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Technical glitches continue at Delhi University online portal

New Delhi: Despite several attempts to conduct the hassle-free online admission for the Delhi University, the applicants continue to face the trouble due to technical issues five days after the applications were out.

While, the varsity has allowed the undergraduate applications to edit their application form only once, but several students come up that link is not working, meanwhile, the online calculator is not working as per the promises.

Several aspirants complained that the integration with CBSE was trouble some, with automated feed picking the four subjects randomly.

However, they have received reassurance from the admission committee that malfunction would be corrected in a day or two and the issue relating to the subjects and editing will be sorted soon.

" I was unable to make changes in the form, so I was waiting for the link to get active", said an applicant, from Merrut.

In another instance, the students complained that the in-built calculator that has been develop to guide the students about their eligibility for their respective courses and colleges is also not working appropriately.

"The registration portal neither calculates any marks for the best four subjects nor for any other purpose. Only the marks on a pro-rata basis are being displayed. However, the eligibility check tools will implement at the time of admission," the DU website stated.

The University of Delhi kept deferring the admission process in order to design a "user-friendly and hassle-free" online portal, despite that, the applicants continue to face trouble due to technical glitches four days after the applications were out.

While the university, in its bulletin, has allowed the undergraduate applicants to edit their application form once, several worried students came for the open day session at the varsity's North Campus to raise their issues that they were unable to edit their application forms.

The DU portal will be open till June 14 and the first cut off will be out by June 20.

The candidates can attend the open-day sessions along with their parents to understand the admission process on June 8 at the conference center at the North Campus.

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