Thursday, June 9, 2011

[ZESTCaste] Registration process for SC/ST candidates ends

NEW DELHI, June 9, 2011
Registration process for SC/ST candidates ends
Staff Reporter

The Delhi University under-graduate admissions registration process
for candidates from the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, physically
handicapped and Kashmiri migrant categories, and the wards of defence
personnel injured or killed in action came to a close on Wednesday.
The registration process had begun on May 28.

While about 17,000 candidates have registered from the SC/ST category,
450 are from the physically handicapped category.

The series of 12 Open Days organised by the university also concluded
on Wednesday. "More than 20,000 prospective candidates and their
parents have been benefited. Candidates have also benefited from
E-Open Days," the university said in a statement.

The E-Open Days will continue to be available on the Delhi University
website. Three web chat sessions between university experts and
students were held on June 3, 6 and 8. The next web chat is slated for
June 10. Delhi University has also registered its presence on
Facebook. The page has garnered over 86,000 'Likes'.


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