Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh on Monday assured that the academic calendar disrupted for the last three years due to COVID-19 will be back on track from the next academic year.
He said the university would also do a “manthan” to fill all the 70,000 seats in the colleges. Last year around five thousand seats remained vacant.
Delhi University on Monday launched its admission website for the academic year 2023-2024. In the past three years, students and teachers have raised concerns about the academic calendar, especially when there was no break between semesters.
The first semester usually starts in mid-July. However, the pandemic forced the university to cut short the semester without any mid-semester break. In the last academic year, the semester begins in November and the admission process was extended as the first edition of Common University Entrance Test for UG admission was conducted between July and August.
“We have launched the official website of the academic session. This year, we are confident that the academic calendar, which has been disrupted for the last three years, COVID-19Will be on track for the upcoming academic year,” PTI quoted Singh as saying.
“The UGC has also released the CUET schedule for this year and the exam will be conducted in May. We are hopeful that the counseling will be over and the semester will begin in mid-July,” he said.
UGC Chairman M Jagadesh Kumar said that the application process for the second edition of Common University Entrance Test (CUET)-UG will begin from Thursday night and will go on till March 12. The exam is scheduled to be conducted from May 21-31.
The Admissions Branch of University of Delhi will also host a series of webinars to help candidates appearing for CUET (UG)-2023. The first webinar of this series will be held on Friday 17th at 3 pm.
Singh said the university would take steps to fill all the 70,000 seats in its colleges. He also pointed out that seats in minority colleges remained vacant in only a few cases in the last academic year.
“We will ensure that all 70,000 seats in the university are filled this year. We will brainstorm ideas and take steps to ensure that all seats are filled,” Singh said. Gone.”
DU has started taking admission in all UG courses through CUET from the last academic session instead of taking into account the 12th class marks.
“The University of Delhi has also launched its admission website (admission.uod.ac.in) for the academic year 2023-2024,” said a statement issued by Registrar Vikas Gupta. Gupta said that candidates will have to appear in CUET (UG) 2023 to get admission in Delhi University’s undergraduate programs for the academic year 2023-24.
“Candidates are advised to refer to the website of CUET (UG)-23 (cuet.samarth.ac.in) for information bulletin, eligibility requirements for admission to University of Delhi, syllabus for various examination papers, and other related details for registration in CUET (UG) 2023,” he said.
The Information Bulletin for Undergraduate Programs provides detailed guidelines, seat matrix, programme-specific eligibility of various courses and other relevant information. Information Bulletin (UG) 2023 provides information regarding choice of languages and domain-specific subjects of CUET (UG) 2023 as per the requirements of various programmes.
Admission Branch has also taken initiative to spread awareness about CUET (UG)-2023.
“Infographics in the form of illustrations have been uploaded on the website to help candidates choose their test papers as per the requirements of programme-specific eligibility,” Gupta said.
“Video tutorials, in Hindi and English, explaining the registration process, choosing test paper from Section I, II and III and uploading required documents for CUET (UG) 2023 will be made live shortly on the University’s admission website. The Admissions Branch will also host a series of webinars to help the candidates appearing for CUET (UG)-2023.”
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