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Delhi University releases admission schedule for 2013-14; first cut-off list on June 27

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  • Jun 06, 2013, 09:49 AM IST
Delhi University releases admission schedule for 2013-14; first cut-off list on June 27, delhi news in English

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New Delhi:The Delhi University has released its admission schedule for the academic session 2013-14.  According to this, the registration process will commence from June 5 to 19.
Admission forms will be available from and submitted at the colleges of the university from 9 in the morning to 1 in the afternoon.  
However online applications can be made round the clock. 
University sources said that it will come up with the first cut-off list on June 27 and in all,  5 cut-off lists will be released. 
After the lists are put up, candidates will have 3 days to deposit the fees, starting from the day on which the list had been released. Thus for instance, for the first cut-off list, fees can be deposited till June 29.  
The second cut-off list will be put up on July1 and students coming under this list can deposit fees till July 3. The third cut-off list will follow, on July 4 and fees for it can be submitted till July 6.The fourth list, will be out on July 8 and fees can be submitted till July 10. For the last cut-off list, which will be published on July 11, fees can be deposited till July 13.
The admission brochure brought out by the university has however been found to fall short of providing all the information that an applicant possibly needs, for instance  which colleges offer which courses and the eligiblity criteria for applying to them.
Furthermore the cut-offs of last year, which could have acted as reference points for the candidates, have not been mentioned.
The Dean of Student Welfare at the university, JM Khurana seemed helpless on this issue of the lack of vital details in the university's admission brochure. 


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