As the Delhi University has announced its first cutoff list for DU admission 2020, many class 12th pass out students are dwelling with their confusions to select between their preferred course and college. The Delhi University admission process has begun on 12th October.
Apart from the vast options, pressure from family or friends taking up admission in different colleges is some of the criteria that come up while choosing a college or course. If you are one of those students who is finding it difficult to choose the toughest and most crucial decision of their life, here are some suggestions which can help you make the right decision for yourself.
Once you have recognized your interest, it is essential that you give due significance to the course you wish to take admission in. For instance, if BSc (Hons) physics course interests you, shortlist all the DU colleges that offer your preferred course. However, while selecting a college make sure you check that the college provides all the facilities to develop holistically. Check the experience of professors, placement records, cultural activities, training and internship opportunities, club activities, etc.
Sometimes, students are lucky enough to find a college with the best placement records. Students must also choose the college which has experience academic staff or which facilitates personality or technical training sessions/workshops or provides membership or access to clubs that have some international or national reach.
The foremost suggestion is to compromise on one or two components but not on all. If all the essential components are being settled, go for a course that is similar to what interests you and is being offered by any other DU college in which you are getting admission. For instance, a student can select BSc (Hons.) Physical Sciences that render subjects like chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Thus, prioritize the course then list down the components of different colleges that you cannot compromise and then make your final decision.
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