03-25-2015, 03:51 PM
The population of foreign students in Delhi University (DU) has shot up steadily in recent years, with a marked increase in female students from other countries to take admission in various courses at the university. According to the foreign student enrollment office (FSRO) of DU, had 1,007 students enrolled in the 2012-13 academic session DU and numbers shot up to 1,184 during 2014-2015. Moreover, during 2011-12, 952 students had FSRO du Kingdom is the one-stop admission in DU for foreigners, according to data forwarded.
According to officials FSRO, DU student obtains multiple entries from Asian countries of South / South East Asia, with some of the Middle East, European and African countries. The current session has considerable students of South Asian and Southeast Asian countries such as Nepal 311, 55 of Afghanistan, Maldives 36 23 from Vietnam 23 from Sri Lanka, 22 Bhutan, Bangladesh and 10 from 7 students from Indonesia.
The reasons for the increase in the number of foreign students are driving the high quality of education and prominently reasonable costs. Moreover, DU has also adopted a series of measures to ensure that these students have a good experience during their stay on campus. Foreign students seeking admission to DU strongly requested Hindi (hons.) As well. DU has a clear policy of 5% reservation of seats for students for all degree (UG) and postgraduate (PG) and research programs, according to its share superfluous. According to university regulations, the seats below this limit are not transferable to any other category if there are fewer applications of international students.
The entire admission process for foreign applicant concludes from the beginning, before the start of the regular admission process DU and DU authorities make sure that the schools from which they acquired their qualifications previous education are recognized, which takes about four or five months.