Delhi University Helplines Opened; DUET Application Commences Soon

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Delhi University Helplines Opened; DUET Application Commences Soon

Delhi University has provided updates on Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2020 and also clarified on online registrations.

For students who wish to get clarification on online registrations can contact Delhi University officials from 10:00 PM till 5 PM, the details for which are provided below:

Course 

Email ID

Phone Number

Merit-Based Undergraduate Admissions 

undergraduate2020@admission.du.ac.in

9650232137

9582756236

7290806670

Entrance-Based PG Admissions

undergraduate2020@admission.du.ac.in

9149002539

9953634922

Postgraduate/ PhD/ MPhil Admissions

pg2020@admission.du.ac.in

9654450932

As students await applying for DUET 2020, an entrance exam for prestigious Delhi University, the online registration portal is yet not open.

Even though rumour had it that DU will open a registration portal from June 8, 2020, the university has asked to ignore such news as all notifications will be updated on the official portal of Delhi University. 

Arun Kumar Attree, a member of Delhi University standing committee responded to this news saying registration portals will be opened once the meeting of a standing committee is held. 

According to him, students will be informed regarding DU Admission 2020 registration dates within 10 days tentatively.

This year, registration will take place in 2 phases, first students have to register for admission and in the next, enter their marks.

Once the CBSE Class 12 results are out ten days will be provided following which a cutoff will be declared in a week’s time. 

The National Testing Agency (NTA) that conducts DUET will conduct this national level entrance examination for all courses from July 27-August 10, 2020. Students can check for updates from Delhi University Entrance Exam Notification Link

The registration process is expected to end a month before the exams begin. This is to allow NTA to prepare databases, admit cards and arrange facilities for its 21 exam centres across the country.