Delhi University is likely to continue with 10 or more cut off lists under its 2014 undergraduate admission process which is scheduled to begin from June 2.
According to Dr Gulshan Varshney, dean, students’ welfare, DU, the number of cut off lists for undergraduate admission process can go beyond the limit if required. He said, this year Delhi University may go to the extent of 10 or even more cutoff list if required. “This year we have made provision for 10 cut off lists. But we can go beyond the set limit if seats in some colleges still remain vacant,” he said.“Everything you wanted to know about DU admissions is here. Predict your college, get latest updates, trends and insights on DU admissions. Click Here“
The central university had earlier announced that it will go with five cut off lists for the 2014 undergraduate admission.
The University is scheduled to release the list of first 10 cut-offs in a window of 30 days beginning June 24. According to University officials, the dates of the release of DU’s 10 cut off lists are June 24, June 27, July 1, July 4, July 8, July 11, July 14, July 16, July 18 and July 21 respectively.
Under the other major changes announced recently, DU has scrapped its earlier procedure of listing colleges in its centralized admission forms. This time, the forms will be concerned with only the courses which the students want to pursue but not with the colleges.
Following this decision, students will be able to be eligible for admissions in as many colleges as possible based on the cut-offs.
Delhi University is also conducting open day sessions to address queries of the prospective students and their parents regarding undergraduate admissions since May 21. The Open Days will continue till May 30.
As announced earlier, the admission process of 2014-15 will start on June 2 for about 54,000 undergraduate seats available in different courses in 65 colleges of Delhi University. The University officials expect over 3,00,000 applications for its undergraduate seats this year. Last year, 2,56,024 candidates applied for different undergraduate programmes in the University.
The DU Faculty of Arts has a capacity of around 7,000 undergraduate seats in its 46 colleges. It includes top-ranking Arts colleges like St. Stephen’s College, Lady Shri Ram College, Miranda House, Hindu College, etc, known for their academic quality, reputed faculty members and co-curricular activities apart from the state of the art infrastructure.
The Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies of Delhi University has a capacity of around 6,000 undergraduate seats in its 42 colleges. It includes top-ranking Commerce colleges like Shri Ram College of Commerce and Lady Shri Ram College for Women, known for their academic quality, respected faculty members and extra-curricular activities. Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies has two departments functioning under it, namely, Department of Commerce and Department of Financial Studies.
The Faculty of Science and Mathematical Sciences has a capacity of around 11,000 undergraduate seats in its 41 colleges. It includes top-ranking Science colleges like St. Stephen’s College, Miranda House, Hansraj College, Hindu College etc, known for their academic quality, reputed faculty members and co-curricular activities apart from the state of the art infrastructure.
Delhi University offers 15 college hostels for the candidates pursuing undergraduate courses from the central university.
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Yes you can apply to upcoming admission forms of Delhi University if you are in class 12th . The admission in most of the courses will be on the basis of merit cut off. If you are eligible for it , then you can apply to various colleges. So whenever the Delhi university forms are available, you can apply to it.
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DU JAT happens to be a national level entrance exam conducted for admission to professional undergraduate programmes offered by 18 colleges affiliated to Delhi University. The entrance exam acts as a gateway to the courses of BBA, BMS and BA (Hons) in Business Economics.
The DU JAT scores will enable a candidate to get admitted in one of the 18 colleges under Delhi University.
As per previous years cut-offs data, one needs to have a DUJAT score of atleast 230 in order to get admission into SSCBS and a minimum score of 200 to seek admission into DDU.
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Yes obviously, you can take admission in Delhi University (DU) for B.Tech without appearing for JEE-Mains exam. DU conducts it's own entrance test for admission in B.Tech course which is provided by only one college of DU that is Cluster Innovation Center. Through JEE-Mains you can only take admission in institutes associated with JEE-Mains.
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As per the rules of the university, you must fulfill the following eligibility criteria:-
Since you didn't pursue English or related disciplines in graduation you cannot do MA.
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