The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has declared the 12th results this year on July 13th. CBSE has also announced that more than the last year’s score, many students have scored more than 95 percentile this year. Seeing at the scores of the students, DU has decided to set its cutoffs high this year. Students willing to take admission in Delhi University must start preparing and aim to get themselves placed in the respected colleges of DU. Shobha Bagai, dean (admissions) said that “we are waiting for the UGC revised academic calendar.” She also added, “students NEET and JEE who have applied for Delhi University should not worry, in a few days they will make a decision.”
Anju Shrivastava, principal of Hindu College has also said the same, she added looking at the current score of the students, DU is going to set its cutoffs high this year due to the limitations.
As the govt had asked every University to close down as a preventive measure in this Covid-19 situation, So not to hamper the education process, the universities are going online. Delhi University (DU) has integrated google classrooms and hangouts as a part of their online teaching. To provide learning support to students, Google Services are integrated with the DU domain, including emails, etc. Two of their major apps viz. Google Classes and Google Hangouts have been integrated.
Delhi University grant access to library for its students from home to an attempt to provide usability of Delhi University Library System. DU students will now be able to use all the available library resources through a VPN network. DU students will now be able to use all the available library resources through a VPN network with the help of any browser. To establish a VPN connection, students must know their DU wifi password and DU wifi username. However, those students who have not taken the membership of DU Library will not be able to use the facility. In case of any problem related to the service,
Students can write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.