New Delhi: Delhi University colleges online registrations for admission to undergraduate courses have caught the pace with offline registrations, with around 56,535 candidates have registered online while 59,756 candidates have submitted their OMR forms.
As per source, till Tuesday more than one lakh registrations have been marked. Around 1,16,291 candidates have applied for the four-year undergraduate programme, which the university is introducing from the 2013-14 academic session. This figure excludes the over 22,000 aspirants who have applied for the new Bachelor in Management Studies, to be launched across six colleges from this year.
DU has experienced huge rush within the first few day at the 18 designated centres for sale and submission of OMR forms. As per sources, the university has sold around 9,940 forms and received 12,469 forms on Tuesday only. The online applications has also crossed the one lakh mark on Tuesday as about 1,06,137 candidates made their accounts and 76, 487 students have completed the online form filling process.
According to a DU official, the registrations are expected to cross the two lakh marks this year for the first time. They also say that they are receiving overwhelming response to online applications. Gurpreet Singh Tuteja told in a statement that the last few days have been outstanding for the online registration process. This is a positive sign.