Delhi University has started the application correction process at du.ac.in from September 12, 2020. All such candidates who applied for admissions to UG programmes can enter their marks and make changes on the official website till October 5, 2020. Only after the final corrections made by the students, the cut-off list would be released.
DU is also mulling to release the first cut off solely after the improvement results for class 12 are announced.
The process is likely to start by the second week of October in accordance with the dean Shobha Bagai.
While talking to the reporters she said, “DU will begin admissions from the second week of October. We are waiting for the CBSE to come out with its results.”
DU registration concluded on August 31, 2020. This year, the university witnessed more than 5.62 lakh candidates, the highest number in the past three years, applying online for undergraduate courses in Delhi University.
Candidates would not be able to make any correction in gender, email ID, mobile number and category in the DU application form. The application correction facility for PG programmes is likely to be opened after the completion of UG exams. Check the application correction window details here.
NOTE: This edit option or correction process is just a one-time facility. After an applicant submits the form or after the edit window is closed, no more editing will be allowed. Applicants have to certain that they have all the updated certificates with them before they start making changes in the form.
Around 5,62,854 students have applied for undergraduate courses, out of which 3,52,839 have paid fees. Out of the total applicants, 2,22,210 belong to the unreserved, that is a general category, 69,595 are from other backward classes, OBC category, 42,259 are from scheduled castes, SC, 8,614 students are from scheduled tribes and 10,161 from the economically weaker section, EWS category.
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