After the clouds of rumors for the release of DU Admission Form, the officials have finally confirmed the date and time for the release of DU UG Admission 2019 Forms. According to the officials and newspaper reports, the admission process of Delhi University will begin later this week. Rajeev Gupta, Dean of Students Welfare, DU, said that “May 27 is definitely not going to be admission day instead the process will begin later this week and the forms will be out at the beginning of June.”
The University of Delhi or as it is popularly known as DU is one of the most popular choices amongst students. Every year lakhs of students apply for admission in DU. Last year, in less than 02 days until the online registrations, approximately 3.5 lakh applicants registered for DU Admissions, out of which, two lakh applicants have completed their forms and paid the application fees.
Does receiving lakhs of applications impact DU Cutoffs? The total number of forms received will not impact cutoffs. However, If there are many forms from students who have scored over 90% or 95% then, it may then impact the cut-off.
Rajeev Gupta, Dean of Students Welfare, DU, also commented that “The registration process will remain open only for two weeks this time where students can fill all the details. Once the registration process is over. We’ll be releasing the cut off list within a week’s time”.
For the academic year 2019-20, apart from caste reservations and extracurricular activities quota, this time the Govt of India has introduced a new category of reservation for ‘Economically Weaker Section’. Last year, the students were offered a total number of seats was 56,000. Whereas, this time there will be as many as 6000 seats due to the inclusion of 10% reservation under the EWS category, so nearly 62,000 seats will be available and reservation schemes will be at par with govt guidelines.
DU offers admission in UG courses on the basis of merit in the Class 12th exam or on the basis of candidate’s performance in the entrance examination.
DU UG Merit based courses are BA Prog, BA (Hons.) in Arabic, Bengali, English, French, German, Italian, Hindi, Persian, Philosophy, Psychology, Applied Psychology, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Spanish, and Urdu, BA (Hons.) in Economics, Geography, History, Political Sciences, Social Work, and Sociology, BA (Hons.) in Hindi Patrakarita, Journalism, B.Voc in Health Care Management, Retail Management & IT, Web Designing, Printing Technology, Banking Operations, Software Development, Advanced Diploma in TV Programme & News Production, BCom, BCom(Hons), BSc in Mathematical Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, BSc (Hons.) in Anthropology, Bio-Chemistry, Bio-Medical Science, Biological Sciences, Botany, Chemistry, Electronics, Food Technology, Geology, Home Science, Instrumentation, Microbiology, Physics, Polymer Sciences, Zoology, BSc Applied Physical Sciences (Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Biochemistry), Applied Physical Sciences (Industrial Chemistry), Applied Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Bachelor of Science (Pass) – Home Science.
DU UG Entrance exam based courses are BA (Honours) Business Economics, BMS, BBA (Financial Investment Analysis), BTech. (IT and Mathematical Innovations), BA (Honours) Humanities and Social Sciences, Bachelors of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed), 5 Yr Integrated Journalism Course in Delhi School of Journalism, B.Sc (Physical Education, Health Education & Sports), BA (Honours) Multimedia and Mass Communication, BA (Honours) in Hindustani Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Sitar/ Sarod/ Guitar/ Violin/ Santoor), BA (Honours) in Karnatak Music- Vocal/Instrumental (Veena/ Violin), BA (Honours) in Percussion Music (Tabla/Pakhawaj).
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