BY : Kampuzz Team

Date : 08-06-2015

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DU Admissions: Online Vs Offline Application Process


Delhi University, one of the most prestigious universities of India is conducting admission process for its undergraduate programs. The online admission process had started on 28th May and the offline process has just started on 5th June. Over 2 lakhs students have been registered till now.

The students who wish to apply offline can visit any of the eight admission centers of DU and collect the application form against payment of admission fee (Rs. 100/- for general category students and Rs. 50/- for reserved category students). The eight admission centers are SGTB Khalsa College, Gargi College, Dayal Singh College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Rajdhani College, Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College, PG DAV College and Shyam Singh College. The students who want to apply through online process can go through the official website of the university i.e. http://www.du.ac.in/

Some students are still confused that which application process to choose. Kampuzz.com has compared these two processes which will be helpful for students to get a solution for their confusion.

  • Technical Issues: Various students have found issues while registering online. Sometimes the website crashed and sometimes other technical glitches happened and in this case they have found offline process to be more secure and reliable.
  • Convenience: Many of the students have found offline process to be more convenient as there are people to help them but the online process lacks it. While various students have said that online application is more convenient as they do not need to visit any admission center in this extremely hot weather to purchase or submit application form but can apply from their home.
  • Form Faults: Large number of North-Eastern Students has 12 digit roll numbers whereas the DU application form has only 11 blocks to fill the roll number. In the online application form, it cannot be changed but in the case of offline application, they can add extra block themselves.
  • Time Consumption: The offline process of application is more time consuming as compared to online process.
  • Availability: Many students who wish to apply may not reside in Delhi hence they find it difficult to visit the admission centers and collect the application form. For such students online application process is better option.

The students are informed that the last date of submission of duly filled application form is 15th June 2015 and the first cut-off will be announced on 25th June.

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