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Delhi University 2022: UG fee structure released for admission in colleges, check here

DU UG Admissions 2022

DU UG Admissions 2022: Delhi University (DU) has released a notice regarding the graduation fee structure for admission to various colleges. The notice states that the released UG fee structure will be implemented from the academic session 2022-23. Students who are going to take admission in undergraduate courses this year can check the fee details here.

DELHI UNIVERSITY UG FEE STRUCTURE: Check Undergraduate Fee Structure Here

Tuition Fees: No change has been made.

University Students Welfare Fund: ₹100

College Student Welfare Fund: As per the decision of the college.

University Development Fund: ₹900

College Development Fund: As per the decision of the college.

University facilities and service charge: ₹500

College Facilities and Service Charge: As decided by the college.

Economically Weaker Session Support University Charges: ₹100

– Delhi University Student Union (DUSU) Fund: No Change

Students can click on this link to read complete information about Delhi University UG Fee Structure.

The Delhi University (DU) has decided to increase the fees for its undergraduate courses from the academic session 2022-23. At the same time, DU has also increased the charge under the University Development Fund from ₹600 to ₹900.

According to the university, there has been no change in tuition fees and Delhi University Student Union (DUSU) fund. Meanwhile, some portion of the fees is to be decided by the colleges. These are College Student Welfare Fund, College Development Fund and College Facilities and Service Charges.

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