Delhi University Admissions: DU to Conduct Webinar on CUET 2022 Process for PwBD Students

New Delhi: With the adoption of the Central University Entrance Test (CUET) for all undergraduate admissions for the upcoming academic session, the admission process in Delhi University is set to change as compared to the previous years. And, to acquaint the candidates with its new admission policy, Delhi University is conducting a series of webinars for the students. On May 6 (Friday), the University will organize its third public awareness webinar to help Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBDs) understand the provisions, policies and procedures related to CUET 2022. The webinar will start at 4 pm. Also Read – CUET 2022: Registrations Close on May 6. Check List of Universities to Consider CUET Score for UG Admission

The webinar will mainly focus on information related to the process of applying for CUET 2022, how to upload required certificates, enabling provisions provided by DU and help desks in various colleges. All interested candidates can register on the official website of DU at Also Read – Explained: Delhi University Gives Second Chance To Completion Your Degree | All common questions answered

An official notice on the DU webinar read, “Many colleges have come forward to assist the candidates in filling the CUET form. The colleges have set up helpdesk centers with IT facilities in their campuses. Candidates can visit these helpdesks on all working days to avail the facility. The details regarding the helpdesk of the college is published on the website Also read- DU ‘Shatabdi Mauka’ exam for drop-out students: Registration portal to open on May 1, University issued guidelines

The registration process for postgraduate programs has started from 6th April. Admission to PG courses will be done through DUET 2022. For admission to DU’s undergraduate programmes, candidates need to register at and appear for CUET. ,

CUET 2022 is expected to be held in the first week of July. CUET 2022 exam will be the gateway to higher education, in which more than 60 universities will participate, including leading universities like DU and BHU, and 2 lakh undergraduate seats are available. With over 20 lakh students expected to take the exam, it is shaping up to be one of the most prominent and massive entrance exams ever, with a lot more on the line.


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