Students opting for Modern Indian Languages for DU admission this year will get up to 10 percent additional marks, which wasn’t the case until last year.
It’s been reported that more than 200k students registered for DU admission in 2016 so far. As the online registration is in the full swing and is to close by June 19, 2016, candidates are in a hurry to fill their forms and those who already did, waiting for DU cut off lists first of which will be rolled out on June 27, 2016.
By the time wait for students is over to know about the college/s and course/s that might come their way, let us keep you updated with the latest happenings and interesting facts about DU admissions.
Well, do you people know that those who opt for any of the Modern Indian Languages (MIL) as a subject while applying for BA and B.Com programmes under Delhi University get up to 10 percent additional marks. The said marks are calculated based on the highest marks a candidate has in four of the five subjects.
The math behind this calculation/statement shows that opting for any of the MIL – Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Punjabi etc. – is helpful for those who change their streams. The reason being, such students face a disadvantage of up to 5 percent that varies from college to college.
Another advantage that students opting for BA/B.Com courses are getting this time is that they can include a vocational subject in addition to four subjects which wouldn’t cost them 2.5% marks deduction which was the case until last year. In addition to this, those who will study an elective language will get an advantage this academic session around, particularly those applying for English (Hons) and Hindi (Hons) will get an additional 2 percent marks.
However, the fact worth mentioning here is that students can take the advantage of this only in those colleges of Delhi University where MIL is offered as a subject.