Delhi University Admissions: Know the colleges offering relaxation to girls
Apratim Chatterjee, 01 Jun 2016, #DU



Delhi University Admissions
for the academic session 2016 has begun with the University announcing applications from June 1, 2016. The University will be announcing first cutoff list for admissions to various UG courses from June 27, 2016. University of Delhi being a Central University offers relaxation in cutoff marks to girl candidates, making their admission path a slight easier as compared to the opposite gender. Careers360 brings you a comprehensive list of DU Colleges which offer relaxation in cutoff marks to the girl candidates for admissions to various UG programmes. If you are a girl candidate and have applied to DU for 2016 UG admissions, the list could be of great use to you.

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Delhi University has notified that the colleges could neither impose their own specific/extra eligibility criteria for admissions, nor can offer relaxation to any specific category, without the prior permission in writing to the Delhi University Students Welfare (DUSW), stating reasons for the same.

In addition to this, DU has also informed that the relaxation percentage under Girl’s Quota cannot be more than 3% for any course, in any case, whatsoever.

Following the same DU 2016 guidelines, DU Colleges have stated reasons for offering Girls’ Quota for 2016 UG Admissions in writing to DUSW office.

Moreover, the colleges have put forward the relaxation percentage besides specifying courses, which they will be offering to the female aspirants under DU Admissions 2016 Girls’ Quota.

Colleges offering Girls’ Quota for DU Admissions 2016 – Find below the list of colleges offering relaxation to girl applicants in cutoff percentage for the specific courses –

DU College

Courses

Relaxation Percentage

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam College

All Courses

3%

Aryabhatta College (Ram Lal Anand Evening College)

All Courses

2%

Bhim Rao Ambedkar College

All Courses

2%

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College

All Courses

3%

Dyal Singh College

All Courses

3%

Dyal Singh Evening College

All Courses

3%

Keshav Mahavidyalaya

Electronics

2%

Physical Science/Computer Science

1%







Moti Lal Nehru College

BA

3%

English

2%

Hindi

3%

History

3%

Political Science

3%

Sanskrit

3%

B.Com

2%

B.Com (H)

2%

Mathematics

3%

Applied Physical Sciences/Computer Science

3%

Moti Lal Nehru Evening College

All Courses

3%

PGDAV College

All Courses

1%

PGDAV Evening College

All Courses

2%


Ramjas College

Hindi

3%

Sanskrit

3%

Political Science

3%







Rajdhani College

Economics

1%

Hindi

3%

History

2%

Political Science

2%

Sanskrit

3%

B.Com (H)

2%

Electronics

3%

Mathematics

2%

Physics

3%

Physical Sciences (Chemistry)

2%

Physical Sciences (Computer Science)

2%

Physical Sciences (Electronics)

2%





Ram Lal Anand College

History

2%

Political Science

2%

Hindi

2%

Geology

2%

Computer Science

2%

B.Com

2%

B.Com (H)

2%

BA

2%

Shivaji College

All Courses

3%





Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College

B.Com

2%

B.Com (H)

2%

BA

2%

Hindi

2%

History

2%

Political Science

2%

Punjabi

2%

Hindi Patrakarita

2%

Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College

All Courses

3%

Satyawati College

All Courses

3%

Satyawati Evening College

All Courses

3%


Swami Shraddhanand College

B.Com

3%

B.Com (H)

3%

Zakir Hussain Evening College

All Courses

3%

The University has 16 faculties and 86 departments spread over North and South campuses in the National Capital. The Central University has 83 affiliated colleges with around 150000 students in regular programmes and about 250000 students enrolled in its other programmes.

 

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