a password with a minimum of eight characters.
Step 8. Click on the ‘Register’ option given at the bottom
Step 9. A confirmation notification will be received by the candidates.
Step 10. Click on the ‘Continue to homepage’ tab to continue with Delhi University 2019 application form.
Step 1: After the successful process of registration, click on the ‘Registered candidates Sign in’
Step 2: Enter the Username and Password allotted by the university
Step 3: Click on ‘Login’
Step 1: The candidates were needed to fill the following details in the Delhi University admission form 2019-20.
Date of Birth
Aadhar Card Number
Other Category/Quota (Kashmiri Migrant (KM), Children/Widow of Armed Forces Personnel (CW), Person with Disability (PWD) and the Ward Quota)
Roll Number as in the Class 12 examination Admit Card
Year of Passing
Status of Results
Step 2: Course Selection
Merit-based Course Selection in DU
Here candidates could select the programmes they wished to apply for. In case candidates wanted to check the eligibility of the programme they can click on ‘i’. Candidates can select any number of programmes. If the candidate applying is a female they will be considered under the NCWEB category.
The entrance-based course selection in DU
If a programme that a candidate wishes to apply for is entrance based he/she can select the programme under this section. Candidate can select as many programmes as possible.
Step 3: Sports and ECA
Select 'yes' if applying under the ECA/Sports category.
Sports candidates will choose the game/sport in which they have excelled and provide all the details and certificates asked for.
ECA candidates also need to choose the event in which they have excelled.
Click on the submit button and click on ‘Next’ to move on to the next session
Here candidates are required to upload the scanned images of the following documents
Self-attested Class X certificate/Mark sheet containing Date of Birth
Self-attested Class XII Mark sheet
Self-attested copy of the valid OBC/SC/ST/PWD/KM/CW certificates, if applicable.
Self-attested copy of the Sports/ECA certificates, if applicable
Scanned images of passport sized photograph
Scanned image of the signature
(Note: In case the mark sheet is not issued by the Board, the self-attested copy of the Mark Sheet downloaded from the respective Board's website should be uploaded.)
Candidates can pay Delhi University application form fee in various Online Modes.
Modes of Payment: Debit Card, Credit Card and Net Banking.
Delhi University admission form fees vary depending upon the category of the candidates.
Candidates will not be charged an extra fee if he/she applies for more than one course.
University of Delhi application fee is non-refundable.
Fee (in INR)
Registration fee for UR/ OBC
Registration fee for SC/ST/ PwD
Registration fee for Sports
100 (Additional Non-Refundable)
Registration fee for ECA
100 (Additional, Non-refundable)
The candidates were made sure to check the eligibility criteria of DU 2019 before filling the application form for DU admission 2019. The eligibility criteria contain certain marks/degree that is expected to be acquired/possessed by the candidates who are seeking admission in DU 2019. As per the official notification, the university expects the candidates to qualify their XII (10+ 2) standard recognized by Central Board of Secondary Education or any other examination recognized as equivalent.
The candidates must have passed out the qualifying examination with the minimum passing marks specified for each of the programmes in subsequent sections.
Candidates, who applied for both the Merit and Entrance based programmes, needed to fill only a single Delhi University Admission form 2019.
Candidates belonging to the CBSE board needed to enter the roll number of their qualifying class 12 examination in Delhi University admission form 2019 and their 'Best of four marks' were calculated automatically.
Candidates, who applied under the sports ECA quota, needed to upload three certificates while filling the DU admission form 2019 for UG.
The entrance based programmes are not available for candidates who wish to apply through the Sports/ECA, DU Ward Quota and the Kashmiri Migrant category.
In order to calculate the ‘Best of Four’ aggregate marks for DU 2019 admission, the candidates must have four subjects as follows:
1 language subject (can be core/elective/functional)
1 subject in which the admission is being sought after
2 academic/elective subjects
The process of calculating the 'Best of Four' aggregate marks will be different for different streams (Arts, Science, Arts) and courses. However, the language subject will remain the same.
No, the DU 2019 application form was available in online mode only.
No, once the window for the application form of University of Delhi 2019 was closed candidates were not able to apply.
Candidates could apply for multiple programmes in a single DU application form 2019.
No, once University of Delhi application form 2019 had been submitted online there was no need to send the printed copy to the university.
The university had increased the registration fee for the candidates this year. The candidates belonging to General/OBC categories had to pay Rs. 250, instead of paying Rs. 150. Candidates belonging to SC/ST had to pay Rs. 150.
Yes, the university will, most probably, allow the candidates to edit and will be introducing a correction window for the admission form of University of Delhi 2019, in a first. However, the candidates will have to pay Rs. 100 for every change being made.
The university will provide a secure gateway to the candidates while remitting the DU admission fee online via Debit card/Credit card/Net banking.
Candidates need to visit the DU candidate login page where they can edit the information by clicking on the 'edit' button. The option will be available at the end of the page until the online registration portal is open and the fee is not submitted.
Yes, the candidate can apply for admission in DU UG programmes.
Candidates needed to register themselves on the DU admission portal and fill the details in the application form. The step by step process is given above in this article.
Except for St. Stephen's College and Jesus and Mary College, all the affiliated colleges of Delhi University have a common application form window.
No, once the application fee is submitted, it is not possible to make any kind of update or change the filled details.
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