The Delhi University on Tuesday held its first Open Day for postgraduate students, to make them familiar with the admission process. PG registrations began on July 26, and will go on till August 21.
University authorities said they had received 4,500 visitors within 15 minutes on the DU admission website on Monday, when it went live. The admission process is being held completely online for the second year in a row.
At the virtual Open Day livestream on Facebook, Dean Admissions Pinki Sharma said that while many details in the registration form would be allowed to be modified, some would not. “Once the form has been submitted, no applicant will be allowed to change their gender, category (caste) and bank details on the form. Please keep this in mind before you submit your forms,” she said. She also said that “non-compliance” with documents required for admission could lead to admissions being cancelled. “If documents are found fake, admission can be cancelled at any stage. Legal action can also be taken against those candidates.”
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