Delhi University 2017-18 Updates – Is India’s biggest University is suffering from Space?

Delhi University 2017-18: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class 12th exam results on May 28th Sunday. Now, the students are eagerly looking for their undergraduate degrees, colleges and universities. India’s biggest University has already started the registration process from May 22, Monday. As like the previous years, the university had received more applications for just 56,000 seats in various courses in the Undergraduate. While the online registration ends on June 12th Monday at 05:00 pm. Online registration is going on at the official website,

After the declaration of the Central Board examination, the sources said that there is no big changes in the cut-offs in this year. They are likely to be the same as last year. Because of the five states assembly polls and the marks moderations issues, the declaration of the CBSE 12th result delayed in this year 2017.

Every year, the DU facing the problem regarding the shortage of hostels and teaching staff. Whereas, the University consisted with the 86 academic departments, 66 colleges and five other recognised institutes.

Delhi University 2017-18 Updates – Is India’s biggest University is suffering from Space?

Though, check the procedures and important updates of the Delhi University 2017-18 admissions.

Delhi University 2017-18 Updates - Is India's biggest University is suffering from Space?

Even the teachers have several protests for the seeking regularisation to the university. But, there is no avail yet. As per the sources, the Delhi University has only 17 hostels with a capacity of 3,215, and one at University with a capacity of 630 for UG students. Please check the completed details once before admitting to this university.

Totally nine under graduation courses are available in this university. Check the official website, it may have any chances. They are Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis), BA (H) Business Economics, BA (H) Humanities and Social Sciences, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports, BA (H) Multimedia and Mass Communication, B.Tech (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations), and BA (H) Music.

DU issued a statement that on an average one student registers every 5 seconds online for undergraduate (merit-based) programmes. According to the report, nearly 80,000 applicants have already registered.

Important Dates of Delhi University 2017-18 admission

The announcement of the first cut-off list will be made on June 20, 2017. And the Document Verification for the approval of admission for the 1st list from June 20 to June 22.

The announcement of second cut-off mark list will be announced on June 24, 2017. The document verification for the admission will be started for the second list from June 24 to June 28.

The Third cut-off mark list announcement will be made on July 1 and the document verification starts from July 1 to 4.

The 4th cut-off marks list announcement is scheduled to announce on July 7 and the document verification should be made from July 7 to July 10.

The fifth cut-off list announced on July 13, 2017 and the document Verification starts from July 13 to July 15.

The final and the sixth cut-off list will announce on July 18 and the verification process of the documents for the admission will happen on July 18 and 19.

Important documents should carry for the verification

  • Class 10 mark sheet and certificates
  • Class 12 mark sheet and certificates
  • Transfer certificate
  • Character certificate
  • Photographs (carry both stamp size and passport size)
  • Caste certificate (if applicable)
  • Sports or other quota documents
  • Scanned copy of photograph and signature
  • Disability certificate (if any)

Updates on PG Programmes

Delhi University scraps Online entrance exam for M Phil, PhD and PG programmes. The standing committee in a meeting which held on May 19. In that meeting, they given approval for holding both online and offline exams for M Phil, PhD and PG programmes.

Stay tuned for the More latest updates!


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