Delhi University Admissions Eligibility 2015 provide you an overview of the minimum qualifications required for admissions to University of Delhi for various undergraduate programmes in the academic year 2015. The University began its online applications from May 28 and the offline registrations from June 5, 2015.Delhi University has declared DU 2016 Admissions Eligibility Criteria on June 1, 2016 along with the announcement of DU 2016 Application Form.Latest: Check the detailed process of DU Admission 2016 such as important dates, eligibility criteria, application form etc.
Candidates applying for Delhi University 2015 programmes needed to note that you could apply to the colleges and programmes of your choice only if you meet the DU Admissions 2015 eligibility criteria for admissions to the three-year undergraduate programme. Each individual college of Delhi University specified uniform eligibility criteria for every programme as directed by Delhi University.“Everything you wanted to know about DU admissions is here. Predict your college; get latest updates, trends and insights on DU admissions. Click Here”[For queries and doubts, Click here or feel free to call Delhi University BA Admissions Premium Helpline Number @ 011-40360360]
Eligibility Criteria of Delhi University Admissions 2015 – Candidates may look below for the Eligibility of DU Admissions 2015 –
The Central University had directed its affiliated colleges to follow uniform additional criteria for 2015 admissions
As per the uniform additional criteria for admissions, candidates seeking admissions in language courses in the varsity colleges had an advantage of 2.5% in the best of four subjects’ aggregate, if they had studied the particular language as an elective subject
But if they had studied the particular language as a functional subject, they were in a disadvantage of 2.5% in the best of four subjects’ aggregate, as the case was
All elective subjects of CBSE curriculum which were regarded as Honours course by the central university were accepted as academic subjects for the best of four calculation, without any disadvantage
However, Physical Education, Home Science and Music in Class 12th was considered in best of four as the academic subjects or elective subjects for only those candidates who sought admissions in these three courses in DU colleges
Candidates qualifying 10+2 (12th examination) with two or three vocational courses were considered eligible for the DU 2015 admission process, subjected to a deduction of 10% of the maximum marks in each subject
For admissions in BA Programme and B.Com programme, if there was a case of change of stream, say a student from commerce background is interested in admissions in arts programme or vice-a-versa, there was a disadvantage of 5% in best of four subjects marks
Colleges needed to seek a prior approval of the University for providing relaxation in cutoff marks to girl candidates which was a maximum till 3%
English and Hindi subjects were mandatory for seeking admissions in English (Hons.) and Hindi (Hons.) programmes, respectively. Apart from these two subjects, candidates were granted admissions in any of the language programmes, with a disadvantage of 5% in the best of four cutoff marks, if the language was studied till Class 10th
Commerce, Accountancy, Business Studies and Biology were treated as academic subjects
Click here to check the disadvantage to students seeking admission to B.A/B.Com due to change of stream in Undergraduate courses 2015
DU Admissions 2015 Grade Conversion – Candidates who had secured grades and not marks in the qualifying 10+2 examination can look below for the table for grade conversion –
Minimum % of each Grade
Mean Resultant %
DU Admission 2015 Eligibility Criteria for B.Com– Candidates pursuing undergraduate programme at Faculty of Commerce in the University of Delhi needed to qualify Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations, i.e., Class 12th of 10+2 school system or equivalent.
Besides, there was no minimum age bar for admissions to the undergraduate programmes at Faculty of Commerce in the University.
There was no provision of admissions on the predicted scores.
DU B.Com 2015 Minimum Percentage of Marks– The candidates needed to secure the minimum passing percentage as specified in the table below –
Minimum % for Qualifying
An aggregate 40% marks in the qualifying examination
The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three best elective subjects
An aggregate 45% marks in the qualifying examination
DU Admission 2015 Eligibility Criteria for B.A.–Candidates applying for the undergraduate programmes at DU Faculty of Arts needed to qualify Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations, i.e., Class 12th of 10+2 school system or equivalent.
In addition, there was no minimum age bar for admissions to the undergraduate programmes at Faculty of Arts in the University.
Moreover, the admissions were not made on predicted scores.
DU B.A. 2015 Minimum Percentage of Marks– Candidates needed to secure the minimum passing percentage as specified in the table below –
BA (Hons.) Arabic, Hindi, Persian, Punjabi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Bengali
An aggregate 45% marks in the qualifying examinationCandidates securing 40% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in the subject concerned are also eligible for admissions to the relevant Honours Programme
The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three best elective subjects. Candidates who have passed the intermediate /Examination of an Indian University Board with at least 40% marks in the aggregate and also one of the following examinations given below on the left shall be eligible for admission to the respective subject of the Honours Course given below -Maulvi Fazil Arabic, Prabhakar Hindi Munshi, Fazil Persian, Gyani Punjabi, Abid Fazil Urdu and Shastri Sanskrit
DU Admission 2015 Eligibility Criteria for B.Sc. - Candidates applying for the undergraduate programme at Faculty of Science in the University needed to qualify Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations, i.e., Class 12th of 10+2 school system or equivalent.
As per the University directions, there was no minimum age bar for admissions to the undergraduate programmes at Faculty of Science in the University.
Moreover no admissions were made on predicted scores of the qualifying examination.
DU B.Sc.2015 Minimum Percentage of Marks – Candidates needed to secure the minimum passing percentage as specified in the table below –
Requirement of subjects studied and passed
Minimum eligibility condition for admission
B.Sc (Hons.) Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Biological Science
Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology
55% or more marks in aggregate of 3 subjects as mentioned and one compulsory language (i.e. English) with 50%
Selection will be made on the basis of marks in aggregate of 3 Science subjects as mentioned for each Honours course
B.Sc (Hons.) Anthropology
Physics, Chemistry and Biology
B.Sc (Hons.) Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Instrumentation, Polymer Science
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
B.Sc (Hons.) Geology
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Geology/Biology/Bio-technology/Geography
B.Sc (Hons.) Food Technology
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology/Bio-technology
Selection will be made on the basis of PCM or PCB whichever is higher and 3% relaxation for PCMB
55% or more marks in aggregate of 4 subjects as mentioned and one compulsory language (i.e. English) with 50%
Selection will be made on the basis of PCMB as mentioned
Mathematics, one language and two other subjects listed as academic subjects
Should have secured 60% or more marks in Mathematics; 55% or more marks in aggregate of four subjects including Mathematics, one language and two other subjects listed as academic subjects by the respective boards
Selection will be made on the basis of best four academic subjects including Mathematics (only one language to be considered). The students who have studied Physics, Chemistry/computer science and Mathematics will be given 5% additional weightage.
Mathematics and Statistics
50% marks in Mathematics and an aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination
The Merit shall be determined on the basis of one language, Mathematics under academic stream and two best elective subject
B.Sc (Honours) Home Science
Physics/Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and other subjects, except languages
At least 50% marks in the best of any three subjects -At least one subject: Physics/Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and other elective subjects except languages
B.Sc Home Science
English and 3 academic subjects except languages
Aggregate of English and 3 elective subjects except languages. It is essential to have cleared English
B.Sc (Hons.) Biomedical Science
Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology
Aggregate of at least 55% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technologyAt least 50% marks in English
Students having PCM/Bio-technology with Mathematics (at least 60% marks) will be given an advantage of 3% over and above their PCB/Bio-technology aggregate.
B.Sc Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics, Two Elective/Academic subjects and One Language
An aggregate of 40% marks in the qulaifying examination
Merit shall be determined on the basis of one language, Mathematics and two best academic/elective subjects
B.Sc Physical Science
Physics, Chemistry/Computer Science, Mathematics
An aggregate of 45% or more marks in three of the subjects mentioned and passing in one compulsory languageThe overall percentage in 3 subjects should be 45% and one compulsory language should be 40%
Selection will be made on the basis of marks in aggregate of 3 Science subjects as mentioned
Physics, Chemistry /Biology, Biotechnology
There was no registration or pre-admission form available at the college level
The candidates who were interested in applying for admissions to St. Stephen’s College and Jesus & Mary College, needed to contact the respective colleges
The University of Delhi offers as many as 54000 seats in around 16 faculties and 86 departments mainly spread over North and South campuses.
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Hello Anurag, Yes these three subjects are fine but you need to add one more subject in order to complete the best of four percentage. The rule is that you need one subject related to the course you are applying for, one language course(most of the students have english) and other two courses you can select as any two subjects with maximum marks.
Hello Anurag, No, you can't get admission in BTech course only on the basis of 12th class marks. Giving the entrance test is compulsory. Giving entrance test is compulsory for the following courses:
If you are aiming for doing Btech, then your only choice is to give JEE exam as it is the only option you have. So I suggest you should fill up the form for JEE. It is going to be conducted in January 22, 2019. The next attempt will be in April, 2020. The complete details are here:
If you are aiming for some other course, do let me know in the comments. I'll help you out.
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