Delhi University to hold Open Days from May 21
Apratim Chatterjee, 03 Jun 2014, #DU

Delhi University to hold Open Days from May 21 – University of Delhi shall be holding Open Days prior to Delhi University Admissions 2014 from May 21, 2014. The 9 days long schedule this year shall end on May 30, 2014. This year the Open Days shall be held at two locations, Conference Centre, North Campus and SP Jain Centre, South Campus.

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The central university every year holds these open days in interest of the Delhi University aspirants and parents who wish to take admissions in the colleges of DU.

For any queries and doubt, call Delhi University Admissions 2014 Helpline @ 011-40360360

The varsity has released the scheduled of the Open Days. Find the schedule for the same below in this page.

Click here to view Delhi University 2014 Admission Dates

The Delhi University 2014 Admission aspirants and their parents can visit the venue as per the schedule and can clarify their doubts and confusion and any uncertainty regarding the admission procedures of the current academic session.

The Open Days in North Campus have been scheduled for May 21 and May 22 and again between May 26 and May 30. While those who wish to visit South Campus need to go on May 23 and May 24.

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The timings for all these days are same, i.e. 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Find the schedule of Delhi University 2014 Admission Open Days

Date

Venue

Guests

May 21, 2014

Conference Centre, North Campus

Prof. SudhishPachauri (Pro-Vice-Chancellor), Prof. J.M.Khurana (Dean Students’ Welfare), Prof. Ajay Kumar (Dean, Research & HOD, Math),  Dr. Jaswinder Singh (Principal, SGTB Khalsa College), Prof. Amitabha Mukherjee (HOD, Physics), Dr. V.K. Kwatra (Principal, Hansraj College), Dr. S.P. Aggarwal (Principal, Ramanujan College)

May 22, 2014

Conference Centre, North Campus

Prof. Malashri Lal (Dean, Colleges), Dr. Neelima (HOD, Computer Science), Dr. Poonam Verma (Principal, SSCBS), Dr. Savithri Singh (Principal, ANDC),  Dr. B.Moitra Shroff (Principal, IP College), Dr. Sunil Sondhi (Principal, Maharaja Agrasen College), Prof T R Seshadri ( Physics)

May 23, 2014

SP Jain Centre, South Campus

Prof. Umesh Rai (Director, UDSC), Dr. I.S.Bakshi (Principal, Dyal Singh College), Dr. Hemlata Reddy (Principal, Venkateshwara College), Dr. Shashi Tyagi (Principal, Gargi College), Dr. Inderjeet Dagar (Principal, CVS), Dr. Meenakshi Gopinath (Principal, LSR)

May 24, 2014

SP Jain Centre, South Campus

Prof. Avinashi Kapoor (Joint Dean Students Welfare), Dr. Gyantosh Jha (Principal, ARSD College), Dr. Vijay Lakshmi Pandit (Principal, Rajdhani College), Dr. Ajay Arora (Principal, Deshbandhu College), Dr. Purabi  Saikia (Principal, Bhagini Nivedita College), Dr. Minoti  Chatterjee (Principal, Kamala Nehru College)

May 26, 2014

Conference Centre, North Campus

Prof. Satwanti Kapoor (Proctor), Dr. Savithri Singh (Principal, ANDC), Dr. Shashi Nijhawan (Principal, Shivaji College),  Dr. Praduman Kumar (Principal, Hindu College), Dr. Manmohan Kaur (Principal, SGND Khalsa College), Prof Anupurani ( Physics)

May 27, 2014

Conference Centre, North Campus

 J.M.Khurana (Dean Students’ Welfare), Dr Anju Gupta (Director, NCWEB), Dr. P.K.Khurana (Principal, SBSC),  Dr. Kalpana Barara (Principal, Aditi Mahavidyala), Dr. Anula Maurya(Principal, Kalindi College)

May 28, 2014

Conference Centre, North Campus

Prof. J.P. Sharma (HOD, Commerce), Prof. Aditya Bhattacharya (HOD, Economics), Prof. Ramesh Gautam (Director, ILLL), Dr. P.C.Jain (Principal, SRCC), Prof. Rama Mathews (Dean, Education)

May 29, 2014

Conference Centre, North Campus

Prof.H. S.Prasad (Dean, Arts Faulty), Dr. J.B.Singh (Principal, SGGSCC), Dr. S.K. Garg (Principal, DDU College), Prof. M.M. Chaturvedi (Director, CIC), Prof. Sreemati Chakarbarti (HOD, East Asian Studies), Prof. C.S. Dubey (Director, COL),Prof. Anand Prakash (Dean, International)

May 30, 2014

Conference Centre, North Campus

Prof. S.C.Batla (HOD, Botany), Prof. Rashmi Joshi (HOD, SFUS), Dr. Pratibha Jolly (Principal, Miranda House), Dr. Aslam Parvaiz (Principal , Zakir Husain College), Prof. Uma Garg (Dean & HOD, Music Faculty)

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