The registration period for the three new Delhi University B.Tech programming offered in this academic year. It would probably begin around the end of June.
The qualifying requirements for admission to these courses differ from those for other UG courses the institution offers. On Wednesday, the registration website for the additional classes went live.
Almost 360 seats are available for the three B.Tech programs. 120 for each of the courses in computer science and engineering. And electronics and communication engineering and electrical engineering. The university would take into account the candidate’s JEE Main 2023 result for admission. For these courses rather than the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores for other programs at DU.
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Candidates must have received their Class 12 diploma from an approved board to be eligible for the program. Additionally, the candidate must have completed English (core or elective) as a subject at the senior school certificate examination level. They must have had a cumulative grade point average of 60% or above in physics, chemistry, and maths. A DU official who requested anonymity added that admission depends on J EE-Main rankings. Registration-cum-counselling costs $1,500 when the university’s registration site opens in the last week of June. The Faculty of Technology instructs the three BTech curricula.
University authorities said that 52,790 applicants had signed up on the CSAS site as of 7 p.m. On Thursday, one day after Delhi University B.Tech started accepting applications for its undergraduate programs. With around 71,000 seats available, DU’s 68 colleges offer 78 undergraduate degrees and 198 BA program combinations.
The university announced would host webinars to assist potential students in understanding the admissions procedure. The university website currently has material in the form of written bulletins, infographics, and video recordings.
“We already have webinars, eligibility flowcharts, and newsletters on our website. A series of multilingual webinars on CSAS will start on Monday, according to the second official.
After the CUET results, candidates need to identify their desired course-college combination to move on to the next level of admissions. “The order of the program and college combination selected. It becomes the priority list, which determines allotments,” the speaker continued. After a seat allot in a certain round, the applicant must “accept” the seat by the deadline for that round of allocation. Inactivity or inaction would be interpreted as non-acceptance.