"However, the online registration saw a marked increase with payments made for 20,000 forms. As the website crashed on the first day, only 2,345 students had registered and made payment."
New Delhi, June 3 - The sale of offline forms for admission to Delhi University fell by 2,767 on the second day Tuesday compared to the first day.

On Monday, 32,460 offline forms were sold in 18 centres, while 29,693 forms were sold Tuesday, an official statement said.

The Daulat Ram College centre in the north campus sold the most number of forms at 4,803.

In total, 62,153 offline forms have been sold by the university in two days.

However, the online registration saw a marked increase with payments made for 20,000 forms. As the website crashed on the first day, only 2,345 students had registered and made payment.

The admission process for the undergraduate process began Monday and will go on till June 16.


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