DU aspirants struggle with online registration forms

first_imgStudents aspiring to get a seat at the Delhi University are facing a tough time in filling the online registration forms for the under-graduate courses.As the second week to the online admission process sets in, the aspirants are facing problems while uploading certificates, calculating cut-offs and submitting the forms.”We are asked to upload our certificates of past three years. But there is just a single slot to upload the same. It is difficult to upload the documents at a go as the server is down most of the times,” said Shivika Singh, an aspirant, who is applying through sports quota.ONLINE WOESThe university has centralised the trials for sports and extra-curricular activities (ECA) this year. The online registration process began on June 1 and will continue till June 19.The first cut-off list will be announced on June 27 and unlike previous years the varsity will release only five cut-off lists.This is for the first time that the university has introduced complete online admission procedure for UG admissions unlike previous years when it used to be both online and offline.A number of students who have filled up their forms are complaining about the self-attestation of the documents.”There was no prior information that we have to self-attest the documents,” said Vikram Sharma, another aspirant. Few students are complaining of the admission portal being slow but the varsity authorities maintained that they had arranged for servers keeping in mind the expected traffic on the website and the students should check after some time in case of any problems.advertisementDON’T PANIC”Students should not panic and go through the University’s website carefully. Everything is clearly mentioned on the website. And for other queries, we are having open-days till June 13 where students can come up with their queries and our experts will answer them directly,” said Gurpreet Singh Tuteja, deputy dean students’ welfare, Delhi University.The number of applicants who registered online for admission swelled to over 2 lakh on Wednesday.”The total number of registrations till 6pm on Wednesday were 2, 05,710 of which 1,05,482 have already paid the fee,” DU Registrar Tarun Das said.ALSO READ:DU admissions: Cap of 1 per cent relief in cut off to girl students receives flaklast_img read more

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