by Maryam Khan
Dreams to get an admission in DU’s one of the finest college. Getting an admission isn’t easy and is the cherry on the cake, a milestone which every student desired to claim.
The University of Delhi, also known as Delhi University (aka DU), is one of the top-ranked central university in India, with 77 affiliated colleges. It offers 240 courses for UG, PG, M.Phil. and Ph.D. courses in a variety of disciplines. Moreover, it also offers 90+ certificate courses and 28 Diploma courses. It has two main campuses- North and South.
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DU is all geared up for its admission for the UG and PG’s aspirants. Prominent for its exorbitant and sky-touching cut-offs, marvellous Victorian architecture, fests, societies, and sheer number of famous alumni, DU has released its admission form for the UG on 30th May 2019 which is available online on the website. The students will get admission on the basis of the merit and entrance based exam. Also, the cut-offs are different for each and every college on the basis of the number of applicants, past cut-off trends and vacant seats available. With all this hustle-bustle, freshers are quite oblivious about the admission’s process. Well, worry not freshers! This article is going to acquaint you all with the guidelines and tips so you can easily get through it.
• First of all, the eligibility criteria for DU ADMISSION’19 are same for all the colleges except St. Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College, their forms also comes separately on their respective websites, but for that, you must register yourself at DU’s main website.
• Secondly, students who are seeking for DU’s Undergraduate Courses also need to state their “best of four marks”.
• Thirdly, under the sports quota category admission, sports trials carried 60 percent weightage whole 40 percent weightage is given to sport certificates.
There’s also a buzz about “how to fill up the forms” amongst the students. Relax! Take a deep breath. All the details are mentioned below.
- Since it’s an online registration, you’ve to visit the official website of DU. While registering, you’ve to mention your name, a valid email address, phone number, afterwards create a password and select a security question, which is suitable as per your choice.
- Then, you’ve to fill up your personal details like Date of birth, address, adhaar card number, any quota (SC/ST/PwD/KM/CW/EWS/OBC) in which you belong, bank details, and your academic details.
- Also, you’re required to upload some documents which are essential for this process.
DOCUMENTS TO BE UPLOADED:-
• self attested class X marksheet
• self attested class XII marksheet
• self attested copy of valid quota certificate (if any)
• self attested copy of sports/ECA certificate
• scanned imageof passport size photograph
• scanned image of your signature
- Then you’ve to pay the admission form free through online mode. The modes of payment are Debit card, Credit card and Net banking.
- Admission form free varied depending upon the category of the candidates in which they belong to.
This year, DU has changed the admission form fee, i.e. there’s an ‘increment’in it.
• for UR/OBC : ₹250/- and 750/- (for entrance)
• for SC/ST/PWD :₹150/- and 300/- (for entrance)
• for Sports : ₹100/-
• for ECA : ₹100/-
Not only this, there’s also an increase in cancellation fee by 100%, that is ₹1000, this year.
- Apart from these changes, there are also fee number of changes that took place this year.
• This year NTA (National Testing Agency) will conduct the entrance examination for the courses like business economics, B.tech, management studies, business administration and also other courses as well.
•To take admission in Economics Honours or B.Com(P) you need to include mathematics in your best of four.
•Yoga is no longer a part of sports quota, now it’s included in ECA. However, archery, korfball, best physique, power lifting, softball are removed from the sports quota.
•There’s also a 10 percent increment in the seats for EWS(Economically Weaker Section).
Atlast, wish you luck and support for your future.
All the best!