Delhi University Admissions: Key Points To Remember


Delhi University has junked a proposal to introduce entrance examination for admission to Under Graduate courses replacing the cut-off list system.

The varsity’s Standing Committee on Admissions was earlier mulling admitting students through an entrance test rather than the existing criteria of cut-offs based on Class 12th results.

To avoid last minute rush, Delhi University is planning to start the admission process in the third week of April, a month ahead of the regular schedule. The online registration form for the undergraduate courses is likely to be available during the first week of May. The result of Class 12 of CBSE and other state boards will be out in May.

Here we have listed important points which you must know about Delhi University admission:

1. Delhi University application process is conducted completely online now and students don’t need to queue up at the university or colleges to procure application forms.

2. Application fee for DU admission form can also be submitted online, hence no hassling for demand draft at an SBI branch.

3. The cutoff will be released separately for Arts and Humanities courses and Science courses.

4. Best four – most of the colleges consider marks scored in best four subjects, that is any four subjects in which a student has scored maximum marks.

5. The University may conduct entrance exam for admission to B.Tech., B.El.Ed., BMS, BA (Honors) Economics, BBA (FIA) etc.

6. 5% seat in each course is reserved for ECA and Sports quota.

7. Each college conducts its own ECA and Sports trial. Stay updated about every college’s schedule of the trial.

8. Women students can also opt for admission to Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), DU which conducts weekend classes for women students at various study centers.

9. NCWEB, DU offers two UG courses – BA (Programme) and B.Com.

10. Students with low scores in 10+2 can also opt for admission to School of Open Learning (SOL), DU. 

Have any queries? Ask all your admission queries here.


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