Delhi University is likely to start admission in undergraduate courses by the last week of April-a month ahead of its usual schedule. The decision was taken in order to stop last minute rush at top colleges. There are more than 75 colleges are affiliated with the Delhi University, which offers various courses in Science, Art, and Humanities. For certain courses, it conducts an entrance exam or for other courses, it declares cut off list.
Officials said opening the registration process in advance will give enough time to students to complete the process. The online registration form for the undergraduate courses may start from April 20-25, 2017. “Admission process will start after April 20, 2017 and will carry on till June like they usually do. We want to give enough time to students to apply,” told by DU’s Admission Committee.
With the admission season looming, candidates need to be prepared in order to not miss out due to misinformation or lack of information. In this article, we have listed top 07 things which you must know about Delhi University admission.
Delhi University admission process is completely online and candidates don’t need to queue up at the colleges to fill up application forms. Application fee can also be submitted online.
The cutoff marks will be released separately for Arts, Humanities and Science courses.
The university may conduct entrance exam for admission to various courses such as BMS, BA (Honors) Economics, B.Tech., B.El.Ed., BBA (FIA) etc.
Each college conducts its own extracurricular activities (ECA) and sports trial. Stay updated about every college’s schedule of the trial.
Women students can also opt for admission to Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), DU that conducts weekend classes for women students at several study centers. It also offers two Undergraduate courses – BA (Programme) and B.Com. For ECA and sports students, 5% seats are reserved.
Most of the college consider best four subject marks, that is any four subjects in which a candidate has scored maximum marks.
A candidate with low score in 10+2 can also opt for admission to School of Open Learning (SOL), DU.