Q. Will there be any disadvantage for gap year students?
A. No, there is no disadvantage to gap year students and they will be treated at par with regular students. They should meet the requisite course-specific criteria for admission and must possess the necessary documents/certificates.
Q. I did not have Mathematics in Class XII. Can I opt for Economics (Hons.) or B.Com. (Hons.)?
A. No, you cannot opt for Economics (Hons.) or B. Com. (Hons.) without having studied Mathematics in Class XII.
Q. Can I take admission in two different courses or the same course in different colleges after declaration of a cut off?
A. No, you cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or the same course in different colleges. In case you take admission at two places, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses
Q. Is there a way to apply for admission offline?
A. No, there’s no offline form/method. You have to apply through the centralized online Admission Portal http://admission.du.ac.in/.
Q. What should I do if I filled an incorrect email address while registering?
A. You have to register again with the correct email address to fill the registration form.
Q. Can I register in multiple courses in an online form?
A. You can register in multiple courses by choosing all the courses that you wish to apply through a single online registration form.
Q. I forgot the email account that I created to use during my registration process. What should I do?
A. Your email address will be your login id during the registration process. It is absolutely necessary that you remember your email address, without which we will not be able to help you.
Q. How can I pay the registration fee on DU UG Portal?
A. Payment is accepted online only through Credit card/Debit card/Net Banking/UPI. Make sure that you pay only through the payment link provided in the Admissions Portal.
Q. Will the applicants be given admission on a first-come, first serve policy after declaration of cut-offs?
A. Admissions in the colleges are not based on first come first serve policy. Instead, the applicant who has filled the online registration form and satisfies the criteria and cut-off for a particular course in a particular college will be considered for admission as per the schedule of admission specified.
Q. Is it important to have caste or tribe certificate in the name of the applicant?
A. Yes, if you are applying under any reserved category, then you must have the relevant reservation certificate issued by the competent authority, in the name of applicant. The OBC certificate must also specify that applicant belongs to non-creamy layer and the caste is listed in the Central Government list.