Delhi University Admission 2017

University of Delhi, informally known as Delhi University or DU is one of the most popular universities in India. It is a public central collegiate university offering various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various fields like Science, Arts, Commerce, Management, etc. Students are either admitted by qualifying degree merit or entrance examination. Being one of the largest universities in India, it caters to 16 faculties, 86 academic departments, 77 colleges and 5 other recognized institutes spread all over the city.

The admission process generally begins at the end of May or in the beginning of June. Delhi University admission 2017 online registration began on 22nd May.

The very first step for an aspirant to take admission in Delhi University is to fill up the online registration form. It includes personal details, academic details, course selection, sports, ECA, bank details, mandatory updates, preview and go for payment tabs. Keep in mind, there would be separate registration fee for every course that one applies for.

Delhi University (DU) Admissions 2017 – Points to Remember

  • There’ll be separate cut off for Arts and Humanities courses and Science Courses
  • Most colleges consider marks scored in best four subjects i.e. any four subjects in which the student has scored maximum marks
  • There’ll be entrance exam for taking admission to B.Tech, B.El.Ed, BMS, BA Economics, BBA (FIA), etc.
  • 5% seats will be reserved for Sports and ECA quota
  • Each college will conduct its own ECA and Sports trial

DU 4th Cut off: http://www.htcampus.com/article/du-released-fourth-cut-list/

DU 3rd Cut off: http://www.htcampus.com/article/du-releases-third-cut-off-list/

DU 2nd Cut off: http://www.htcampus.com/article/du-releases-second-cut-off-list/

DU 1st Cut off: http://www.htcampus.com/article/du-announces-first-cut-off-list/ 

Delhi University Admission 2017 - Important Dates

Delhi University Important Dates

Delhi University admission process 2017 will be conducted online completely. Aspirants can apply for courses offered on the official website through an online form. It is speculated that DU would be releasing only five cut-offs this year.

Important Dates for DU Admissions 2017

Event

Date

Start date for DU UG admissions through merit

22-May-17

Registrations for DU UG admissions through entrance exams

June 16 to June 25, 2017

Registrations for DU PG admission process

June 12 to June 22, 2017

Start date for DU MPhil/PhD admissions

June 12 to June 22, 2017

Event

Date

Start date for online registration for UG courses

22-May-17

Last date for online registration for UG courses

12-Jun-17

Notification of first cutoff list

23-Jun-17

Start date for document verification & approval of admission

24-Jun-17

Last date for document verification & approval of admission

28-Jun-17

Notification of second cutoff list

1-Jul-17

Start date for document verification & approval of admission

1-Jul-17

Last date for document verification & approval of admission

4-Jul-17

Notification of third cutoff list

7-Jul-17

Start date for document verification & approval of admission

7-Jul-17

Last date for document verification & approval of admission

10-Jul-17

Notification of fourth cutoff list

13-Jul-17

Start date for document verification & approval of admission

13-Jul-17

Last date for document verification & approval of admission

15-Jul-17

Notification of fifth cutoff list

18-Jul-17

Start date for document verification & approval of admission

18-Jul-17

Last date for document verification & approval of admission

19-Jul-17

Commencement of Classes

20-Jul-17

Closing of admissions

16-Aug-17

 

Delhi University Admission 2017 - Application Process

Delhi University UG Admission form will be available from May 22, 2017 to June 12, 2017. Registration for DU UG courses admissions through entrance test will begin on June 16, 2017 and end on June 25, 2017. Registrations for DU PG and M.Phil/PhD admissions will begin on June 12, 2017 and end on June 23, 2017. Aspirants must go through the guidelines very carefully before filling up the forms.

Delhi University UG Application Process

  • All the candidates must register themselves on the website. This is for the new users.
  • Once the student has registered, visit ‘www.du.ac.in’ and log in with the registered ID and password.
  • Fill up all the details asked in the application form
  • Upload all the required files
  • The students now can select and apply for the courses they desire to pursue by visiting ‘Apply in New Course’ Tab
  • If the course the student has selected has an entrance exam, then he/she needs to choose the preferable city in which they want to appear for the exam
  • Enter the details of educational qualification
  • Click ‘Save’ application
  • Choose from ‘Click to Modify Application’, ‘Pay Fee’ or ‘My Home’
  • Once the student is sure of application and have added all the necessary things, then he/she can pay the fee

Delhi University PG Application Process

  • The aspirant must register at PG admission portal with his/her e-mail. One would have to confirm his/her login details and fill in ‘Applicant Details’
  • Once the email id is verified, the student can go ahead and upload all the required documents. The list is given: Photograph, Signature, Photo ID Proof, Birth Certificate, Caste Certificate, Identity Proof and Identity Proof No.
  • Fill in the postal address
  • Once the student has completed all the personal details, he/she would have to fill in their educational qualification and select the course/program they wish to pursue
  • After all this, the candidate need to declare that all the statements made and documents uploaded are true from belief
  • Pay the application fee after having an overview of all the details the entered
  • Submit the form and download the application form with form number and OR Code
  • Remember, for each course separate form need to be submitted

Delhi University Admission – Admission Process

Delhi University Admission – Admission Process

This year, Delhi University admission process 2017 was conducted online. Aspirants were asked to fill in the online form and apply for the courses of their choice. The students would have to register on the official website and then complete the online form and submit the fees. Upon screening of the application, merit cum cutoff list will be released by the university. Shortlisted candidates have to report to the respective college with required documents. Once the documents are verified the students have to submit the fees for taking admission.

Delhi University UG Admission Process 2017            

  1. Student must decide which course he/she is planning to pursue. He/she must check the eligibility criteria and evaluate last year’s cutoff to get a fair idea
  2. The student needs to register himself/herself on the official website and upload all the relevant documents
  3. After the registration is over, an acknowledgement slip and form number will be generated. The student needs to take out the printout of the acknowledgement slip
  4. Once Delhi University releases its first cutoff, students have to login and select the colleges they want to study in
  5. Then go to college along with the acknowledgement slip and relevant documents. The applications will be accepted within three days of the cutoff declaration
  6. The officials will verify the documents that the students have submitted. Once all formalities are completed, the student will receive admission slip signed by the college principal
  7. An online payment link will be generated. The student has to submit the fee within 48 hrs. Once the fee is generated, a new acknowledgement slip will be generated and the student’s admission will be confirmed
  8. Applicants seeking admission to UG entrance test based courses need to apply on a separate portal
  9. The applicant must go through the guidelines carefully and fill in the online form
  10. Official website of Delhi University will publish the eligibility list of the entrance test or JAT
  11. Then the candidates have to appear for the entrance test on given date
  12.  Merit list would be published with the names of selected candidates
  13. Delhi University conducts counseling and publishes the final list with shortlisted candidates
  14. Shortlisted candidates have to submit the fees and join the college

Delhi University PG Admission Process 2017

  1. There are two ways through which students can take admission in Delhi University PG Courses. They can either take admission through merit or choose to sit for entrance exam. Students from other universities aren’t eligible to take admission through merit
  2. In all the faculties or departments, 50% seats are reserved for merit and direct admission and 50% seats through entrance exam and interview/ group discussion if any
  3. All the registered candidates must update the information regarding qualifying examination etc. on the PG admission portal
  4. For ‘Merit Category’, the applicants will only be considered in the ‘Admission List’ if their qualifying results are updated on the PG Admission Portal
  5. For ‘Entrance Exam Category’, the applicants shall be considered in the ‘Admission List’ even if their Qualifying Examination results are still awaited
  6. Each department declares a category wise ‘First-Admission List’ of the selected candidates on their official websites. Both ‘Merit’ and ‘Entrance’ lists are announced together
  7. The selected applicants will download the Admission Form, and take the printout. It will have the information of the ‘Reporting Centre’ where the selected applicants will first report and ‘Place of Admission’ (College/Department), where the applicant will be admitted
  8. The applicant must report to the ‘reporting Centre’ along with the admission form and the relevant documents for verification. Only those candidates who report at the reporting centre within the scheduled time limit are eligible for admission
  9. Then the applicant needs to go to the allotted ‘Place pf Admission’ to get approved
  10. The applicant logs in to the admission portal to pay the fees within the prescribed time limit
  11. Once that’s done, the applicant goes to the Place of Admission for submitting the original documents to get ‘Reported’
  12. Once the process gets completed, the applicant will finally be admitted

Delhi University Eligibility Criteria

Delhi University UG Eligibility Criteria

DU Eligibility Criteria for BA and BA Honours

  • The candidates who have qualified 10+2 (12th examination) or equivalent examination from any recognized board with a minimum of 50% of marks are eligible to apply.
  • There is no minimum age bar for admission to the undergraduate courses in Delhi University (DU) and its colleges.

*In professional courses, regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirement (such as MCI, AICTE etc.)

BA and BA (Hons) Admission Criteria:

  • The candidates who have qualified 10+2 (12th examination) or equivalent examination from any recognized board with a minimum of 50% of marks are eligible to apply.
  • Admission will be based on the merit list.
  • All courses/programmes which have entrance examination will be based on the candidate’s score in the examination.
  • For Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Economics, qualified candidates have to go through Group Discussion/Personal Interview (PI) or both, as per the number of candidates.
  • The category certificate (OBC non-creamy layer/SC/ST/PWD/CW), in the name of the candidate, must be produced on the day of the interview and group discussion.
  • Minimum age requirement has not been specified

DU Eligibility Criteria for B.Sc and B.Sc (Hons)

  • The candidates who have qualified 10+2 (12th examination) or equivalent examination from any recognized board with a minimum of 50% of marks are eligible to apply
  • There is no minimum age bar for admission to the undergraduate courses in Delhi University (DU) and its colleges.

*In professional courses, regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirement (such as MCI, AICTE etc.) 

DU Eigibility Criteria for B.Com and B.Com (Hons)

  • The candidates who have qualified 10+2 (12th examination) or equivalent examination from any recognized board with a minimum of 50% of marks are eligible to apply.
  • There is no minimum age bar for admission to the undergraduate courses in Delhi University (DU) and its colleges.

*In professional courses, regulatory body prescribes minimum age requirement (such as MCI, AICTE etc.)

Eligibility Criteria for B.Com and B.Com (Hons) in Delhi University:

  • Direct admission: Admissions for B.Com will be based on the merit in the undergraduate degree.
  • Entrance: Candidate should pass the entrance examination with minimum marks specified for each course.

Delhi University (DU) Eligibility Criteria Mass Communication Admission      

The Delhi University Mass Communication Admission process for the current year is very different from the previous ones. For enrolments into the previous BJMC programmes, clearing a common entrance test – CJET was an essentiality. Currently, no such requirements exist, as DU has replaced it with a merit-based intake process. Herein, the candidate’s academic performance in the 10+2 exam will be crucial for securing a seat in BJMC programme. Though the efficacy of the new intake system is yet to be established, the number of applications for the said programme has witnessed an unprecedented surge.  

DU Eligibility Criteria for BBA (JAT) 2017

  • There is no minimum age bar for admission to the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the University and its colleges except in the courses where the respective regulatory bodies have prescribed the minimum age requirement in their regulations.
  • The General Category candidate should have an aggregate of at least 60% (class XII) in four papers including English, Mathematics and other two subjects from the list of elective subjects as approved by the University of Delhi.
  • The candidate should have obtained pass marks in each of the four papers considered for computing the aggregate.
  • Documents Required on the day of Interview and GD
  • The candidate must produce the confirmed result and mark sheet of the qualifying examination on the day of the Group Discussion and Personal Interview to be eligible for admission in BMS/BBA (FIA)/ B.A (Hons) Business Economics programme

NOTE: The candidates who do not have confirmed mark sheet will not be allowed to sit for the interview.

  • The category certificate (OBC-non-creamy layer/SC/ST/PWD/CW), in the name of the candidate, must be produced on the day of the interview and group discussion.
  • The candidates with Compartment in the current year will not be considered for admission.
  • The candidates who have appeared for improvement in the class XII examination of 2017 shall not be considered for admission in the current year.

Delhi University BCA admission Eligibility Criteria

The candidate should have a minimum of 60 percent marks in 12th with Mathematics as a compulsory subject to be eligible for Delhi University BCA Admission. In addition, the candidate should have passed the 12th class examination from a recognized board of education in India. However, the three-year course has no age limit as an eligibility criterion, which is a good thing. Filling the application form without having the requisite minimum marks can result in rejection of the form. Even if you fill in the wrong or incomplete details, it can result in rejection of the submitted form.

Eligibility Criteria for B.Ed Admissions in DU 2017

As per DU Admission Criteria for B.Ed, a student should have

  • At least 50 percent marks in either bachelor’s or in master’s degree in science / social science/humanities, or should have 55 percent marks in Bachelor of Engineering and Technology or any other qualification equivalent thereto from Delhi University or a university/institute equivalent to it.
  • Candidate belonging to reserved categories - SC/ST/OBC/(C/WAP)/VD/OVD can avail concession of 5 percent marks in minimum eligibility requirements.

Delhi University B.Tech Admission Eligibility Criteria

To get Delhi University B.Tech Admission, the candidates have to pass their 10+2 level from a recognised board. The minimum aggregate marks are as given below (category wise):

  • General Category: 60 % in four subjects (including Mathematics)
  • OBC category: 54% in four subjects (including Mathematics)
  • PH category: 55% in four subjects (including Mathematics)
  • SC/ST category: Passing marks with Mathematics as one the subjects

Delhi University PG Eligibility Criteria

Admission criteria for M.A. courses 2017

Course

Course Requirements

Marks Percentage

Total Seats

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Applied Psychology

B.A (Hons.)/B.A. (Pass) / B.A. (Prog.) Examination in Psychology of DU and other Universities recognised by DU

55 % marks or above

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

31

Graduation from DU and other Universities recognised by DU

60 % marks or above in aggregate

Post-Graduation from DU and other Universities recognised by DU

60 % marks or above in aggregate

Eligibility in Merit Category

 

Applied Psychology

B.A. (Hons.) Psychology and Applied Psychology from DU

60 % marks or above in aggregate

 

15

 

 

 

Economics

B.A. (Hons.) Economics of the DU

50% or more marks in the aggregate

 

 

 

 

232

All other Graduates/ Postgraduate Degrees of DU or other recognised Universities

All other Graduates/ Postgraduate Degrees of Delhi University or other recognised Universities

 

Eligibility in Merit Category

 

Economics

B.A. (Hons.) Economics of the DU

50% or more marks in the aggregate

 

116

 

 

English

B.A. (Hons.) Examination in English from DU

45% or above marks in aggregate

 

 

213

Bachelor's Degree from a recognised Indian University

50% or above marks in aggregate

 

Eligibility in Merit Category

 

 

 

English

B.A. (Hons.) in English from DU

60% & above marks in aggregate. Available only for candidates who have completed their Honours programme in the year of 2014 or later

 

 

 

 

212

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography

BA (Hons) / BSc (Hons) in Geography from any other University recognised by DU

50% or above marks in aggregate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38

BA / BSc / B.Ed with Geography or its equivalent from DU or any other University recognised by DU

55% or above in Geography papers and 50 % or above in aggregate

BA / BA (Hons) in other disciplines or its equivalent from DU or any other University recognised by DU

60% or above in aggregate

BSc / BSc (Hons) in other disciplines or its equivalent from DU or any other University recognised by DU

60% or above in aggregate

 

Eligibility in Merit Category

 

Geography

BA (Hons) Geography from DU

50% or above marks in aggregate

 

38

 

DU Admission Criteria for M.Com.

Mode I - Candidates seeking admission under direct admission category are required to fulfil the following eligibility:

  • This admission procedure is based on the merit. Separate merit lists will be prepared for the general as well as reserved categories of the students.
  • For direct admission, a candidate should have passed B.Com (Hons)/BA (Hons) in Economics/B.Com (Pass)/B.Com (Degree)/B.B.S./B.B.A. /B.I.F.A. /B.B.E. from the Delhi University or any other University or Institute equivalent thereto

Minimum Cut-off required for DU Admission Criteria for M.Com 2017:

COURSE

MINIMUM REQUIRED MARKS

GEN

OBC / CW & PWD / SC & ST

B.Com (Hons) / BA (Hons)

50%

45%

B.Com (Pass) / B.Com (Degree)

55%

49.5% - 54%

B.B.S / B.B.A. /B.I.F.A. / B.B.E.

60%

54% - 55%

 

Delhi University MBA Eligibility

Candidates interested in pursuing MBA from Delhi University are required to have completed a Bachelor’s Degree programme with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA. Candidates yet to give final year examination of graduate courses can also apply.

Candidates interested in applying for Delhi University MBA admission are ought to have opted Maths during the higher secondary education i.e. class 12th. All the requirements for enrolling in the DU MBA programme are:

  • 50% or equivalent CGPA in the completed/ongoing graduate course for general categories students and 45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates
  • Mathematics as a subject in class 12th

Eligibility for DU Admission Criteria for MCA 2017

  • Graduation in any stream is the basic eligibility for MCA programme in the University of Delhi. Candidate should have passed graduation or an examination recognised as equivalent thereto with at least one paper in Mathematical Sciences under annual mode/at least two papers in Mathematical Sciences in semester mode of examination.
  • Candidates who are appearing in the final year examination of the degree on the basis of which admission is sought are also eligible to apply.
  • Apart from this, there is another prerequisite for taking admission in MCA degree. A candidate seeking admission must have studied Mathematics in 10+2 as a compulsory subject.

Course

Minimum Requirement

B.Sc. (Honours) Computer Science (10+2+3 scheme) from the University of Delhi or any other University whose examination is recognised as equivalent to University of Delhi.

60 percent marks in aggregate

B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences with Mathematics and Computer Science / B.Sc.(General) Mathematical Sciences, (10+2+3 scheme) with Mathematics and Computer Science from University of Delhi

60 percent marks in aggregate with 60 percent marks in Computer Science and Mathematics separately.

 

DU Eligibility Criteria for M.Ed 2017

Candidates can appear for the common entrance test on basis of meeting any of the following eligibility criteria –

  • Candidates applying for M.Ed admission in Delhi University should have passed M.A / M.Com / M.Sc from Delhi University or any other university or institution equivalent thereto with 50 percent aggregate marks Or

  • Candidates should have passed B.Ed from Delhi University or any other university or institution equivalent thereto with minimum 55 percent marks in aggregate Or

  • Candidates should have passed B.A / B.Com / B.Sc from the University of Delhi or any other university or institution equivalent thereto with 60 percent marks in aggregate Or

  • Candidates should have passed B. El. Ed examination from Delhi University or any other university or institution equivalent thereto with minimum 60 percent aggregate marks Or

  • Candidates should have passed B. El. Ed in liberal component from Delhi University or any other university or institution equivalent thereto with minimum 50 percent marks Or

  • Candidates should have passed B. El. Ed in the professional component with minimum 55 percent marks in aggregate and should have two years of full-time teaching experience in a recognised educational institution

  • Candidates awaiting their final year result, or appearing for their final year exams can also apply. Such candidates will, however, be required to submit their three-year graduation mark sheets at the time of admission, which can in no case be later than August 31, 2017.

DU M.Tech Admission 2017 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criterion for DU M.Tech 2017 specifies the eligibility requirements for admissions to the university. The candidates with the specified academic requirements, age and valid GATE scores will be considered eligible for the DTU M.Tech 2017 admissions.

  • Applicants must have passed B.Tech/B.E. in the required discipline with a minimum of 60% or equivalent from a recognised University.
  • Candidates who have passed AMIE/ AMIS/ AMIIChE/ AMIIM/ Grad IETE/ B.Sc or Diploma are also eligible for admission.
  • Final year graduation students may also apply provided they produce the proof that they will pass their degree by September 30, 2017
  • GATE score – Candidates with a valid GATE 2015/ 2016/ 2017 score will be eligible for admissions.

Available College Facilities

The University of Delhi situated at the University Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi -.110007, India has two campuses one is the main which is situated in the north and the other one is in the south of Delhi in Moti Bagh known as South Campus.

The infrastructure of the University is good and has been accredited with 'A' grade from NAAC. The students are ensured with various facilities of Hostel, Canteen, Classrooms, laboratories, Internet, Projectors.

The classrooms are highly maintained, to ensure better teaching, the projectors are used, where the teaching and learning process is made easy through e-learning.

There are separate Hostel Buildings for girls and boys.The Hostel provides Single and Double seating, and a room consists of a table, chair, bed and cupboard per student. Along with the above facilities, there is the provision of Telephone, Newspaper, and  Water Cooler, in each block of the Hostel.

There is the availability of a Mess or Canteen and is also located in a well-connected area of the city, having various eating hubs around.

The campus has all basic infrastructural amenities like Sports complex, Laboratories, Computer Labs, Music Room, Library, well-equipped classrooms, smart class, Seminar Hall, Conference Centre, Computer Centre, Health Centre, Gandhi Bhawan, Rajbhasha Cell and University Radio.

Hostel

Following are the list of Hostels under University of Delhi:

North Campus

 

Rajiv Gandhi Hostel for Girls

WUS University Hostel

V.K.R.V. Rao Hostel

University Hostel for Women

Post-Graduate Men's Hostel

North Eastern Students House for Women

Meghdoot Hostel

Mansarover Hostel

Jubilee Hall

International Students House for Women

International Student's House

Gwyer Hall

D.S. Kothari Hostel

Ambedkar-Ganguly Students House for Women

 

South Campus

 

Aravali Hostel

Geetanjali Hostel

Saramati Post Graduate Men’s Hostel

 

Classroom

The classrooms in the University of Delhi are fully furnished, they also have Audio and Visual aid for better learning experience.

Facilities available in Classroom

  • Wi-Fi
  • AC
  • Projector
  • Audio-Visual Teaching Aids
Laboratory

The University of Delhi has well-equipped laboratories for each department.

Facilities available in Laboratory

  • AC Labs
  • Student:Computer Ratio
  • Computers in Labs
Sports

University of Delhi has a Stadium which is a Rugby 7s stadium, spread over an area of 10,000 sq. metres. The stadium has a seating capacity of 2,500 permanent and 7,500 temporary seats.

The construction work began in 2008 and it was inaugurated in July 2010, ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games and also includes training area for Netball, Boxing, Women's Wrestling and Athletics.

Library

Delhi University Library System (DULS) is an amalgamation of more than 34 libraries and is accomplishing its task of reaching to a wider academic community. DULS has advanced web activity with the subscription to many high-quality electronic databases which are available through campus network to faculty, students and research scholars. In addition to this 20 more databases are also accessible through UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium.

DULS also promotes Open Access e-resources. DULS regularly conducts innovative Information Literacy Programs (ILP) for the benefit of students, researchers and faculty.

  • Central Library
  • Arts Library
  • Central Science Library
  • East Asian Studies Library
  • FMS Library
  • Law Library
  • Ratan Tata Library
  • South Campus Library
  • Braille Library (On DU Intranet)

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