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Delhi University Admission Procedure Changed

Delhi University Admission 2011

How it will work for students

  1. No pre-admission forms — centralised or individual — are to be filled by a student. They have to wait for the university to first declare the cut-off list.
  2. After seeing the cut-off lists of different colleges, students can go to a college where they meets the cut-off and claim admission
  3. A student can take admission in the first list and if a better option comes up in the consequent lists, they can change the college. The colleges will refund the fee, like earlier.

How it will work for colleges

  1. Colleges will prepare cut-off lists on the basis of past experience and board results of class 12 students.
  2. This will be sent to the university, which will put it up for students.
  3. Colleges have to admit all students who match the cut-off published.
  4. Admission will not be on the basis of first come-first serve.
  5. Colleges are expected to come out with the first cut-off list by mid-June.
  6. The fifth list may come out between July 10 and July 15.

What has changed

  1. No more running around and long lines to buy and submit forms for students.
  2. Colleges can now declare 5 cut off lists as opposed to 4 earlier.
  3. Colleges will not be allowed to put riders like minimum marks in a subject as pre-requisite.

What remains same

  1. For colleges, the actual process of admission remains the same.
  2. Most have been declaring cut-offs on the basis of past experiences and will continue to do so.
  3. All students who meet the cut-off will get admission.

With the modification in the admission process of the Delhi University (DU), colleges — especially the more sought after ones — will declare higher first cut-offs this year. Under the new admission process, students will not fill pre-admission forms and will be able to take admission in any college where they meet the cut-off.

Expecting large turnout of eligible students in this scenario, colleges have decided to be cautious about cut-off percentages.

Most off-campus colleges will also follow this trend.

Colleges to get 15 extra days

Students applying to DU this year will get to know which college they have been admitted to, sooner. DU’s decision to do away with pre-admission forms will give colleges 15 more days to concentrate on admissions rather than form sales.
DU is expected to release the first cut-off list in the second week of June.

via TOI


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  • anurag

    i scored 91% in cbse sse…want to pursue bcom hons…wat college i m likely to get admission???

  • abhi

    i dropped two years……want to pursue teachin as my job….wat course should i opt for??????
    i got 87% in cbse…….should i do bcom or ba

  • rishabh

    i scored 90%………..
    kya du me b.tech /b.sc. courses hai.
    forms kb se milenge

  • parul

    sir,
    I have 60 marks in chemistry last year and in improvement 2010 i have 54 marks.
    Which marks are included in admission 54 or 60?

    thanx….

  • http://yahoo kavita

    hey i got 76% n i wnt 2 do bba in wch collgs i cn gt admsion……..

  • sunita

    I score 92.25% marks with commerce (Marks accounts – 95, Economics – 89, Business Studies – 89, English 90, Information Practices – 95),
    Can I get admission in B.Com (Hons).
    Further, what other options I have for DU campus/colleges

  • http://gmail sanjay kumar

    i have got 68% in cbse 12th (bio).
    will i get admission in du for economics hons

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ujjwal-Singh/100001591264999 Ujjwal Singh

    i have passed my 12th cbse exam …my subject is commerse now i want to do ba from du because i m prearing fr upsc

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ujjwal-Singh/100001591264999 Ujjwal Singh

    i have passed my 12th exam nd preapring fr upsc so i want to take addmission in du…i scored 59%

  • Shrutika Aggarwal

    I am appearing for XII standard ISC examination 2012.  I wish to do my further studies in DU.  Please guide me how I should apply

  • Rituparnna Mishra

    i will appear the XII board exam in 2013,I have 1 more year with me.Do I need to do any special preparation to get into DU for a B.A(economics hons.) or scoring good in XII exams will do?

    • Abhi Taurean

      no need to prepare anything extra…just concentrate on ur 12th class
      n securing around 95% will really help u a lot!

  • shalini singh

    i m going to give my 12th board in 2013…..n wants admission DU. ,,,, to secure my life……..what minimum…..% do i need to score in 12th that will help me to get into DU ………also…..Is class 10th result important?

    • Abhi Taurean

      class 10th result is not at all imp…basically u hav to score very gud in 12th…so jus concentrate on ur board xams coz the cut off marks are now touching sky heights…n if u want good colleges u need to score atleast abv 90%

  • varun patel

    Is it necessary to take mathamatics, for gettinng admission in D.U

  • Avneetsingh Sehgal

    plz some one tell me the procedure of admission in d.u……..

  • sudhi mehta

    ill be answering my +2 examination in 2013.. i have non med and med with but i want to take admission in du for bcom honours. can i get into it? if yes, what is the approx cutoff required?