How to fill DU Application Form 2020 - The first and foremost step of applying for DU admission is by registering and filling the DU application form. The process of filling out the application form is entirely in online mode. For all the DU affiliated colleges, there is one common DU application form 2020 (except St. Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College). Since the process of filling out the application form for DU admission 2020 is a little time-consuming and tedious process, Careers360 brings to you complete set of instructions on ‘How to fill DU application form 2020’. With almost nine steps and seven sections to provide details, it becomes complicated for candidates to go through each and every step with great attention. Therefore, they can follow the points given below on how to fill DU application form with every step chronologically ordered and with the visual representation.
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Before beginning with the steps, candidates must make sure that they keep certain requisite documents with themselves so that the sessions do not expire while you are fetching for them. Also, keeping documents in dimensions prescribed by the university will help in lowering the risk of getting the candidate’s DU application form rejected. Candidates can read further to know the steps on how to fill the DU 2020 application form, how to remit the fee, how to avail for Sports/ECA quota, etc.
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If we summarize the whole process of filling the DU application form, the following fours steps can be derived-
Step 1. Registration
Step 2. DU Admission Form filling
Step 3. Upload Documents
Step 4. Payment of DU application form
Candidates must make sure to keep the following documents beforehand while filling the application form of DU 2020. This will ensure that the sessions do not expire while you are fetching for required documents. Also, keeping documents in dimensions prescribed by the university will help in lowering the risk of getting the candidate’s DU application form rejected.
Passport size photograph
Self-attested Class X certificate/mark sheet
Class XII mark sheet
Self-attested copy of SC/ST/OBC/PWD/KM/CW valid certificate
OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate
Self-attested copies of Sports/ECA certificates
Candidates can go through the following detailed steps to fill their DU application forms. The steps are given with images for referential purposes which can help candidates visually.
The very first of applying for DU admission is to register and create an account on the official website of the University of Delhi.
Visit the official website of the University of Delhi and click on ‘UG Admission’
A new tab will open showing disclaimer and the list of documents to be kept before filling the DU 2020 application form.
Click on the ‘New Registration’ option and fill all the details
Click on ‘Register’
The university will show the candidate’s username and password which must be kept carefully.
After registering, the university will also send an OTP to the registered mobile number which must be filled in a newly opened tab.
After entering the OTP, click on ‘Submit OTP’.
A confirmation notification will be presented on the login screen in green colour font stating the account has been verified and candidates can continue to login and fill their application forms.
This notification marks the successful registration and now comes the time to fill your application form.
Step 2. Filling the DU Application Form
Enter registered email and password to login.
Once logged in, the university will again open a page stating all the documents needed to be kept ready. Click on ‘Submit’ after reading the instructions.
The very first section is of Personal Section where candidates will be needed to fill their personal details given as follows-
Personal Details (Candidate’s name, Date of Birth, EMail ID, Candidate’s Aadhar Card Number, Category, Mobile Number, Gender,
Family Details (Mother’s name and her occupation, Father’s name and his occupation)
Ward Quota Details (University of Delhi Ward Quota)
Other Category/Quota Details (PWD, Kashmiri Migrant, Children/Widows of Armed Forces Personnel, Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme for J&K candidates, Sikkimese students nominated by the Govt.)
Bank Details for Refund
After clicking on ‘Submit’, there will come a pre-filled section of ‘Personal Details’. The candidates can click on ‘Edit’ the form or ‘Next’ to continue with the filled-in information.
After clicking on ‘Next’, the candidates will be directed to the ‘Academic’ section. Here the candidates will have to fill information related to their academic qualifications mentioned below.
Board of education
Board Roll Number
Year of Passing
Subjects that were taken in the boards
Practical Marks (if any)
Name of school last attended
Type of school
Medium of study
After filling academic details, a new tab will be opened with another section called ‘Merit’. Here the candidates will have all the courses ticked and all a candidate has to do is untick the courses that they do not want.
Click on ‘Submit’ once the DU courses 2020 are unticked.
If the candidates want to apply for admission through an entrance test, then this section is for them.
Click on ‘Yes’ and the candidates will be shown all the courses that can be applied for an entrance test. Or else, just select No.
This section is for candidates who wish to apply for the Sports category.
Select ‘yes’ from the drop-down options and choose the game. The window will, later, show the sports available in different DU colleges 2020 along with the position.
The candidates can choose up to three events of the competition in which they were awarded.
If the candidates want to go for admission through ECA category, they can select the extra- curricular activity from the drop-down and the specialization.
The next section will be of ‘Upload’ section.
The candidates will be needed to upload the requisite documents and make sure that they follow the resolution format.
After uploading, click ‘Next’.
Step 4. Pay the DU Application Form fee
After uploading, the window will now show the final preview of a fully filled-in DU application form. The candidates can tick on ‘I Agree’ after reading the Terms and Conditions, and then click on ‘Payment’ to remit the application fee.
After clicking on ‘Payment’ option, the site will ask the candidates to verify the details by ticking against the checkboxes. The candidates will be redirected to the payment getaway to make the payments through their Debit Card/Credit card/Netbanking. Or, the candidates can click on ‘Home (Pay Later)’ to make the payments later.
If the candidates click on ‘Payment Gateway’, they will have the options to pay the
application fee via Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking or UPI. the candidates will be needed to fill in their mobile number (which will be already filled in), Email ID and Payer Name. After filling in the information, the candidates can click on ‘Proceed Now’ to make the payment.
Sometimes it happens that candidates forget where they have noted down the password or simply do not remember the login credentials. In such cases, candidates will have to follow the following steps which will help in retrieving their passwords.
Step 1. Visit the official website of the University of Delhi
Step 2. Click on the ‘Login’ option to open the login window
Step 3. Click on ‘Forgot Password?’ option
Step 4. Provide the Registered email ID and click on ‘Send OTP’ option to receive One Time Password to your registered mobile number.
Step 5. Candidates will get an OTP on their registered mobile number with the help of which they will be able to reset their password
Step 6. Enter the received OTP and type a new password
Step 7. Click on ‘Submit OTP’
Step 8. Candidates are suggested to keep their newly chosen password with them properly.
(Note: If candidates forget or lose their password again, they can follow the similar steps given above.)
Once the account of the candidate is registered, the university will send a confirmation mail to their registered Email ID. If, in case, they do not receive any confirmation mail, they can follow the given steps to get one again from the authorities.
Step 1. Visit the official website of DU
Step 2. Enter the login window of the DU application form
Step 3. Click on ‘Resend Confirmation Mail’ to get another mail
Step 4. Enter your Registered Email
Step 5. Click on ‘Resend’
Step 6. The university will send another confirmation mail to your registered mail.
(Note: Do not forget to check your Spam folder too in case you do not find any mail in your General folder.)
The admission to various undergraduate programmes in DU affiliated colleges is done on the basis of the Class XII marks provided on the application forms by candidates. Amongst the subjects, candidates are required to calculate their ‘Best of four’ aggregate marks keeping certain subjects in hand. In order to calculate the best of four marks, candidates must have four subjects, the terms and conditions of which are given as follows-
2 academic/elective subjects
1 language subject (can be core/elective/functional)
1 subject in which the admission is being sought after
If an applicant has scored: Physics (96), Chemistry (92), English Core (90) and Mathematics (94), Economics (83).
Case 1: Total marks in four subjects are 96+92+90+94=372, Percentage is 93%.
The effective percentage for B.A. (Hons.) History is 93% - 2.5% = 90.5%
B.A. (Hons.) English is 93% (as economics is not considered in Best Four)
Case 2: Total marks in four subjects are 96+90+94+83=363, Percentage is 90.75%.
The effective percentage for B.A. (Hons.) Economics is 90.75%
Comparing Case 1 and Case 2 - Best Four for B.A. (Hons.) Economics is 90.75%
The University of Delhi has set up academic criteria or standard according to which the candidates are enrolled in various UG programmes offered by the university. The set-up standard is called the eligibility criteria, which must be fulfilled by candidates if he/she wishes to seek admission in any course. The basic and general DU 2020 eligibility criteria that all the candidates must fulfil (irrespective of courses or category) is to be a pass out of Class XII from a recognised board.
Before filling the DU application form, candidates must make sure to check the DU eligibility criteria. Failing to fulfil the criteria will lead in candidates losing their allotted seat at the later stages of admission. Therefore, it is highly suggested that they check the prescribed DU eligibility criteria 2020.
DU B. Com Eligibility Criteria
DU B. Sc. Eligibility Criteria
DU BA Eligibility Criteria
No, if you’ve already submitted your pre-registration form online and made your payment then there’s no need to fill the offline form.
Yes, if you are applying under any reserved category (SC/ST/OBC/EwS), then you must have the SC/ST/OBC//EwS certificate. The OBC certificate must also specify that candidate belongs to non-creamy layer.
Yes, you can still submit the online registration form by choosing “Awaited” in the drop-down menu of “Result Status” on “Academic Details” page/section. However, you must make sure that you fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria course during the stipulated period.
No, without Mathematics, you are not eligible for the above courses.
No, that will not be possible. You cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or same courses in different colleges. In case you take admission at two places, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.
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Doing BA in political science from Amity University will cost you much as it's fees is high which will increase the total educational expenditure. You further have to do masters to make this degree useful although you will get good exposure and experience of learning.
Doing political science honours from government university is the best option. If not in North campus, you will definitely get admission in the colleges of South campus of DU if your percentage is not above than 90 percent.
The fees of government college is reasonable for BA hons.
Hope it helps :)
For B.A course in Delhi University,candidate can either apply through Merit Basis or through entrance exam for B.A hons.
In merit basis,12th marks would be considered and the cut off through Merit Basis is very high,but as you have mentioned that you belong to OBC,but still you need at least 94+% in 12th to get admission in best colleges of Delhi University through merit basis.
Now,talking about the entrance exam,you have to appear for DU JAT exam for UG courses such as BA hons,BBA and BMS. To get more information about this exam,you can check it out here
I Hope This Helps
Best Of Luck!!!
I hope you don't prefer to write entrance exams.The best B.A Political Science (hons)courses are offered by colleges under Delhi University only.
This includes Lady Shri Ram college for women which is one of the best Arts colleges in our country and the political science course offered here is the best .
The admission is done through calculating the best four percentages from +2 marks . You can take admission once you clear the cutoffs and other eligibility criteria. There is no entrance exam for this course.
Hope this helps.
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