The admissions for Delhi University (DU)  will commence today May 28. Lakhs of students from all over the country are expected to fill the forms of Delhi University. There are about 54000 seats available for the students. In order to register for the Delhi University at the official website  Candidates will need to enter their e-mail id, mobile number and password according to the website candidates are required to ensure that there are no errors in the registration process. Also Read - UPSC Recruitment 2021: Applications Invited for Various Posts, Here's How You Can Apply

After submitting these details the students will be required to enter their exam board, year of passing, status of results, board roll number and subjects taken in board examination among other details. The students have to fill in the status of their result and the subjects which they have selected. The students will be then required to submit all the details like the course they intend to pursue and submit the form of Delhi University. It is important for candidates to note that they can select select any number of courses according to the list  provided at DU official website . (READ: Delhi University/ DU first priority for ISC, CBSE Class 12 students) Also Read - Beyond The Call Of Duty: Police Station in Aurangabad Holds English Classes For Slum Children

The online registration process will continue from May 28 to June 15 while offline forms will be accepted at the registration centres from June 5 to June 15. The first cut-off list is expected to come out on June 25. Last year, the university’s website had crashed on the first day of the admission process and the students had to flock to the offline registration centres. The Centralised Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) forms will be available on Delhi University’s website and students will have to make the payment through Internet banking. Also Read - Operation Smile: Indore Cop Turns Teacher For Slum Children Who Couldn't Attend Online Classes Due to Pandemic

Delhi University recently decided that there will  be no stream-wise cut offs like previous years. This has been decided to ensure a uniform admission process to avoid any disadvantage to students on basis of their streams.