The first phase of Delhi University 2014 Admission process ended when the central university closed its application window on June 16. As many as 279700 applications were made this year for 41 courses under the FYUP, with 140839 applicants chose Economics as their first choice followed by 124777 for Mathematics and 109438 for Computer Science. This year, 101477 applicants have marked English as their first preference. Not only this, more applications were made from the areas surrounding Delhi (Delhi-NCR). While 132659 applications were drawn from Delhi, another 66000 were made from Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal region, followed by Haryana with 37237 applications. States like Bihar and Jharkhand were no exception to this, 15945 applicants have showed their willingness to pursue the Four Year Undergraduate Programme from Delhi University.
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Careers360 brings you the highlights of Delhi University 2014 Admissions. You may find the below infographs interesting and informative that shall give you an overview of the Delhi University 2014 Admissions in Numbers.
Delhi University 2014 Admissions in Numbers –
Delhi University 2014 Course-wise Application Numbers – Below inforgraph will help you to understand the number of applications made as per the courses of Delhi University under Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).
Delhi University 2014 State-wise Application Numbers – Below inforgraph will help you to understand the number of applications made from different states of India for the 41 courses in Delhi University under Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).
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Delhi University being a central university is ranked top among the Indian Universities for the last few years, houses 77 colleges with 16 faculties and 86 departments spread over North and South Campuses. The University implemented the Four-year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) way back in 2013 but resentment against the programme is being witnessed from certain quarters as some student unions and teachers bodies are making demands for scrapping the FYUP.
Delhi University 2014 Admissions Articles –
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