digital desk, Delhi. New batch of undergraduate courses started in Delhi University on Monday. Students enrolled here from different states across the country started new batches from their respective regions. However, on the first day there was orientation of the students. After this, now these students present in different parts of the country will be given online classes.
On Monday in Delhi University, where on one hand the admissions in first round PG are ending. On Monday, a new batch of undergraduate courses started. During this, about 90 thousand students have got admission in more than 150 UG and PG programs of Delhi University, but none of them will be allowed to go to the university at present.
A new batch of about 70,000 students of undergraduate courses started in Delhi University on Monday but online classes will be started from Tuesday. On Monday, orientation program of new students was conducted in all the more than 70 colleges of Delhi University.
Professor Hansraj Suman of Delhi University told IANS that and during this time new time table was provided to the new students from across the country taking admission in Delhi University. Along with this, the students were given complete information about Delhi University and related colleges. The students have been made aware of the cultural sports and other types of activities that take place here. Online classes of these students will be started from Tuesday.
According to the given calendar, the first examination of the first year students will be held in the year 2022. These exams will be held from March 21 to April 4.
At the same time, the admissions for post graduate courses in Delhi University have also started. At present, Delhi University here has started admissions for only 39 courses out of 75 different post graduate courses. Merit list has been released for them. On the basis of this merit list, different colleges of Delhi University were accepted till November 22. Students can pay the fees for these admissions till November 23. Fees will have to be paid online through the portal.