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Drop out college students can seem for examination to finish their diploma, says DU on its centenary celebration

The Delhi University has introduced on Monday that college students who dropped out of faculty within the closing 12 months can register for a one-time ‘centenary’ probability to look in examinations and full their diploma.

The alternative has been given to the dropout college students in view of the Delhi University’s 12 months lengthy centenary celebrations that has been began on May 1, 2022. 

“Undergraduate, postgraduate and professional course students who took regular courses, Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), School of Open Learning (SOL) and External Cell will be able to apply for registration. The former students can submit their registration forms for centenary chance examination by June 14, 2022,” Dean of Examination, DU mentioned.

All the schools, departments, schools and centres underneath Delhi college have been requested to finish the affirmation and verification means of registration kinds stuffed by such college students by June 20, 2022.

“The former students can also fill their registration form by using the online students’ portal link of Delhi University. After filling the registration form, the students can keep the printout of the filled forms for further communication,” the official order mentioned.

It additional added that provisional admit playing cards will probably be issued after affirmation of the registration kind by their respective school, division, faculty or centre.

With inputs from PTI.

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