As the admission process to undergraduate courses at Delhi University for the session 2014-15 is all set to begin from June 2, 2014, it is advised to the students to fill the actual marks obtained in their board exams and not to deduct or add marks.
Also, as per the admission guidelines this year, the university has notified that if a student, who has not studied a particular subject in class 12 , wants to study the subject then there would be a deduction of two percent from the aggregate of best-four subjects of XII.
For example, in the case of students who studied elective English, they would have an advantage of two percent.
An official said that the university guidelines require students to fill in the actual marks obtained and leave it to colleges to deduct or add marks.
Besides, the university informed students to fill in the names of all five subjects they have studied in the OMR forms.
Students who have cleared their class XII board exams and are interested in pursuing UG Programmes from the university can obtain the registration forms from the dedicated registration centers till June 16, 2014.
There are 77 colleges under the varsity of Delhi University. These colleges will bring out five cut-off lists for the general category and the first list will be out on June 24, the day admissions begin.
Candidates can apply for admissions to undergraduate programmes both online and offline. With the introduction of centralized admission process, there will be no sale of forms in individual colleges, except for those candidates applying under sports and extracurricular activities categories.