Delhi University Decides to Not Deduct Percentage for Changing Stream, Admission Process to Be Online

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Delhi University Decides to Not Deduct Percentage for Changing Stream, Admission Process to Be Online

Delhi University has started its registration process for admission with few changes while assuring them that the process will go smoothly. 

This year Delhi University has decided that the whole process of admission will be done online in view of the current situation.

Among the changes made this year, the university has decided to not deduct 5% marks from students who have altered their stream to apply for the BA Courses

According to Shobha Bagai, this principle was formed on the trust that some students of science do score more compared to students of humanities, and they do put up a significant portion of seats in the programs of BA that are intended for the students of humanities.

However, as every inspection is becoming interdisciplinary, this law no longer holds any base. She also said that they wish to make the whole procedure of admission smooth, for which they have proposed colleges to keep the marks intact. 

Furthermore, Delhi University has also decided that there will be a single form for the purpose of admission and every affiliated college will have to follow this. Following this, students won’t confine their selections by selecting a specific college or course.

For students who hope to get admission to the music courses will be required to upload their videos, Following which a panel will access these videos and students will not be needed to remain present for trials.

However, admissions to ECA would be allowed to NSS and NCC followers only. Students who earlier took the admission in the quota of sports would be chosen based on awards and examinations in place of a trial.

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