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Registrations in DU Reached 1 Lakh Mark

Online registrations for admission to undergraduate courses to Delhi University colleges is quick catching up with offline registrations as 56,535 aspirants filled forms over internet as alongside 59,756 applicants presenting OMR forms. The total number of registrations crossed the one-lakh score on Tuesday. Till the time of filing of this report, 1, 16,291 applicants in all applied to the four-year undergraduate programme the university is introducing from the 2013-14 academic session. This number does not comprise the over 22,000 aspirants who have listed for the new Bachelor in Management Studies to be brought in across six colleges from this year. After the first few days witnessed crowd at the counters, the 18 chosen centres for sale and submission of OMR forms is now well stocked up. On Tuesday, the university sold 9,940 forms while it received 12,496. Online applications, too, reached the one lakh mark on Tuesday as 1, 06,137 aspirants formed their accounts, of whom 76,487 completed filling the forms online. DU officials preserve that this year registrations will cross two lakh for the first time. They are also saying reply to online applications has been overpowering. "The last few days have been wonderful for the online registration process. This is an optimistic sign," deputy dean of student welfare Gurpreet Singh Tuteja said.

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