Delhi University Admission for the academic session 2019 started from May 30, 2019, with the availability of online application forms. The application process of DU 2019 admissions was closed on June 22, 2019. The cut off of DU 2019 admission has been released on June 28, 2019. With the release of cut offs, several candidates must be seeking admissions in the undergraduate programmes in the most sought-after colleges of Delhi University. A total of 62, 000 seats for UG programmes in the affiliated colleges of the university are filled with the help of best of four calculation of DU. Candidates who are willing to take admissions in undergraduate programmes of Delhi University must know the details on how to calculate best of four marks of DU. The Delhi University aspirants will have a lot of queries regarding the admissions including admission procedure, eligibility, how to calculate best of four for DU 2019 and cutoffs. You can get answers to every query related to DU Admissions 2019.
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Before we proceed to detail the admission procedure of the Central University, let us have an overview of the DU Admissions 2019 –
Latest: DU 2019 Cut off Released for all the affiliated colleges of Delhi University!
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15000 in regular programmes and 25000 in other programmes including correspondence
Candidates can follow the guidelines below to get an overview of the DU Best of Four Subjects concept and know how to calculate Best of Four Subject Marks
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The Best of Four subjects need to include the following –
One language (Core/Elective/Functional)
One subject in which admission is sought – A candidate needs to include the subject in Best of Four, in for the Honours programme in which admission is being sought, otherwise a disadvantage of 2.5% will be applicable to the calculates Best of Four percentage
Any two other academic/elective subjects as per List A – If a candidate doesn’t include the subject as enlisted in List A, then a disadvantage of 2.5% will be imposed to the Best of Four calculated
List A includes the following disciplines offered by the University of Delhi for admissions to the three-year undergraduate programmes must be treated as Academic/Elective subjects. All the disciplines subjects must have at least 70% component of theory and 30% component of practical. Theory component doesn’t include internal assessments or continuous evaluation
#Accountancy will be considered equivalent to Commerce wherever the examination board does not offer Commerce as subject*Music and Physical Education will be treated as academic/elective only for Honours in Music and Physical Education, respectivelyBiology, Biotechnology and Business Studies will be treated as academic/elective subjects
Candidates interested in taking admissions for an Honours Programme in the University will have to include the subject (the subject in which admission is sought) in Best of Four subjects (One Language and Three subjects), failing to do so will result in a disadvantage of 2.5% in the best of four marks
Accountancy will be treated as equivalent to Commerce wherever any board does not offer Commerce as subject
Biology, Biotechnology and Business Studies will be considered as academic/elective subjects
Candidates seeking admissions in Honours programme of subjects – Music and Physical Education will have to include the respective subjects in their best of four, failing to do so will result in a disadvantage of 2.5% in the aggregate of marks of the best four subjects
The subject ‘Information Practices’ will be considered equivalent to Computer Science for admissions to B.Sc (Hons.) in Computer Science only
Candidates seeking admissions to any Honours language course will be offered a 2% advantage over others if they have studied the elective language
In case, the candidate has studied both elective and core in any languages, the core language will be treated as a language, while elective language will be considered as an academic/elective subject
Admissions to BA (Hons.) in Hindi Patrakarita and BA (Hons.) in Journalism will be based on ‘Best of Four’ subject’s percentage as in BA (Hons.)Hindi and BA (Hons.)English, respectively
Admissions to BA (Hons.) Applied Psychology will be based on ‘Best of Four’ subject’s percentage as in BA (Hons.) Psychology
Admissions to BA (Hons.) Social Work will be based on ‘Best of Four’ subject’s percentage including one language and three academic/elective subjects as per List A
Candidates will only need to have studied and passed Mathematics at the qualifying exam level for admissions to Honours in Economics and Commerce
If a candidate seeks admissions to Honours in any language programme, which he has studied as the elective language at the qualifying exam level, an advantage of 2% over the other candidates will be offered in the ‘Best of Four’ subjects
In case, a candidate has not studied the language at the qualifying exam level and is seeking admissions to Honours in that language will be liable to a disadvantage of 5% in ‘Best of Four’ subjects
Candidates seeking admissions to Honours in English and Hindi, the candidate need to have studied and passed the respective language in the qualifying exam and will need to include the same for calculating in ‘Best of Four’ percentage
If there is any case of change of stream, a disadvantage of a maximum of 5% may be imposed on the ‘Best of Four’ percentage. Moreover, the college will have to notify the actual deduction of a maximum of 5% on their websites and intimate the same to the University
If any candidate seeks admission into BA Vocational only, related vocational subjects will be treated at par with academic/elective subjects
Likewise the last year, the basis of selection for Mathematical Sciences, Science, Home Science programmes remains unchanged. However, subjects to be included for the Basis of Selection, i.e., PCM/PCB/PCMB need to have at least 70% component of the theory exams, which don’t include the internal assessments and continuous evaluation in the qualifying exam, otherwise a disadvantage of 10% of the maximum marks may be levied on each subject
The University of Delhi releases as much as eleven cutoffs for the candidates who wish to seek admission in DU 2019. The cutoff includes the minimum marks/percentile that an aspirant ought to have for getting admission in one of the DU colleges 2019. The candidates are, automatically, considered eligible if they manage to score the minimum percentile given on the DU 2019 cut off. The candidates need to calculate the percentile of their 'Best of Four' aggregate marks. The cut off of Delhi University 2019 depends on many crucial factors like the previous years' cut off trends, availability of seats, programme/course in which the candidates are applying for the admission, number of applicants and best of four subjects.
DU Cut off: Important Links
DU 1st Cutoff (Released)
DU 4th Cutoff
DU 2nd Cutoff
DU 8th Cutoff
DU 11th Cutoff
DU 3rd Cutoff
DU 6th Cutoff
The candidates can also take help of DU admission college predictor to know what college they can get admission in by just putting their 'Best of Four' aggregate marks, based on the previous year's cut off trends.
The University of Delhi has made various changes in the DU admission procedure. Below are the new changes in DU Admissions Procedure –
Delhi University has released the online DU applications form on May 30, 2019.
This year will see an increase in the cost of the application forms. The candidates belonging to the General category will have to pay Rs. 250 instead of Rs. 150 (like previous years). The candidates belonging to SC/ST categories will have to pay Rs. 150.
The university will also introduce a correction facility, in a first. However, the aspirants will have to pay Rs. 100 for every change made.
As per the University officials, last year over 3,40,000 applications were registered for 41 undergraduate programmes. The Central University offers as many as 56,000 seats in around 16 faculties and 86 departments mainly spread over North and South campuses.
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Hello dear aspirant.
You have not clearly mentioned whether for UG or PG and which course you are interested in.
As of now admission in DU is on merit list basis first you should know past years cutoff and then prepare hard and score good marks in board exams so that you can easily get a seat in DU .
Hope it helps you.
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:
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