The outstation Delhi University aspirants may not have to visit the national capital to appear in the entrance examinations for admission to PG courses. The university is planning to come up with five centres outside Delhi.
The vice chancellor has constituted a high level committee, comprising of deans of various faculties, which is considering the proposal of introducing five examination centres. The committee is yet to come up with final recommendations. In this event, the registration process for admissions to 66 postgraduate courses has also been delayed.
The centres are likely to come up in major cities including metros or near those towns from where the university receives major chunk of applications.
Once the committee submits its recommendation, the schedule for the admissions will be announced. There will be a common application form for centralized registration for the applicants.