New Delhi: The newly launched online registration facility available for the aspirants seeking admissions into the prestigious Delhi University is facing a lot of technical glitch.

The pre-admission forms are being admitted online without the mandatory payment of Rs 100. Not only this, the students are making the payment through draft but are depositing bank receipts to the university instead.

These bank receipts do not bear their name, address or phone number due to which the students may face trouble during the admission process after the release of the cut off marks.

Dean (Students Welfare) Prof Du. JM Khurana says, “Efforts are being made to solve the problem by discussing with the officials of the computer centre.”

According to a senior official of the University, the varsity has launched the online facility for the very first time due to which some errors are being faced by the users. They said, “We are looking into the problem. The students need to remain patient.”

The officials have made it clear that after the service has been opened for the students, it is not possible to make changes in the system. However, the university will try to make the registration process free for the applicants from next year as per the demands of the NSUI-DUSU, observing hunger strike for the cause.

(JPN/Bureau)

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