DU Courses 2019
Vishwas Garia, 31 May 2019, #DU

DU Courses 2019 - The University of Delhi has released the list of DU 2019 courses offered by the university along with the admission notification on May 30, 2019. The courses of DU 2019 are the different undergraduate programmes offered by the colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi. The University of Delhi offers 75 different DU Courses 2019 under the three-year Undergraduate Programme in the colleges affiliated to the University. DU 2019 Courses gives the candidate an overview of the different subjects divided under the three streams namely Arts, Science and Commerce. Candidates who wish to apply for the different programmes must check the eligibility criteria specified for the different programmes. Delhi University admissions in UG course has begun the application process on May 30, 2019. The application forms have to be submitted online along with the application fee. Candidates can select any number of programmes on their DU 2019 application form. Scroll down to check the complete list of both merit-based and entrance based programmes of DU 2019.

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DU Courses 2019 - List of Programmes offered

DU 2019 Courses - Merit Based Programmes

ScienceCommerceArts

B.Sc. (Gen) Mathematics

B.Com.

B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in Arabic

B.Sc (Hon) Instrumentation

B.Com. and B.com.(Hons.) (Compulsory Language Courses) in Punjabi

B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Arabic

B.Sc (Hon) Anthropology

Philosophy Paper & Political Science Paper

B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Buddhist Studies

B.Sc (Hon) Bio-Chemistry

B.Com. & Compensation Laws

B.A. Programme (compulsory Language Course (Assamese, Bengali, etc.)

B.Sc (Hon) Biomedical Science

B.Com. (Hons.)

B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses (Assamese, Bengali, etc.)

B.Sc (Hon) Botany

B.Com. and B.Com.(Hons.) (Compulsory Language Courses) in Punjabi

B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Hindi

B.Sc (Hon) Chemistry

Philosophy Paper & Political Science Paper

B.A. Programme (Language Courses) in Hindi

B.Sc (Hon) Computer Science

B.Com. (Hons.) Corporate Laws

B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Urdu

B.Sc (Hon) Electronics


B.A. Programme (Language Courses) in Urdu

B.Sc (Hon) Food Technology


B.A. Programme (Language Courses) in Linguistics

B.Sc (Hon) Geology


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Statistics

B.Sc (Hon) Home Science


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Operational Research

B.Sc (Hon) Mathematics


B.A. Programme (Discipline and Application Courses) in music

B.Sc (Hon) Physics


B.A. Programme (Discipline & Language Courses) in Persian

B.Sc (Hon) Microbiology


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Philosophy

B.Sc (Hon) Polymer Science


B.A Programme (Discipline courses) in Punjabi

B.Sc (Hon) Biological Science


B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in Punjabi

B.Sc (Hon) Statistics


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses ) in Sanskrit

B.Sc (Hon) Zoology


B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in Sanskrit

B.Sc (Hon) Applied Life Science


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Psychology

B.Sc (Hon) Applied Science


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Mathematics

B.Sc (Hon) Applied Physical Science


B.A. Programme (Application Courses) in Mathematics

B.Sc (Hon) Applied Physical Science (Analytical Chemistry)


B.A. Programme (Application and Discipline Courses) in Computer Science

B.Sc (Hon) Applied Physical Science (Industrial Chemistry)


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Commerce

B.Sc (Hon) Industrial Chemistry


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Physical Education

B.Sc (Hon) Life Sciences


B.A. Programme (Application Courses) in Physical Education

B.Sc (Hon) Physical Science


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Home Science:- Food Technology, Apparel Design & Construction, Family and Child Welfare, Nutrition & Health Education

B.Sc (Hon) Physical Education and Sports Sciences


B.A. Programme (Application and Foundation Courses)

B.Sc (Hon) Physical Science Computer Science


B.A. (Programme) Discipline Course in French

B.Sc (Hon) Physical Science with Chemistry


B.A. (Programme) Discipline Course in German

B.Sc (Hon) Physical Science with Computer


B.A. (Programme) Discipline Course in Spanish

B.Sc (PEHES)


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Sociology

B.Sc. (MT) Radiography


B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Geography



B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Political Science



B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Economics



B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in History



B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in English



B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in English



B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Course in Bengali) for course 'B' and 'C'



B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Course in Tamil) for course 'B' and 'C'



B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Course in Sindhi, Telugu, Assamese and Manipuri) for course 'B' and 'C'



B.A. (Vocational Studies) Programme



B.A. Functional Hindi for Semester I



B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Education


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DU Courses 2019 - Entrance Based Programmes

Name of Institution

Courses

Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities

B.A. (Honours) Business Economics Bachelor of Management Studies

Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis)

Cluster Innovation Centre

B.Tech. (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations)

B.A. Honours (Humanities & Social Sciences)

Faculty of Education

Bachelors of Elementary Education

Faculty of Inter-disciplinary & Applied Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports (B.Sc. [PE, HE &S])

Indraprastha College for Women

B.A. (Honours) Multimedia and Mass Communication

Music and Fine Arts

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Hindustani Music- Vocal/Instrumental (Sitar/Sarod/Guitar/Violin/Santoor)

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Carnatic Music Vocal/Instrumental (Veena/ Violin) Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Percussion Music (Tabla/Pakhawaj)

Faculty of Social Sciences

Five-Year Integrated Programme in Journalism in Delhi School of Journalism


Apart from the above-mentioned courses the University of Delhi also offers the following Programmes

  • Bachelor of Business Studies

  • Bachelor of Financial and Investment Analysis

  • BFA Fine Arts

  • Bachelor of Elementary Education

  • B.Ed

  • B.Ed. Special Education MR

  • B.El.Ed

  • B.Ed. Home Science

  • B.P.Ed.

  • B.L.I.S

  • Bachelor of Engineering

DU 2019 courses - PG Programmes

The University of Delhi offers various PG programmes for the candidates who wish to seek admission in DU. Some of the DU PG programmes are entrance based and merit-based. (Table 1). Some of the admission in other programmes are mostly entrance based (Table 2). Some of the PG programmes require interview criteria after the DU entrance examination. (Table 3)

Table 1: PG programmes with entrance based and merit-based

Arts

Commerce

Science

M.A. Arabic

M.Com

M.Sc. Anthropology

M.A. Buddhist Studies


M.Sc. Forensic Science

M.A. English


M.Sc. Botany

M.A. French Studies


M.Sc./M.Sc.- PhD Combined Degree course - Biomedical Sciences

M.A. German Studies


M.Sc. Chemistry

M.A. Hispanic Studies


M.Sc. Environmental Studies

M.A. Italian Studies


M.Sc. Bio-Chemistry

M.A. Hindi


M.Sc. Electronics

M.A. Linguistics


M.Sc. Genetics

M.A. Bengali


M.Sc. Informatics

M.A. Comparative Indian Literature


M.Sc. Microbiology

M.A. Tamil


M.Sc. Plant Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

M.A. Persian


M.Sc. Mathematics

M.A. Philosophy


M.Sc. Computer Science

M.A. Psychology


M.Sc. Operational Research

M.A. Psychology


M. Sc. Statistics

M.A. Punjabi


M.Sc. Anthropology

M.A. Sanskrit


M.Sc. Forensic Science

M.A. in Russian Studies


M.Sc. Botany

M.A. Urdu


M.Sc. Chemistry

M.A. Environmental Studies


M.Sc. Environmental Studies

M. A. Mathematics


M.Sc. Geology

M.A. Statistics


M.Sc. Human Development & Childhood Studies

M.A. Environmental Studies


M.Sc. Food & Nutrition



M.Sc. Fabric & Apparel Science



M.Sc. Development Communication & Extension



M.Sc. Resource Management & Design Application



M.Sc. Physics



M.Sc. Zoology



M.A. Lifelong Learning & Extension



M.A. East Asian Studies



M.A. Japanese



M.A. Economics



M.A. Geography



M.A. History



M.A. in Political Science



M.A. Social Work



M.A. Sociology



M.Sc. (Mathematics Education)


Table 2: PG Programmes (Entrance based only)

Arts

Science

M.A. Buddhist Studies

M.Sc. Genetics

M.A. Linguistics

M.Sc. Informatics

M.A. in Russian Studies

M.Sc. Plant Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

M. A. Applied Operational Research

M.Sc. Operational Research

M.A. Environmental Studies

M.Sc. Applied Operational Research

M.A. Lifelong Learning & Extension

M.Sc. Forensic Science

M.A. East Asian Studies

M.Sc./M.Sc.- PhD Combined Degree course - Biomedical Sciences

M.A. Japanese

M.Sc. Environmental Studies

M.A. Social Work


M.Sc. (Mathematics Education)



Table 3: PG Programmes having Interviews after Entrance Exam and their weightage

Courses/Programmes

Weightage

M.Sc. Plant Molecular Biology

15%

M.Sc. (Informatics)

15%

M.A. Social Work

15%

M.Sc. Operational Research

15%

M.A./M.Sc. Applied Operational Research

15%

M.A. in Applied Psychology

15%

M.A. Psychology

15%

M.A German Studies

15%

M.A Hispanic Studies

15%

M.A Italian Studies

15%

M.A French Studies

15%


DU Seat Matrix 2019

The University of Delhi has many colleges being accredited under it which focus on providing plenty of courses to the aspirants. The DU 2019 seat matrix includes the number of seats available in the colleges and each of its courses. The seat matrix of DU 2019 lets the candidates know about the colleges and all the courses that it will offer to the aspirants.

DU college predictor 2019 lets the candidates know which college they can get through by just putting in their 'Best of Four' aggregate marks. The predictor takes help of last year's cutoff trend to predict the colleges.

To know about the details of the seat allotment in the DU courses 2019 and their annual fee distribution - Click here

DU University Admission 2019 - Important Points

Delhi University released the application forms for DU Admissions on May 30, 2019. Candidates who wish to apply for the different programmes must check the eligibility criteria prescribed for the different undergraduate programmes. Candidates can also check the eligibility criteria while filling the application form.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - DU Courses 2019

Question: Is there any entrance examination for DU 2019 cousrse?

Answer:

Yes, for PG and few UG programmes the university conducts an entrance test called Delhi University Entrance Test.

Question: When will Delhi University Entrance Test be conducted?

Answer:

The entrance examination of Delhi University 2019 was conducted from July 3 to July 8, 2019.

Question: Does Delhi University offers any admission through Sports Quota?

Answer:

Yes, the university offers admission into some seats through sports quota considering 27 sports.

Question: What are some Humanities programmes offered through DU admission 2019?

Answer:

B.A Hons. Economics, B.A Hons. Philosophy, B.A Hons. History, B.A Hons. Sociology, etc. are few prorammes offered in Humanities through DU 2019 admission.

Question: Name few language programmes for postgraduation offered at DU colleges?

Answer:

M.A Linguistics, M.A Arabic, M.A Japanese, M.A Sanskrit, etc. are few language courses in post graduation offered at various DU colleges.

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can u please suggest a good book for preparation for du ll.m. entrance. what about preparing from 10 year is that useful.

Ronak Gala Student Expert 22nd Oct, 2019

Haha.. You think you can prepare for a exam for 10 long years? You must be 12/13 years old kid then right? Chill brother, I can understand you really aim to crack the exam and thats why you asked this question but relax, things are not that difficult. Your mind must be bit immature and less knowledgeable to understand the concepts of the things that you are going to face after 8/10 years. So it's okay, the year of entrance is enough and more if you stay focused and dedicated at that point of time. So don't worry, you'll surely be able to crack the exam provided your commitment towards it's the bestesssttt.

About the books now, For Environmental law M. C. Mehta cases, the cases dealing with Public Trust doctrine, the cases of the one prohibiting passive smoking in public places, and different doctrines, the provisions, acts, cases dealing with the National Green Tribunal will suffice. And since the Constitution is the Fundamental law of the land so every one of us have much knowledge about the same either be it through political science knowledge acquired during the school or college life or garnered through observing the day to day happenings or policy decisions taken at the government level. These ones at least remind us at least once that every single thing is happening as per our constitution. Remaining ones of the Constitution most of us, may have learnt at the LL. B. itself.

And thereafter you must remember the names of last year's landmark Supreme Court's judgments.

As far as International law and jurisprudence are concerned then I must without a chunk of hesitation, say that you will have to cram it up.

Thereafter if you wish to practice upon it (the ones which you have learnt through the bare acts, books) then you can do so by taking up and solving the guide of A. K. Jain or universal which ever you like and work upon it, ponder upon it.

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I want to apply for llb 3 years programme. Does DU provide this course?How can I apply for this and what is the criteria and eligibility?

Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 21st Oct, 2019
Hello.
Yes, DU definitely provide LLB 3 year course, you can apply for this course by appearing in DU LLB entrance examination, this examination is conducted by national test agency and as for general category is considered so you need to have at least 50% in this examination to qualify it, you can check eligibility criteria for this course by going on the below page:
https://law.careers360.com/articles/du-llb-eligibility-criteria
Best of luck.
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PU vs DU which is better for law ? why ?

Devraj choudhary Student Expert 21st Oct, 2019

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Its obivious that Delhi University is very popular than Punjab University.  So, DU is better. The facilities you get in DU you will get is very better than that you PU. And also in case of placement you will get still higher and better opportunities than PU. All thing location, labs ,faculty, hostels are better.

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I m doing ba program maths + eco from du . I want to do bsc maths hons but my % was 2% short . what should be a better option for me.

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 20th Oct, 2019
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Don't worry, Economics is also a good subject and trust me you will lots of options after this course and its good that you have also kept maths.
After graduation, a masters degree or an MBA, right after an economics undergraduate is a great way to pave a path for a successful career in various sectors including research.

You can also appear for government jobs like the The Indian Economic Services, the Reserve Bank of India and PSUs.
Financial or Investment analysis are the typical job profiles for an economics graduate. And if you have a good score in your undergraduate then you have excellent chances of getting to work for a big MNC like Deloitte, Bain & Co. or McKinsey.
Overall is a very good course and you just need to study this with all your heart and you will definitely make a good career afterwards.

I hope this helps.
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I studying in ba program maths+eco from du , is there any scope in this course . what should I do after completing my graduation.

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 20th Oct, 2019
Hello,


Don't worry, Economics is also a good subject and trust me you will lots of options after this course and its good that you have also kept maths.
After graduation, a masters degree or an MBA, right after an economics undergraduate is a great way to pave a path for a successful career in various sectors including research.

You can also appear for government jobs like the The Indian Economic Services, the Reserve Bank of India and PSUs.
Financial or Investment analysis are the typical job profiles for an economics graduate. And if you have a good score in your undergraduate then you have excellent chances of getting to work for a big MNC like Deloitte, Bain & Co. or McKinsey.
Overall is a very good course and you just need to study this with all your heart and you will definitely make a good career afterwards.

I hope this helps.
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