Delhi University entrance exams for UG, PG, and MPhil-PhD programs will start from September 26. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will disclose the admit card for Delhi University Entrance Examination (DUET 2021) in a day or two. The entrance exam will go on till October 1.
There will be entrance exams in 27 cities including Delhi-NCR. Following the guidelines such as social distancing, this time also more centers have been kept.
On the other hand, the admit cards for the JNU Entrance Examination (JNUEE) are already available on the NTA website (nta.ac.in). The entrance exam will start on September 20 and end on 23. The exam will be computer-based.
This time DUET 2021 is done for 12 UG courses. Also, for admission to over 75 PG courses and MPhil-PhD. The mode of entrance test will be a computer-based online test only. Approximately 2.5 lakh aspirants are taking part in this entrance examination.
The exam will be in three shifts from 8 am to 10 am 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm and 5 pm to 7 pm. Moreover, NTA has increased the gap between two exam shifts by half an hour to two and a half hours. If compared by the last year, as many students give the exam after one shift to the second shift.
On September 26, the entrance exam for 39 programs including M.Com, MA English, MA Political Science, MSc Computer Science, MA French will be there in three shifts. On September 27, there will be a Joint Admission Test (JAT) for three courses of management, BMS, BBA-FIA, BMS.
Moreover, there is also an exam for BA Honors Multimedia and Mass Communication on September 29. There will be the entrance for PG, MPhil, Ph.D. including BTech Mathematical Innovations. On September 30, the exam for B.Ed, B.Sc. Physical Education, Health Education and Sports Sciences, B.L.Ed, BA Honors Humanities, and Social Sciences will be there.
On October 1, the entrance of five years Integrated Journalism and Bachelors in Physiotherapy will be given to the candidates. NTA said that in Delhi-NCR, test centers have been set up in Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Noida, Greater Noida, Sahibabad, and Ghaziabad.