Candidates must carry CAT admit card 2020 to the CAT exam centre along with valid identity proof while appearing for the CAT exam 2020.
Selected candidates in the first round of allotment must freeze their seats and pay for the requisite fee by October 29. The AKTU registration process for all fresh applicants for the second round will commence on October 30.
Candidates meeting the NEET 2020 cut-off can apply online at mcc.nic.in for the 15 per cent all India seats for admission to undergraduate medical and allied programmes in the country.
The term-end exam was held from September 17 to October 16. IGNOU has also launched several new courses that will be delivered online.
Those who wish to accept the seat allotted can report online by upload documents and paying fees. The last day to pay the fee is October 28.
Overall, over 80 per cent seats have already been filled after the second round of admission. Courses which remain open have not seen major drops in percentage.
Talking about AAP government's decision to not pay for CBSE examination fees this year, Kejriwal cited fund crunch due to the pandemic.
DUSU’s counsel said the fund cannot be used for paying teachers salaries. The students’ petition was also supported by the advocate Aakanksha Kaul, representing the Delhi University.