Delhi University (DU) is a public central collegiate university which offers admission in multiple specializations under various undergraduate (UG) courses (B.A, B.Sc, B.Com, B.Tech) and postgraduate (PG) courses (MA, M.Com, M.Sc, M.Tech) on the basis of qualifying degree merit/ Entrance Examination marks. Known for its high standards in teaching and research, it is one of the largest universities in India with 77 affiliated colleges spread all over Delhi.
The university is set to offer a one-year Postgraduate Diploma course in Cyber Security and Law, starting from the current academic year under the ‘Institute of Cyber Security and Law’. The notification for admission to the first batch of 100 students for the Cyber Security Program will be issued in August 2018. Following are some key points regarding the newly introduced program:
Selection of candidates for the course will be based on merit list as well as qualifying exam. 85% weightage will be given to the qualifying degree and 15% weightage will be given to the interview.
May 17 , 2018 – Delhi University to start the admission process for UG merit-based programs from May 22, 2018. Read more here.Check DU UG Admissions 2018
May 22, 2018 – DU to start a new application portal for UG entrance based courses. Candidates can apply from May 31, 2018.Check DU UG Entrance Based Admissions 2018
You can apply at: https://ug.du.ac.in/app/
Key points related to Delhi University (DU) Admissions 2018:
For different academic programmes offered by the university, the exam pattern will be different. The test conducted for PG courses will be an OMR based examination. Candidates must also note that in case of merit based UG courses, there will be no entrance exam. The entrance exam will be held for several UG courses (entrance based) and PG courses only.
Note: Apart from general cutoff list for students of boards recognized by DU, students from schools that are not accredited with AIU, UGC or MHRD will be considered for admission in University of Delhi on the basis of separate merit list. University has a unique grade point conversion system to serve this purpose.
Check all theCourses offered by the University of Delhi
For UG Admissions (Merit-Based Courses):
|Registration starts||May 22, 2018|
|Publication of First Cut Off List||June 20, 2018|
|Approval of Admission on the basis of first list||June 20 – June 22, 2018|
|Publication of Second Cut Off List||June 24, 2018|
|Approval of Admission on the basis of Second List||June 24 – June 28, 2018|
|Publication of Third Cut Off List||July 1, 2018|
|Approval of Admission on the basis of Third List||July 1 – July 4, 2018|
|Publication of Fourth Cut Off List||July 7, 2018|
|Approval of Admission on the basis of Fourth List||July 7 – July 10, 2018|
|Publication of Fifth Cut Off List||July 13, 2018|
|Approval of Admission on the basis of fifth cut off list||July 13 – July 15, 2018|
For UG Admissions (Entrance Based Courses):
|Registration||May 31, 2018|
|Date of Entrance Examination||19th - 23rd Jun, 2018|
|Announcement of Results||04th Jul, 2018|
For PG Courses:
|Registration||May 31 , 2018|
|Date of Entrance Examination|
|Announcement of Results||04th Jul, 2018|
|Commencement of classes||20th Jul, 2018|
Admission to Delhi University UG merit-based courses such as BA, B.Sc and B.Com usually begin in the month of June every year. Candidates are shortlisted for admission on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying 10+2 examination. Interested students can apply through online mode to secure admission in non-entrance based courses offered in different affiliated colleges of University of Delhi.
The following table lists the required eligibility criteria for various specializations offered under BA, B.Sc, B.Com programme by DU:
|Bachelor of Arts (BA) Hons.||French, German, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Persian, Punjabi, Urdu, Sanskrit||Should have passed HSC (10+2) examination with at least 45% marks|
|BA (Voc)||Should have passed HSC (10+2) examination with at least 40% marks|
|Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)|
|(B.Com) Honors||Should have passed HSC (10+2) examination with at least 45-55% aggregate in marks (depending upon the specialization)|
|Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Honors||Statistics, Mathematics, Botany, Microbiology, Zoology, Anthropology, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Electronics, Geology, Physics, Biochemistry, Food Technology, Mathematical Science, Computer Science, Polymer Science, Biomedical Sciences, Life Sciences|
For detailed eligibility and admission process, check Delhi University UG Admission 2018.
To apply for UG courses, candidates should register online by logging on to admissions portal available at the official DU website. Upon successful registration, students can choose the desired course and submit the required fees. Upon screening of the application, merit cum cutoff list will be released by the university and shortlisted students can report to the respective college with the marks sheet & other necessary enclosures.
Note: For international students admission, Delhi University has appointed the ‘Foreign Students Advisor’ to handle all the queries of foreign students. Interested candidates can contact the Foreign Students Advisor’s office in working hours.
Apart from merit-based courses, the university also offers several undergraduate (UG) programmes on the basis of marks obtained in the entrance examination, conducted by DU. Candidates seeking admission to such UG courses can apply through the common Web Portal for centralized registration and submit the required fees through available online payment modes.
The following table contains the required eligibility criteria for various entrance based UG programmes offered by DU:
|Course Name||Eligibility||Selection Criteria|
|Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)||A minimum of 60% aggregate at 10+2 level in four subjects including English, Mathematics and other two subjects||Through Joint Admission Test (JAT) and GD/PI|
|BA (Hons) in Economics|
|B.Tech (IT & M)||Minimum 60% aggregate at 10+2 level in four subjects including Mathematics||MCQ Based Entrance Test|
|BA (Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences||A minimum of 60% aggregate at 10+2 level in four subjects||MCQ Based Entrance Test|
|Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.)||Should have passed the HSC (10+2) examination with at least 50% marks||Entrance Test|
|B.Sc in Physical Education, Heath Education and Sports (P.E, H.E & S)||Should have passed the HSC (10+2) examination with at least 45% marks||Entrance Test|
|BA (Hons) in Multi Media and Mass Communication (MMMC)||Should have passed HSC (10+2) with at least 75% aggregate in four subjects and 85% marks in English||Entrance Test|
Application process for entrance-based UG courses usually commences in the second week of May and forms are accepted until the first week of June. Candidates can download their respective Admit Card for the entrance examination from the UG admission portal and take its print-out for future use
Note: In case a candidate wishes to apply for more than one course, he/she must fill separate registration form and pay separate registration fee for every course. However, same Login details shall be used for all the registration forms filled by the candidate.
For entrance exam pattern, seats/ intake, reservation criteria and other admission related information, check Delhi University UG Admissions through Entrance Test 2018
The university also offers postgraduate courses in the stream of Arts, Commerce, Science etc. and other Faculties/Departments. The application process for PG admissions usually commence in May every year and admission to the courses are done on the basis of marks secured in the entrance test, conducted by Delhi University.
The eligibility and selection process for different PG courses is mentioned in the table given below:
|B.Ed, B.Ed Spl. Ed. (Mental Retardation)||50% marks in Bachelors /Masters Degree||Entrance Test/ Direct or Merit Basis|
|B.P.Ed.||Bachelors Degree inany discipline with 50% marks|
|LL.B||Bachelor or Masters Degree with 50% marks|
|LL.M||3 years or 5 years LL.B. Degree with 50 % marks|
|MA||BA(Hons)/BA or any other equivalent degree|
|MCA||Bachelor degree with 60 % marks in aggregate|
|M.Com||B.Com (H), B.Com (Pass), B.Com (Degree) or any other equivalent degree|
|M.Sc||B.Sc. (H)/B.Sc. Degree with minimum 50% marks|
|M.Tech in Microwave Electronics||Relevant bachelors or masters degree with 60% marks|
|M.Lib.I.Sc.||Bachelors Degree with at least 50% marks|
|M.Ed||Relevant bachelors degree with minimum 50% marks|
Admission to the PG programmes is done:
In some courses, the entrance test is followed by Group Discussion/ Interview round which carries a significant weightage (10-15% in most cases). For more information related to PG courses admission offered by DU, check Delhi University PG Admission 2018.
Note: Application & Admission process of St. Stephen’s college & Jesus & Mary college is different from the rest of DU affiliated colleges. Students seeking admission to the courses offered by the aforementioned institutes should contact the respective college for admission related queries.
DU has released notification regarding admission to MD/MS/MDS programmes offered by the Faculty of Medical Sciences. The registration has commenced from March 1, 2018 and last date for submitting completed applications is March 30, 2018.
Admission to the 50% Delhi University Quota seats for the session 2018 will be done through NEET-PG / NEET-MDS entrance test. Candidates seeking admission must submit the application forms through www.fmsc.ac.in and www.du.ac.in along with the required fees of Rs.1500/- (Rs.1000/- for SC/ST/PwD candidates).
Candidate should have passed final MBBS examination (for MD/MS/Diploma Course) and BDS examination (for MDS Course) from Delhi University and must have completed satisfactorily one year compulsory rotating internship as on March 31, 2018, Students must also submit their internship completion certificate before or at the time of appearing for the counselling
Final selection of the candidates will be done from the medical graduates and dental surgery graduates of University of Delhi on the basis of their ranks in NEETPG/ NEET-MDS-2018. Merit list of eligible candidates shall be notified on the official website.
In order to be eligible for counseling, a candidate must obtain a minimum of 50 % marks in NEET-PG/NEET-MDS-2018. In case of candidates belonging to Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe & Other Backward Classes and Candidates with Disability belonging to SC/ST/OBC category, the minimum required aggregate shall be 40% marks in NEET-PG/NEET-MDS-2018
Counseling and admission to the MD/MS/MDS course will be done strictly on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the NEET-PG/ NEET-MDS examination-2018.
Note: Candidates in order of merit will be required to appear before Post-Graduate Admission Committee constituted by the Board of Research Studies of the Faculty of Medical Sciences for counselling and admission on the specified dates
For more information related to Delhi University MD/MS/MDS admissions, candidates can download the Official Admission Brochure.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College
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