DU Admission 2023: Delhi University (DU) will no longer start the mopup round for the remaining seats. This information was given by DU Registrar Dr. Vikas Gupta. After the announcement of closing of undergraduate admissions in DU, about five thousand seats were left in various courses. After this, on the guidelines of UGC, DU directed to conduct the admission process with mop up round in those colleges where more than 15 percent seats were vacant. There were 13 such colleges. However, even after the mop up round, seats are vacant in these colleges. It was expected that DU would start the second phase of mop up round for the remaining seats.
DU to expand to two new campuses
Delhi University is planning to expand into two new campuses. In these, students will be provided with library and other modern facilities. A senior DU official said that Campus Law Center 2 will be shifted to Dwarka and Campus Law Center 1 will be shifted to Surajmal Vihar. DU has about 2 acres of land in Dwarka Sector-22. Apart from this, 34 acres of land was allotted to DU by DDA in Roshanpura village of Najafgarh in 1989. According to earlier plans, DU also plans to build a college on 16.79 acres of land. A modern complex will be prepared for the facilities of the students in DU’s Dwarka campus. Apart from classrooms, it will have hostels, library and other facilities.
East Campus is expected to be built by 2026, DU Vice Chancellor Prof. Yogesh Singh has expressed hope that the East Campus can be built by 2026. There are preparations to build a new campus on about 15.24 acres of land in Surajmal Vihar, East Delhi. Its work will start in December or next year. A DU official says that this campus in East Delhi will be equipped with modern facilities. Apart from studies, residential facilities, hostels etc. will also be built here. This campus will be prepared keeping in mind the future educational needs.
Three buildings will be built by next year
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the virtual foundation stone of three buildings in DU. Institute of Eminence, Faculty of Technology and Computer Centre, these three buildings are expected to be constructed by next year. The building of the Institute of Eminence being constructed in the North Campus at a cost of Rs 200 crore will be ready by next year. The Faculty of Technology will be built at a cost of Rs 195.65 crore and the Computer Center will be built at a cost of Rs 87.29 crore. Construction of some of these buildings has started in the North Campus. Apart from this, a 1016 bed hostel for girl students will be built at a cost of Rs 161 crore in Dhaka Complex of North Campus of DU.