DU Admission FAQs 2020 - Frequently Asked Questions
DU Admission 2020 FAQs - The University of Delhi has released DU application form 2020 as an admission-cum-online registration form for DU 2020 admission on June 20 in online mode. Many aspiring candidates do not have complete information with clarity when it comes to Delhi University admissions. As we are aware that candidates must be having numerous queries about the DU admission process, thus, we decided to enlist a variety of DU admission FAQs for the sake of their convenience. Candidates may have questions ranging from application forms, submission of admission fees, necessary documents to the merit list, cut off, and the process involved. Thus, with an objective to help DU aspirants in filling the application form and complete the admission process, Careers360 brings you ‘DU Admissions 2020 FAQs at one place so that you need not to look for them here and there.
LATEST: DU application form 2020 released on June 20
DU Admissions FAQs answers the frequently asked questions by applicants of Delhi University and ensure that nothing is missed by the aspirants about DU admission process. The DU admission process is completely online, including the payment of admission fee.
Read below DU 2020 FAQs
Ques 1. Do I need to fill up the DU application form in offline mode besides registering online for DU 2020 admissions?
Ans: NTA has released DU 2020 online application form on June 20 in online mode. Candidates need not fill any offline form. Moreover, you can click on DU application form 2020 to know the complete process and stages to fill DU application form.
Ques 2. Where are the open days held for DU Admission 2020?
Ans: Delhi University conducts Open days for DU 2020 admission between May and June at Conference Centre, Delhi University, North Campus.
Ques 3. How can I apply through ECA or Sports Quota?
Ans: Candidates need to fill an additional online application for DU Admissions 2020 if applying through ECA and Sports quota.
Ques 4. I have provided incorrect information while filling up the online registration form and also paid the online registration fees. What shall I do?
Ans: After payment of the online registration fee, corrections, additions, deletions etc. in any manner will not be allowed in the DU 2020 application form. The candidates are, therefore, advised to fill their forms carefully. An incorrect form will be summarily rejected. However, an applicant can start afresh by registering online again using the new registration id and password, and the applicant will need to submit an online registration fee again.
Ques 5. Can I apply for multiple courses in an online form?
Ans: Yes, candidates can apply for multiple courses for DU admission 2020 through a single online application form of Delhi University.
Ques 6. Is it important to have caste or tribe certificate in the name of a candidate?
Ans: Yes, if the candidate is applying under any reserved category (SC/ST/OBC/PH) then, he/she must upload the scanned copy of Caste/Tribe/PwD certificate. The certificate must be signed by any competent authority and the scanned copy should be self-attested. Moreover, the certificates should be in the name of a candidate. The OBC certificate must also specify that candidates belong to the non-creamy layer (NCL) and caste is listed in the Central Government list.
Ques 7. My result is yet to be declared, can I still submit an online registration form?
Ans: Yes, candidates can submit online DU application form by choosing the appropriate circle of ‘result awaited’ under result section, however, they have to fulfil the minimum eligibility conditions and meet the cut off list of that course/college during the stipulated period.
Ques 8. I belong to ST category and live in Manipur. How can I apply for undergraduate courses in your University?
Ans: You can apply through the online mode from your place itself. You only have to visit the college for getting the documents verified during the admission process of DU; else the admission process is completely online, this year.
Ques 9. Can an applicant for an undergraduate Honours Course be considered for admission in the non-Honours Programme in the same college or not?
Ans: Candidates can apply for all programmes/courses in which he or she intends to apply for admission, however, the admission will be offered only at par merit and upon fulfilment of eligibility conditions and meeting the cutoff marks.
Ques 10. During the online payment, the amount has been deducted from my account but I am still seeing the status 'pending' on UG admission portal.
Ans: Sometimes it takes time for the amount to be transferred to the university's account (i.e. realization of fee payment) hence you need to be patient for the time being. If your payment is not realized for more than two days then you may send an email to technical query mail-desk mentioning all the details of the transaction. The resolution of such type of queries will be taken up after the closing date of an online registration period.
Ques 11. Once DU Cutoffs are declared, will the admission be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis?
Ans: Delhi University doesn’t offer admission in its colleges on the first come–first serve policy. The DU admissions 2020 is offered only at through merit secured by applicants.
Ques 12. I have studied both commerce and accounts in my class XII. Which subject will I have to choose for my ‘best of four’?
Ans: You can choose both the subjects in your ‘Best of Four’ subjects. Candidates can also find here how to calculate best of four subjects’ marks.
Ques 13. I am a science student. Can I apply for Bachelor with honors in Arts/Humanities subjects?
Ans: You can apply for Bachelor with Honours in Arts/Humanities subjects provided you fulfill specific eligibility conditions for the programme and meet the requisite cut off.
Ques 14. Will there be any disadvantage for gap year candidates?
Ans: No, there won’t be any disadvantage for gap year students; however, they need to upload the necessary documents while applying for DU admission 2020.
Ques 15. Once I have taken admission in a particular subject, can I change my subject during the course of study or after completing first year?
Ans: No, once you are admitted in a particular subject, you can change your subject only before the last date of DU admissions 2020, provided seats are available and you meet the requisite cut off.
Ques 16. I have appeared in class 12th exam but failed to clear Mathematics. Then, I appeared in the compartment exam and cleared it. Now, I have two marks sheets, can I get admission?
Ans: Yes, candidates can get admission in Delhi University and will not be at any disadvantage, provided that the result of compartment exam is declared before the DU admission process is completed.
Ques 17. I did not have Mathematics in class 12th. Can I opt for Economics (H) or B. Com (H)?
Ans: No, candidates can’t opt for Economics (H) or B.Com (H) without having Mathematics at Class 12th.
Ques 18. Is a candidate required to be present in person on the day of admission?
Ans: Yes, the applicant must be present on the day of admission in the college along with the desired documents to get the same verified.
Ques 19. Can I take admission in two different/same courses in different colleges after the declaration of a cutoff?
Ans: No, candidates cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or the same courses in different colleges. In case a candidate has taken admission at two places, the admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.
Ques 20. I have appeared in class XII exam from CBSE Delhi. Will I get the advantage of being from Delhi?
Ans: No, there is no advantage for having studied in Delhi.
Ques 21. I have completed my class XII from NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling). Can I get admission in regular college?
Ans: Yes, candidates can get admission in regular course, provided they have applied in the course/college and meet the cut-off criterion for the same.
Ques 22. I have just passed class XII from outside Delhi with science subjects. Can I apply in Delhi University through the online application form of DU admissions 2020? I am also interested in applying at St. Stephens and Jesus Mary Colleges.
Ans: Yes, you can apply for undergraduate courses through the online DU application form as per the schedule. The online application form of DU 2020 is applicable for all courses and colleges where admission is not based on the entrance examination.
Ques 23. Can I fill online registration form even if I have a compartment in class XII?
Ans: Yes, you can fill online registration form even if you have a compartment in class XII. You will get admission only if you fulfil the minimum eligibility condition and meet DU 2020 cutoff list of the course/college during the stipulated period.
Ques 24. Can I enrol myself in a certificate language course along with my regular graduation course?
Ans: Yes, many colleges offer part-time certificate courses in office management, foreign languages etc. However, it is advisable not to enrol yourself for any of these during the 1st year. In the first year, candidates need to understand how the regular course works and then can plan your certificate course accordingly.
Ques 25. I was admitted under Sports Quota last year but could not clear the first year. Can I apply afresh and also change my course?
Ans: You can clear your first year as an ex-student if your internal assessment is complete (including attendance). In case you have not completed the above-said condition, then you must apply afresh.
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Questions related to DU
Best college for law in delhi university? And what is the minimum percentage of 12th required in DU? Is DU good for law?
There are so many good colleges in Delhi to study law course.
Those are as follows:-
1) National Law University
2) Jamia Milia Islamia University
3) Indian Law Institute
4) Jindal Global School
5) Delhi University
Among all of them Delhi University is best for LLB. For eligibility criteria is to score 75% marks in four subjects including 80% marks in English. Whereas, for obc it is minimum of 54% and passing marks are required for sc/st candidates.
Hope for the best.
Among information technology and mathematical innovation which branch is better for btech in delhi university?
Cluster Innovation Center (CIC) is the only college offering BTech that is affiliated to Delhi University. You must note that CIC offers BTech in only one branch that is Information Technology and Mathematical innovation, they both are in a single branch offered by CIC.
It is a 4 year long course, admission to which is done on the basis of 10+2 marks and Entrance test conducted by Delhi university (CIC). https://ducic.ac.in/Programs-BTech-IT-Course
For further doubts, ask us.
I Completed my 12 cbse board exams from non med stream though the result is not come yet I want to.take admission in du in BA Programme (history + pol sci) If I add physical education (optional subject in 12) will there be any deduction if I add physical ed. for doing BA program in best best 4 sub.
For admission in Delhi University in Bachelors of Arts (Programme) course from a Science background there is a deduction of percentage which generally depends on the college you are applying for.
From your Best four subjects of 10+2 some percentage is deducted when you change stream in Delhi University, no matter what all subjects you had in your class 12th. The deduction lies between 2-3% in different colleges. Mainly most of the colleges prefer 2.5% but colleges like Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College process admission with 3% deduction.
For further doubts, ask us.
how to apply to DU for pursuing BSc physics which is the best colleges and what are the required documents for registration may kindly have the details very fast
to apply for the B.Sc physics you need to fill the common application form of delhi university and to get college you need to wait till the delhi university releases its cutoffs
here are top colleges of delhi university offering B.Sc physics
1. St stephens college
2. hindu college
3. kirori mal college
4. ramjas college
5. sri venkateswar college
6. gargi college
and the documents you need to keep while filling the application are
1. a valid email ID
2. a valid mobile number
3. SC/ST/OBC/EWS/CW/KM certificate
4. OBC (Non creamy layer) certificate
5. EWS certificate from competent authority certifying the student can claim reservation under this category
6. class 10 and 12th marksheet and certificate
7. correct spelling of father's and mother's names
8. aadhar number
9. scanned images of passport sized
10. scannd images of signature in the prescribed dimensions (format and dimensions are given below)
11. credit card/debit card/net banking details (for online payment)
for more details regarding same go through the link mentioned below
du b.el.ed entrance exam is conducted online or offline ? if online how it is conducted what is the procedure , mean I dont know how online exams are conducted what should I do to prepare for it ?
National Testing Agency, NTA will conduct the Delhi University Entrance Test for various UG courses including B.El.Ed. in LAN based CBT( Computer Based Test), i.e. the test will be conducted in 24 cities of India at the online exam centers. Those centers are facilitated with PCs and the candidate is alloted a specific PC after the input of biometric information. Then you'll have to log in on the system using your credentials, provided a pen and paper for solving the questions, a timer will be running on each system, and after the end of test duration, the answer sheet will be automatically uploaded to the server.
The test will be of 2 hours duration or B.El.Ed., the Entrance test shall consist of 40 questions in English and Hindi, and 20 questions each in Mathematics, Science and Social Science. The q uestions will be from English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science till class 10th from NCERT Textbooks.
Hope this helps you