The University of Delhi will be accepting only online applications for its various under graduate courses from the academic session 2016-2017.When will the registrations begin?The interested candidates can register for their choice of courses from May 28, 2016 till June 17, 2016.Admission feesThe candidates will have to pay the designated amount towards admission fee online.When was the centralized online registration process started?DU had adopted the centralized online registration process three years ago. However, it did not do away completely with manual OMR forms and allowed them at some centres.Admission committee’s decisions:On Tuesday, May 17, the admission committee gave its approval for the centralised registration process dates.”These will now go for final approval to the academic council and university administration,” said R N Dubey, member of the committee, according to TOI.The committee also decided to discontinue 5 percent cut off concession, given to the female candidates.However, giving in to the demands of various colleges, the committee has allowed 22 colleges to allow the reduction limited to 1 percent of the cutoff.The various categories of students that need to fill in the online registration forms:From this year, the students who fall under extra-curricular activities (ECA) and sports categories will have to fill in the online registration form. In the past, the students of these sections used to apply under the categories mentioned in the form of their respective collegesReserved category students, including SC/ST and persons with disability, will also be registering themselves through the centralised online forms from this year, just like the unreserved and OBC categoriesThe first cut-off list is likely to be notified on June 22, 2016According to the new admission policy, five cut-off lists will be prepared”If seats remain unfilled by the end of the fifth cut-off list, colleges will issue three more. Only candidates registered online can apply to individual colleges who will then notify a merit list and offer admissions,” Dubey said. advertisementRead: UP board topper Sakshi Verma played chess to score 98.20 percent.Read: Dabi’s score of 52 percent reflects the strict pattern of civil services exam.Click here to get the latest updates on exam related news.