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Top Colleges That Overlook Your 12th Result and Rely on Entrance Exams

Top Colleges That Overlook Your 12th Result and Rely on Entrance Exams

Last Modified : May 04, 2019

An undergraduate degree acts as a foundation stone in the future of every child and holds great importance in the industry. However, many students who possess an abundant amount of intellectual skills but are unable to attain a good percentage in high school are usually deprived of obtaining a quality education. To get these students down the line, some institutions give less importance to the matriculation mark sheets and conduct a series of entrance exams as well as group discussions and interviews to test their knowledge level.

As “Central Board of Secondary Education” declared the 12th class results on May 2, most of the students are looking forward to getting through for further studies on the basis of merit. Still, there are some institutions that give admission through entrance examinations:-

1. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (Delhi University)

The most pristine institute of the Delhi University, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies has been fulfilling the dreams of thousands of students every year and inducts students through an entrance examination DU JAT. This entrance examination entitles the students to be a part of BBS/BMS/BFIA programs.

Eligibility Criteria

Students must have passed 10+2 with a minimum of 50 percent marks and Mathematics as a core subject.

Selection Process

Students are screened through entrance examination which is followed by a group discussion and a personal interview.

Course Duration

The course is spanned over a duration of 3 years, having 6 semesters focused upon diverse topics.

2. National Law University (Delhi)

Located in the North Delhi University Campus, NLU is ranked 4th overall India. National Law University has been providing notable alumni from time and again. The institution accepts scores of AILET and offers seats to 70 worthy candidates every year.

Eligibility Criteria

Students must have passed 10+2 with a minimum of 45 percent marks.

Selection Process

Students are screened through the scores obtained in AILET.

Course Duration

The course duration is of 5 years which offers a dual degree as BA LLB.

3. IHM Pusa (Delhi)

IHM Pusa has notably been able to attract a lot of students who are looking forward to being a part of the hospitality and tourism industry. The institution accepts scores of NCHMCT-JEE. The creamy layer of students who pass this exam is able to grasp the opportunity to study at this college.

Eligibility Criteria

Students must have passed 10+2 with minimum 50 percent marks along with English as one of the subjects.

Selection Process

The students are screened on their entrance examinations.

Course Duration

The course duration is of 3 years, covering all the required modules of hospitality as well as the tourism sector.

4. AIIMS (Delhi)

The institute which is recognized mainly for the miracles performed by their Doctor’s time to time has always been attracting a number of medical students. AIIMS Delhi offers an opportunity to 107 capable candidates every year to get through under the guidance of most qualified faculties of all time by conducting entrance examination AIIMS-MBBS.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidate Should have passed the 12th class under the 10+2 Scheme from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or Indian School Certificate (I.S.C.) or any other equivalent board with English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as core subjects.

Selection Process

The students are screened on the basis of scores obtained in the entrance examination.

Course Duration

The course duration is of 5 years and 6 months, including 5 years of theoretical impartment of knowledge and 6 months of training under a certified Doctor.

These institutes override your 12th results and judge you according to your score in their entrance exams. They test your logical and analytical skills and give you a chance to secure admission even after a not-so-good score in the board examinations.