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Brief History of DU
University of Delhi, commonly known as DU, offers several courses under its different faculties. Established in 1922, Delhi University has been a premier institute among the top universities of India. When the university was founded, dating back to 1922, there were only three colleges in Delhi – St. Stephen’s College, which was founded in 1881; Hindu College, founded in 1899; and Ramjas College in 1917, which subsequently got affiliated to it.
At present, there are 16 faculties, 86 academic departments, 77 colleges and 5 other recognized institutes spread around Delhi, with nearly 1,32,435 regular students (UG-1,14,494 and PG-17,941) and 2,61,169 students (UG-2,58,831 and PG-2,338) in School of Open Learning education programme. While University of Delhi received 1,53,680 admission applications in 2012 for its three-year programme, the number increased to an overwhelming 2,56,024 in 2013 when DU introduced the Four-Year Undergraduate Programme. University of Delhi currently offers 54,000 seats under various disciplines. As many as 65 colleges are affiliated to the University of Delhi, spread across the national capital. Interestingly, the Sherubtse College in Kanglung, Bhutan is also an affiliated institution of the University. There are two main campuses of the University- North Campus and South Campus.
Four-Year Undergraduate Programme – In 2013, Delhi University introduced four-year degree programme for its undergraduate courses, replacing the earlier three-year programme. The University now offers the following degrees for its undergraduate programmes:
As per the guidelines of the 4-Year Undergraduate Degree Programme (4-YUP), if you wish or have to leave college after two years, DU shall acknowledge your education and award you a Diploma. Not only this, you can return to DU in the future to complete your education. Similarly, if you wish or have to leave after three years, DU shall give you a Bachelor’s degree with a Major Subject. However, if you successfully complete your course in DU after 4 years, you will be awarded a Bachelor with Honours Degree.
Advantages of the 4 YUP – In this new Four-Year Undergraduate Programme of DU, you will have great flexibility and wide ranging choices for your Degree Programme. This new programme has been designed by the university to enhance knowledge and develop your practical skills. You will be better equipped to grab employment opportunities, become an entrepreneur, or go for higher end research based studies.
How to get admissions in these colleges?
DU Admission-cum-Application Form – University of Delhi invites both online as well as offline applications for the four-year undergraduate programmes tentatively in the first week of June every year. The issue and receipt of registrations can be made through the single (common pre-admission OMR) application form for various courses in the recognized colleges of the University. The Online Pre-Admission Form is applicable to all the candidates including General/OBC/SC/ST/PWD. The Online Pre-admission form is common for all the courses listed in the form and valid for all colleges except Stephen’s College and Jesus & Mary College.
DU Admission Eligibility – You need to pass in 10+2 of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or equivalent examination to be eligible for admission. The admission will, however, depend on your marks and cut-off announced by the colleges for the various programmes of the university. There is no minimum age bar required for admissions to the undergraduate courses offered in the university.
DU Admission Cut-off – You will have to remain present on the scheduled tentative date in the last week of June at the venue along with the list of required documents, which include Class 10th and 12th mark sheets, Class 12th Original Certificate, Character Certificate, Photographs, etc. The counselling procedure may be carried in 3 or more phases as per the need.
Will you get any college hostel?
Delhi University offers 15 college hostels for the candidates pursuing undergraduate courses from the central university. Find below the list of the hostels:
Hostel Fees (in INR)
Daulat Ram College Hostel
Hans Raj College Hostel
Hindu College Hostel
Boys and Girls
Indraprastha College Hostel
Kirori Mal College Hostel
Keshav Mahavidyalaya Hostel
Lady Shri Ram College Hostel
Maharaja Agrasena College Hostel
Ramjas College Hostel
Shri Ram College of Commerce Hostel
Girls – 53 Boys – 150
St. Stepehen’s College Hostel
Sri Venkateswara College
Girls – 23
Boys – 23
Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College Hostel
Lady Irwin College Hostel
*NA – Information Not Available
DU Admission Important Dates –
Delhi University Application-cum-Admission Form
June 2, 2014 (9am to 1 pm)
Last date for Applications
June 16, 2014 (9am to 1 pm)
First Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
June 24, 2014
Admissions for first cutoff list
June 24 – June 26, 2014 (upto 1 pm)
Second Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
June 27, 2014
Admissions for second cutoff list
June 27 – June 30, 2014 (upto 1 pm)
Third Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 1, 2014
Admissions for third cutoff list
July 1 – July 3, 2014 (upto 1 pm)
Fourth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 4, 2014
Admissions for fourth cutoff list
July 4 – July 7, 2014 (upto 1 pm)
Fifth Cutoff List to be declared by Colleges
July 8, 2014
Admissions for fifth cutoff list
July 8 – July 10, 2014 (upto 1 pm)
Admissions for General Category to end
July 10, 2014
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Faculty of Commerce – The Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies of Delhi University has a capacity of around 6,000 undergraduate seats in its 42 colleges. It includes top-ranking Commerce colleges like Shri Ram College of Commerce and Lady Shri Ram College for Women, known for their academic quality, respected faculty members and extra-curricular activities. Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies has two departments functioning under it, namely, Department of Commerce and Department of Financial Studies.
DU Colleges offering B.Com (Hons.) Degree:
Total Number of seats
Acharya Narendra Dev College
Atma Ram Santan Dharma College
Bhagini Nivedita College
Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
College of Vocational Studies
Daulat Ram College
Deen Dayal Upadhayaya College
Delhi College of Arts & Commerce
Dyal Singh College
Hans Raj College
Indraprastha College for Women
Janki Devi Memorial College
Kamala Nehru College
Kirori Mal College
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Maharaja Agrasen College
Mata Sundri College
Motil Lal Nehru College
Ram Lal Anand College
Satyawati Co-Ed. College
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College
Shri Ram College of Commerce
Shyam Lal College
Sri Guru Nank Dev Khalsa College
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College
Swami Shraddhanand College
Zakir Hussain Delhi College
* - College Name in Alphabetical order
Faculty of Science – The Faculty of Science and Mathematical Sciences has a capacity of around 11,000 undergraduate seats in its 41 colleges. It includes top-ranking Science colleges like St. Stephen’s College, Miranda House, Hansraj College, Hindu College etc, known for their academic quality, reputed faculty members and co-curricular activities apart from the state of the art infrastructure.
Faculties of Science and Mathematical Sciences have fourteen departments functioning under them. Most of the ranking surveys place many of the DU’s Colleges offering Science Programme in the list of Top 20 Science Colleges in India.
St. Stephen’s College with an intake of 170 seats tops the chart as it is one of the most sought after colleges in DU for Science programmes.
DU Colleges offering B.Sc. (Hons.) Degree:
We bring you a comprehensive list of the colleges of the University of Delhi which offer B.Sc (Hons.) degree after completion of the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP).
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam College
Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences
Deen Dayal Updahyay College
Institute of Home Economics
Lady Irwin College
Lady Shri Ram College
Mata Sundri College for Women
Motilal Nehru College
Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College for Women
Sri Aurbindo College
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College
St. Stephen's College
Zakir Husain Delhi College
# College Name in Alphabetical order
^ The total number of seats includes some other courses which are not mentioned here.
+ Abbreviations: Phy – Physics, Chem – Chemistry, Bot – Botany, Zoo – Zoology, Stats – Statistics, H.Sc – Home Science, Anthro - Anthroplogy
Faculty of Arts – The Faculty of Arts has a capacity of around 7,000 undergraduate seats in its 46 colleges. It includes top-ranking Arts colleges like St. Stephen’s College, Lady Shri Ram College, Miranda House, Hindu College, etc, known for their academic quality, reputed faculty members and co-curricular activities apart from the state of the art infrastructure.
Faculties of Arts have 14 departments functioning under them. Most of the ranking surveys place 9 of the DU’s Colleges offering Arts Programme in the list of Top 20 Arts Colleges in India.
St. Stephen’s College with an intake of 240 seats tops the chart as it is one of the most sought after colleges in DU for Arts programmes followed by Lady Shri Ram College with 227 seats as the second most sought after Arts College.
DU Colleges offering B.A. (Hons.) Degree:
We bring you a comprehensive list of the colleges of the University of Delhi which offer B.A. (Hons.) degree after completion of the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP).
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
Jesus & Mary College
Kamla Nehru College
Maharaja Agrsena College
+ Abbreviations: Philo – Philosophy, Psycho – Psychology
*# Psychology – From 2014 onwards, candidates are offered a B.Tech (Hons.) in Psychological Sciences.
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see cutoff score changes year to year and it depends on lots of factors like number of participants, students category, seat matrix etc, however as per your score you have decent chances in tier 1 colleges.
all the best for your future endeavor.
Delhi University admission will begin the month of April 2020.
Some of the colleges you can get admitted are
Cut off can vary from year to year for the collegws.
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There's no entrance exam for admission in BA political science in Delhi University.
The admission is conducted on the basis of the merit of class 12th and the cut offs.
The university releases its online application form in the month of April.
For further information, you can refer to the link given below -
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The colleges release its own cut off marks.
The cut off marks depends upon the courses and categories. It varies from one college to another.
Cut offs of North campus colleges usually goes upto or above 95 Percent.
Cut offs of South campus colleges it comparatively lower.
You can check the cut off of the colleges at the official site of the Delhi University.
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