Delhi University to hold Open Day session for girls only
New Delhi: With a motive to address the grievances of female students, the administration of Delhi University will be holding a separate "Open day session for female aspirants only". The Session will be held on June 8, in the second half, which is being completely addressed by the females' professors and experts from Delhi University.
Rasal Singh, Member, academic council said, "There are about two dozen girls' colleges in Delhi University, in addition to about 30 thousand students enrolled in NCWEB, keeping in mind the needs and facilities of all and their parents. This initiative has been initiated by the Delhi University. Certainly in this open session, they will be able to keep their questions, queries and problems more freely and comfortably. "
Moreover, over 2.39 lakh students have registered on the Delhi University's website for admissions in undergraduate courses till Thursday, the varsity said. The university started registrations on May 30 for undergraduate courses and the admission process will end on June 14.
The first cut-off list is likely to be released on June 20, second on June 25 and the third to be released on June 29. The fourth and fifth cut-off lists will be out on July 4 and July 9 respectively. Till now, 2,39,692 students have registered and 1,35,730 have made payments, the varsity said.
Out of the total number of registrations, 85,346 aspirants are from the unreserved category, 24,284 from other backward classes, 19,438 from scheduled castes, 3,984 from scheduled tribes and 2,683 from the economically weaker section (EWS), it said.
On Thursday, the Delhi University organised its open day session at Maharaja Agrasen College where student asked questions about how they have to procure the EWS certificate. They were told by the officials that an acknowledgment receipt from the government authorities would suffice for now.
From the day the open days started on May 31, admission officials have been flooded with queries about how one gets EWS certificate or how the government officials were unaware about it. Delhi government had said that they have notified various SDMs, who have to issue the certificates about the issue.
This year, the varsity has effected a 10 per cent increase in seats for the EWS and there will be a rise of close to 6,000 seats, taking the total number of seats for undergraduate courses to 62,000.