DU May-June 2022 Exams: Application form submission deadline today

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Updated on May 3, 2022 11:17 IST

All those students who have not filled the application form yet can do so by visiting the online student portal; i.e. slc.uod.ac.in until 5.30 pm. 

DU May-June 2022 Exams: Application form submission deadline today

DU May-June 2022 Exams: Application form submission deadline today

Delhi University Exams 2022: The University of Delhi (DU) application process for undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses' May-June 2022 exams for non-CBCE and semester-based courses will end today; i.e. May 3. All those students who have not filled the application form yet can do so by visiting the online student portal; i.e. slc.uod.ac.in until 5.30 pm. 

Earlier, the application process was earlier scheduled to be closed on May 2, but was extended. The students will also be required to pay the fee online on the link provided by the respective faculty, department, or college.

As per the statement released by DU, "all concerned students of Under Graduate/Post Graduate/Professional Courses of Non-CBCS and Semester II/IV/VI/Annual Mode I/l1/I1I scheme for Academic Year 2021-22 are hereby informed that the last date of submission of Examination Forms for the Examination to be held in May/June, 2022 is extended upto 03.05.2022 (Tuesday) by 5:30 pm."

Students are advised to keep the printout of the filled forms for further communication. The admit card will be issued by the university after confirmation of the examination form by their respective faculty, department or college. "The details of accessing the software of Examination Form by Faculty/Department/College shall be provided separately to each Faculty/Department/College," the university added in the official communique.

For more details on the semester-based exam, please visit the website- du.ac.in. Earlier, Delhi University had released the guidelines for the centenary chance exam for drop-out students. The university had stated that eligible candidates can appear for a maximum of four papers in the annual mode and up to eight papers for semester-wise tests. This one-time chance will be given to drop-out students in view of the Delhi University's year-long centenary celebrations starting May 1.

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