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DU 2016 Admissions: Instructions for admission process
Delhi University has put an official notification for admissions to undergraduate (UG) programmes based on merit for the academic year 2016. Careers360 brings you detailed instructions as shared by the University of Delhi for DU 2016 UG admissions.
DU revises admission dates; St. Stephen’s announces first cutoff
University of Delhi has revised dates for DU 2016 admission including announcement of cutoff for admission to different affiliated colleges. The last date for applications would be June 22, 2016 now. Further, the first cutoff for DU 2016 admission will now be announced on June 30. However, St. Steph..
Establish 24X7 admission helpline, UGC asks universities
University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked universities to establish a helpline to check different hurdles in the admission process as the new academic session is likely to commence from June-July. Check here to know more.
DU 2016 Admission goes completely online; application begins from June 1
University of Delhi (DU) has announced admission process in complete online mode including registration and applying for respective colleges of the University. DU 2016 admission aspirants can check here the highlights of the admission procedure.
Dr. Yogesh Tyagi appointed DU Vice Chancellor
Dr. Yogesh Tyagi has been appointed as the Vice Chancellor of University of Delhi as the tenure of Dr. Dinesh Singh ended on October 29, 2015. Dr. Tyagi who was the Dean and Professor of Faculty of Legal Studies at South Asian University will be joining DU VC office likely in a couple of days.
CIC directs Universities not to charge over Rs. 2 for answer sheet copy
The Central Information Commission (CIC) has directed the University Grants Commission (UGC), Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to make it mandatory for the Universities for fixing cost of getting copies of evaluated answer sheets @ ..
MHRD writes to President for action against DU VC; Rashtrapati Bhavan unconvinced
The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development has forwarded a file to the President of India, who is also the visitor of Central Universities, against the University of Delhi Vice Chancellor, Prof Dinesh Singh. Read here the complete news.
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