Delhi University admission 2018 board aims to move to a national level entrance test for admission to most of its courses. This much ambitious plan is being worked on by a committee headed by M K Pandit. This committee is set to review and probably transform the entire (or some of the) admission process including the commencement of entrance examinations followed by centralized counseling.
This plan also aims at pruning the number of cutoffs, that often continue to be released even after semester lecture begins. 11 cutoffs were released in 2017. A centralized online counseling process might also be soon introduced (that will be used after 5 cutoffs) to fill up the remaining vacant seats to save time.
The online aptitude test might commence from the academic year 2019-20 which is expected to act as a just filtration system for aspiring undergraduates. If implemented, three separate online tests, one for each- science, commerce, and arts may be held as part of the filtration process.
Once the subcommittee arrives at a decision, their recommendation will be sent to the larger admissions committee for deliberations. If the proposal gets the approval, it will be forwarded to the academic council and then the executive council for further approval.
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Find below all the information related to the application form, eligibility criteria, examination pattern and important dates.
Self-attested copies of all these documents have to be uploaded for applying successfully
Admission to Delhi University’s affiliated colleges will be done on the basis of merit calculated by candidates’ scores in the entrance or qualifying examination. For courses which do not have an entrance exam, class 12th Board exam scores will be considered for cut off.
All the applicants seeking admission to the undergraduate courses, for which the admission is based on the entrance exam, have to register at http://admission.du.ac.in/ugent2017/index.php/site/login.
No age bar- any candidate irrespective of his age is allowed to sit for admission process.
Online Registration Begins
2nd week of May 2018
Closing of online registration
4th week of May 2018
3rd week of June-4th week of June 2018
1st week of July 2018
At the undergraduate level, for some courses class 12th Board exam scores will be considered for cut off, for others an entrance exam is conducted. Students applying for postgraduate courses have to appear in the entrance examination.
In June, All India Joint Entrance Test organized by Delhi University –DU JAT is conducted for admission to following courses:
After successfully submitting the application form, candidates will get an admit card. It is necessary to carry the admit card to the examination hall otherwise candidate may be disallowed to sit for the exam.
Results are announced in the month of July. Post this, candidates are called by DU to appear for counseling where the students can take admission in their desired course and preferred college.
All colleges under Delhi university have the sole right to determine their individual cutoffs for UG programs. View last year’s cut off here http://www.du.ac.in/du/index.php?page=cut-off-2017
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