Delhi College of Arts & Commerce (DCAC) is one of the prestigious colleges under Delhi University (DU). It is a premier higher education institute, imparting holistic professional and vocational education. The college is committed to actively engaging students to pursue excellence in all aspects. It is the pioneer institute to introduce 3 year Hons. programme in Journalism.
Students can apply online for all UG courses by visiting the official website of the Delhi College of Arts & Commerce (DCAC). Final selection is done on the basis of first & second cutoff list declared by DCAC.
The admission to DCAC is expected to begin in the month of June. The college will release its cut-off lists along with the other colleges of the university. the expected admission schedule is given below:
|Online registration process||June 1, 2017 to June 22, 2017|
|First cut-off list||June 30, 2017|
|Second cut-off list||July 5, 2017|
|Third cut-off list||July 11, 2017|
|Fourth cut-off list||July 15, 2017|
|Sixth cut-off list||July 20, 2017|
|Vacant seats cut-off list||After July 23, 2017|
DCAC offers UG courses under its various departments. All the courses are for the duration of 3 years. The syllabus for each course has been designed to equip the students with intellectual and inter-disciplinary approach. The admission criteria are discussed below:
|B.A (Hons.) Economics||45% minimum aggregate marks and Higher Secondary pass with one language subject and 3 best elective subjects.|
|B.A (Hons.) English|
|B.A (Hons.) Journalism|
|B.A (Hons.) History|
|B.A (Hons.) Political Science|
The college released its first cut-off list for the admission to the session 2016-17. The students are advised to consider the cut-off list mentioned below for the reference and expected cut-off for the session 2017-18.
|Course||General (%)||OBC (%)||SC/ ST/ PWD/ K- in June, M (%)|
|B.A (Hons.) Economics||97||94||92|
|.A (Hons.) English||96.75||93.75||91.75|
|B.A (Hons.) Journalism||93.5||90.5||88.5|
|B.A (Hons.) History||97||94||92|
|B.A (Hons.) Political Science||95||92||90|
The admission for the regular courses are conducted from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. After the release of the second cut-off list, seats for many courses were full and therefore the admissions were closed. Given below is the second cut-off list announced by the college for the session of 2016-17.
|Course||General (%)||OBC (%)||SC/ ST/ PWD/ KM (%)|
|B.A (Hons.) Economics||96.75||93||91|
|B.A (Hons.) English||96.50||92.75||91|
|B.A (Hons.) Journalism||93.25||90||87.5|
|B.A (Hons.) History||96.75||93||91|
|B.A (Hons.) Political Science||94.5||91||88.5|
Delhi University (DU), the prestigious university which attracts students from all over the India, offers admission under several specializations of B.A, B.Sc & B.Com which is going to start from June 01, 2017. Mode of application is both online and offline. Last date for submission of application is June 19, 2017 read more
I didn't give many miscellaneous exams but BMS. Although, I did try really hard to get in through ECA trials in music. English was always my passion, but so was music, which is why I yearned for North Campus. I started off by taking admission in Motilal Nehru College. From then in the next list, I jumped to ARSD, and finally in the very unexpected 8th cut-off list, I got DCAC. That was the best decision ever.
You got to have decent 12th Board Examination Marks to Enter in to DCAC in good courses. After the Board Exams, they will publish the cut off list like any other DU College which will decide whether you can take admission in college or not
There was no entrance exam and admissions were taken on the basis of the percentage acquired in 12th class. I chose the course because i did not make it to NIFT Delhi which was my first option but this being the second option to reach to masses, i joined this course.
Well due to my business i did not take any entrance and i choose DCAC as it is well reputed college and i did fall in their percentage criteria as well.
There was no entrance exam for Journalism 2013 admission. Admission was purely based on percentage. I scored 96.25 and got in the second cut off. I opted for this DCAC because it is rated amongst the top most colleges for Journalism.
CBSE boards -83.75%, i opted for this particular college as the economics faculty is good so is the campus.
Admission on the basis of merit of 12 class got 95% in best four.
I got 87% in 12. On percentage basis I got admission. No entrance exam is given in my college Its a good college.
Board exams of 12th - 94.5%. Admission through cut off
No entrance exam was conducted.The admission was on the basis of class 12th percentage.The college issues it's cutoff lists.The students who have the required percentage are eligible for getting admission.