National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the results for the Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2021 formerly known as DUJAT. Results have been announced on the official website nta.ac.in. Candidates can access their scorecards using the link provided by the agency. Candidates have to click on the link, enter the login credentials and submit them. The login credentials include Registration Form Number and Date of Birth. The agency has released the marks obtained by individual candidates on the basis of which, they will be allotting ranks. In the meantime, candidates can predict their rank before authorities release the DUET 2021 merit list.
Candidates who have qualified for the DU JAT 2021 examination are now worrying about the cut-offs of top colleges. During the counselling session, each college will release its own cut-off marks or rank. Candidates who fulfil either of these benchmarks can apply for admission. Based on past-years records, here is a tentative cut-off range for reputed colleges –
|Name of College/Institute||Rank range for General Category|
|Shaheed Sukhdev College Business Studies (BBA-FIA)||404-2823|
|Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women (BBA-FIA)||161-625|
|Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies||1-155|
|Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College||156-244|
Last year, Pratik Ganguly was announced as the topper of DUET examination with a whopping score of 90.18 percentile score. Rank 2 was achieved by Gaurang Garg who had secured a percentile score of 88.62 followed by Anushka Chaturvedi scoring 87.39 percentile. Thus, to get a position in the top 200 ranks, candidates must at least score a percentile score of 65-70. Only then will they be able to seek admission at a reputed institute for BBA or BMS courses.
Although the above-mentioned rank range was applicable for last year, candidates can consider it to determine their chances of pursuing their preferred course. Of course, admission to BBA or BMS courses is not only based on rank or marks obtained but also on other factors. These include the number of seats available, number of interested students, reservation, etc. Thus, scoring a higher percentile can overcome all these factors to help a candidate seek admission in a sought-after institute.
This year, the DUET or DU JAT examination was conducted on September 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and October 01, 2021. The exam was held across 27 cities in the country in the objective-based multiple-choice question (MCQ) fashion. Through this exam, candidates can apply for a variety of courses such as BSc, BA, B.El.Ed, 5-year integrated course in Journalism, etc.