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May 21, 2018 Monday 12:04:10 PM IST

Delhi University Announces Free Coaching Classes for PG Entrance Exams

Policy Indications

New Delhi: The Delhi University has announced two weeks of free preparatory classes for postgraduate entrance examinations for students from economically weaker sections and minority communities.

Those who are from the economically weaker sections, BPL, SC/ST, OBC (non-creamy layer), minorities, persons with disabilities (PWD), Kashmiri migrants, wards of war widows or ex-servicemen (Defence) are eligible to apply.

The classes will be held for eight disciplines -- Commerce, Law, Journalism (Hindi and English), Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Computer Science and Zoology.

"For the third consecutive year, the varsity is conducting such classes to help students clear entrance exam for various postgraduate programmes. The purpose is to prepare students for the academic approach to be adopted to clear the entrance," the varsity said in a statement.


Tentative dates for commencement of the classes are June 1 for Commerce, Zoology, Law, Journalism (both languages), Chemistry and Physics. Computer Science on June 4 and Maths on June 6, the statement said.

Applications may be downloaded from the varsity website and should be submitted at the Institute of Lifelong Learning in North Campus from May 21 to 28 between 10 am and 4pm (except Sunday). 

"Since seats are limited, a list of selected candidates in all the eight disciplines will be displayed on May 30 at 5 pm," the statement said. 

(Indebted to various sources)



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