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DU PG admission 2021 has started from today, July 26. Thus, the admission forms are out and all the aspiring candidates can start applying now. The final date of submission is 21st August 2021. Hence, DU PG admissions will be taken for around 20,000 seats via examinations through DUET 2021.

Here is everything you need to know about DU PG forms:

After the ebbing of the covid-19 cases, Delhi University has begun with its admission process in full swing. Hence, starting with postgraduate admissions, the DU PG application window has opened from today. All the aspiring candidates can check for updates on du.ac.in or nta.ac.in. The varsity has released its official information brochure on its website.

As for the PG admission criteria, 50 percent of seats will be offered via DUET. But, the other 50 percent seats will be allotted to students already pursuing UG admission in DU via merit of the qualifying exams.

Documents needed for DU PG admissions 2021:

While filling the form, personal academic details have to be fed. Also, a scanned copy of necessary documents needs to be uploaded. Hence, the documents include:

  • Name of the candidate
  • Valid email id, password, and mobile number
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender and category
  • Nationality
  • Mother/ Father/ Guardian’s Name
  • Signature
  • Passport-sized photos
  • Identify Proof
  • Caste certificate (if applied under a quota)

How to pay the fee?

Debit cards, credit cards, UPI, and net banking can all be used as a means of payment. Thus, applicants belonging to the general category need to pay INR 750 for DU PG admissions. However, special category candidates need to pay INR 300 as application fees. Also, the fees are non-refundable.

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DU PG Admissions via Entrance Test:

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct DUET 2021 for all PG courses. Hence, these exams will be taken via computer-based mode including multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Also, candidates will be given 2 hours to solve a total of 100 questions.



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