No need to rush as the policy of first-come-first-served has been done away with
For those making the cut for admissions into Delhi University in the first list itself, there are a number of things to be kept in mind before venturing out. First of all, there is no need to rush as each college will have to admit any student meeting its cut-off -- no policy of first-come-first-served anymore, so no need to camp for hours outside any college before it opens. However, always keep in mind that you have only three days within which to complete your admissions before the next list is out.
Admissions will open at every college at 9 a.m. and will continue up to 1 p.m. from Tuesday to Thursday. On the other hand, evening colleges will open its admission windows from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., also starting on Tuesday and ending on Thursday. There will be no extension.
Also a pre-requisite for admissions at every colleges are documents like Class X Board exam certificate , Class X mark sheet , Class XII mark sheet , Class XII provisional certificate or original certificate, character certificate (recent) , OBC (non-creamy layer) certificate in the name of the student getting admitted, at least two passport size self-attested photographs and a transfer certificate from the school or college as well as a migration certificate from the board or university is required from those students who have passed the senior secondary exams from outside Delhi.
Also keep in mind that once you have taken admissions into one college, you will not be able to admit yourself into any other college or course before you cancel your admissions in the first college. If you happen to have the course and college of your choice in the second list, but have already taken admission in some other college through the first list, then please cancel your admissions first before seeking admissions for the second time because if you happen to simultaneously take admissions in two colleges, then there is the danger of both admissions getting cancelled. Rest assured, your admissions will be cancelled immediately after you apply, and you will get your certificates almost immediately but the refund of your fees might take up to a month.
The second list is slated to be out on Friday and admissions will begin at 9 a.m and remain open till Monday, July 2. The admissions will be closed on Sunday. Evening colleges will open its admission windows from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., also starting on Friday and ending on Monday, with a holiday on Sunday.
The third list will follow on July 3 and admissions will also start and will continue up to July 5 with the same timings. The fourth list will be out on July 6, only if there remain unfulfilled seats and will continue up to July 9 with the same timings and the Sunday falling in-between remaining a holiday.
The schedule for SC/ST candidates and those falling under the physically challenged candidates quota is different. The first list for SC/ST will be displayed at the Arts Faculty in the North Campus, irrespective of where the registrations have taken place and these candidates will have to collect admission slips from this centre, which will start issuing them at 10 a.m., before proceeding to the college to take admissions. The Physically Challenged Candidates list will be out at the Dean Students’ Welfare office at 10 a.m. and even will have to collect admissions slips before proceeding to any college.
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