DU PG Exam Centres 2020 - National Test Agency (NTA) releases the DU PG 2020 exam centres. The official notification for admission has been released by NTA stating the dates of the examination which will be conducted by NTA itself. The online examination of DUET will be conducted from June 2 to June 9, 2020. The exam centres of DU PG 2020 mentions a list of towns/centres which are set to be the test centres where DUET will be conducted.
As per the ordinance of DU and NTA, last year, the online examination will be held in 18 cities of India. Those, who will be registering for the admission, can choose the DU PG 2020 exam centres according to their preferences and convenience. It must be noted that once the exam centre of DU PG 2020 has been allotted, it will not be changed under any circumstances. Candidates are also informed that the authority has all the rights to change DU PG 2020 exam centre without any prior notification.
DU PG Admission 2020 is conducted every for the candidates to get enrolled in DU’s various PG programmes. The online examination also take place outside the capital city for helping outstation students who may find difficult to come in Delhi to take the exam.
The National Test Agency has started conducting the Delhi University Entrance Test from the academic year 2020-20. There were 18 cities allotted as the exam centres of DU PG 2020 where the online examination was held. These DU PG exam centres are given in the table below.
It must be noted, the DU PG 2020 exam centres may be changed. In that case, we will further keep updating DU PG exam centres 2020.
Punjab and Haryana
Preference will be given the exam centres according to the number of candidates taking the examination in the same DU PG exam centre.
The candidates will get the chance to choose any one of the DU PG exam centre 2020 when they are filling out the application form for admission. It must be noted that after completion of application form and fee submission, the chosen exam centres will not be changed under any circumstances.
DU reserves the right to cancel or change any test centres without any prior notification to the candidates.
The candidates are highly notified that it is very important to carry their with them while visiting the exam centre.
One passport sized coloured photograph, any one of the following IDs issued by Govt. of India for identification purpose (PAN card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card/Ration Card), PWD certificate (if the candidate is differently abled) should be carried by the candidates.
Candidates must make sure that they appear in the allotted exam centre half an hour before the commencement of the examination.
The exact address of the exam centres for DU PG 2020 will be mentioned on the admit card of the candidates.
No electronic devices, like mobile phones, calculators, smartwatch, pager wtc. are allowed to be carried inside the exam centre.
No, the allotted city will be decided as the final DU PG exam centre 2020 for the examination. The university will not entertain any application for the change of the exam centres.
No, the admit cards will be provided through the online mode only. The candidates can generate it through their registered account.
No, the candidate is required to sign on the admit card in front of the invigilator during the entrance test.
The date of entrance examination for different courses will be announced on the PG admission portal and will also be printed on the admit card.
The information related with the centre will be announced on the PG admission portal. The information will also be provided on your admit card.
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Duet Eligibility criteria is distinctive for various course. The base qualification necessity for various courses are given underneath
Duet Eligibility Criteria 2020 for BTech
Competitors more likely than not passed Class 12 with 60% checks in total in four subjects which must incorporate Mathematics as obligatory subject.
Duet Eligibility Criteria 2020 for BA Hons Humanities and Social Sciences
Up-and-comers more likely than not verified at any rate 60% stamps in four subjects in Class 12.
Duet Eligibility Criteria 2020 for BA Hons Multimedia and Mass Communication Eligibility Criteria
Up-and-comers probably passed class 12 or comparable assessment with 75% stamps in four subjects. They more likely than not verified 85% in English. Up-and-comers can incorporate Mass Media Studies as a scholastic subject among best four subjects.
This is the eligibility criteria for duet.
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After B.Sc you can opt for MSc(mathematics).MSc in Mathematics lies in understanding how different types of maths are categorized. Instead of focusing on a particular type of mathematics such as algebra or calculus, a postgraduate degree MSc in Mathematics allows students to concentrate on number theory and advanced mathematical methods that tie together all the different forms of mathematics they have likely already learned. One can learn abstract concepts used in modern mathematics, and develop the ability to grasp their underlying truths.
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Many of the colleges offer courses in both in English or hindi medium. You can chose any of medium as your need. For example you can go for PGDAV if want hindi medium for history.
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