Delhi University Admission 2021 - 5 Mistakes Every Aspirant Should Avoid

While the DU Admission process has gone completely online this year due to COVID-19, find out the top 5 mistakes that you should avoid as an aspirant during the DU Admission 2021 process.

Created On: Jul 8, 2021 13:01 IST
Modified On: Aug 9, 2021 17:52 IST
DU Admission 2020 - 5 Mistakes
DU Admission 2020 - 5 Mistakes

The University of Delhi has kick-started the DU admission season 2021 with online registration going on at the official website, admission.uod.ac.in. Around 158889 applicants have applied for the UG level course and the number continues to soar for admission to various undergraduate programs offered by the constituent colleges.

Amid this rush, and candidates are bound to be anxious in the race to achieve their dreams.  So here is a list of some common mistakes that we have often observed at the end of the applicants at the time of registration.

Read on to find out the major 5 mistakes to avoid while filling up the online application form for DU Admission 2021. Please note that the DU registration window is open until 31st august 2021. Post that applicants can expect cut-offs to be released by the colleges. 

Know the 5 mistakes to avoid while filling online DU application form 2021:

DU Admission 2021 - 5 Mistakes You Must Avoid

1. Do not follow the admission procedure of previous years

Usually, aspirants follow the ‘word of the mouth’ and neglect going through the information bulletin of the University. As already mentioned, the University has framed new policies this year; therefore students are required to go through the information brochure properly. Especially after the spread of COVID-19, the situation has taken a 360-degree turn, and candidates are advised to read the FAQ manual to get clarity on all fronts.  

2. Do not start the registration without the relevant documents

This is probably one of the major reasons why students lose out their time while filling up online application forms. Go through the information bulletin and make a list of all the requisites for DU Admission 2021. Make a folder on your desktop/ laptop and save all the important documents. This will save time in looking out for the documents while filling the application. Make sure that the documents are self-attested before you scan them for uploading on the DU portal. 

3. Do not start applying for the courses without having knowledge about their availability in the colleges

This stands second to the above-mentioned reason for delaying the submission of online applications. Select the course you want to avail of; find out the colleges that offer such courses; make a list and then proceed for DU 2021 online registration.

4. Do not waste your time after the cutoff list is released

You get only three days! The varsity has allowed only three days, for completing the Enrollment process. Therefore if you get shortlisted in the first cutoff list, you need to gear up your preparation and complete all the formalities within three days.

5. Do not forget to avail of the new benefits, if you belong to the reserved category (especially ECA & Sports quota and Kashmiri migrants)

The University of Delhi has provision for the aspirants who have special recognition and awards in the ECA & Sports category. Use that benefit to avail admission through the Sports quota if you have scored fewer marks otherwise.

Read more about Centralised trials for Sports & ECA quota candidates

In addition to this, the varsity has also included migrants outside Delhi and Jammu to avail the benefits of the Kashmiri migrant quota. Due to a large number of aspirants, the online portal dedicated to DU Admission 2021 is ought to face issues. Therefore applicants are required to make smart moves in order to ensure timely submission of application forms.

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