Delhi University announces changes in application process – Just before starting its admission procedure, Delhi University has announced changes in its Undergraduate (UG) admission process 2014. Students applying to UG courses under Delhi University will now no longer have the option of selecting colleges. The option of allowing students to select a desired college while filling up admission forms has been removed from both its Offline and Online application forms.
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With Delhi University (DU) decision of removing the ‘College’ option from their application forms, Dr. Gulshan Sawhney, Dean, Student Welfare, said, “The University’s decision of removing the college option from its application forms is an advantage for students. The application process is much more simplified. Students can now choose as much courses as they want, and as per the availability, eligibility and cutoff of that very course in a particular college, students can take admissions.”“Everything you wanted to know about DU admissions is here. Predict your college, get latest updates, trends and insights on DU admissions. Click Here “
Earlier the Delhi University Admission forms had option for selecting both Courses along with Colleges, which made students focus on colleges rather than the course.
Following to the University announcement of its decision of change in the application process, students were seen optimistic about the conclusion. When asked a Delhi University aspirant, Dhriti, said, “This decision by the university is acceptable by almost every fresh applicant, as it is easier and we can focus on selecting the right course for us.”
UG Admissions will be starting from June 2 2014, and the university is expecting to receive over 3lakh applications for 54,000 seats this year. Both online and offline DU Admission Procedure will start at around 9 am in the morning on June 2.
This year, the courses in the admission forms have increased from 34 to 40 and the entrance test for English (hns), Journalism, Social work and foreign languages have already been done by the University.
This year the University will release 5 cut-off lists, but if required 5 additional lists can be released as per the schedule below,
CUT OFF LIST
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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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