University of Delhi UG Admission Notification 2024

University of Delhi UG Admission Notification 2024


The University of Delhi UG  Admission Notification

Delhi University UG Admission – Delhi University Undergraduate Courses Merit-Based Admission  – University of Delhi reports admissions to different college classes (merit based) for all schools for the scholarly session. The online enlistment will begin in  May.

 

DU UG Admission

The Central University Offers admissions to different undergrad programs through legitimacy under the three-year UG Program structure.

Candidates looking for confirmation in changed Colleges/Department/Centers of the University of Delhi (DU) in Undergraduate (UG) Programs/Courses, for which the affirmation depends on the value of XII Class Board results or through passage test or other determined stipulations, are altogether required to enlist online on the accompanying UG affirmation entrance.

Courses Offered 

College classes are offered by the University through its associated schools in four noteworthy surges of concentrates in particular Arts/Humanities/Music and Fine Arts, Commerce, Mathematical Sciences, and Sciences under various resources. The equivalent is condensed underneath:

B. Voc.- Printing Technology
B. Voc. -Web Designing
B. voc. Health Care Management
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis)
B.A.(Hons.) Business Economics
B.A. (Hons.) Humanities and Social Sciences
Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.)
Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports: B.Sc. (P.E., H.E. & S.)
B.A. (Hons.) Multimedia and Mass Communication
B.Tech. (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations)
B.A. (Hons.) Music

 

Courses 

Faculty of Arts / Humanities/Music and Fine Arts
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts [Vocational]
Bachelor of Arts [Hons.]

Arts: B.A (Hons) Arabic, Applied Psychology, Bengali, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Persian, Philosophy, Psychology, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Spanish, Urdu

Humanities: B.A (Hons) Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology

Connected Social Sciences: Hindi Patrakarita, Journalism

Music and Fine Arts: Hindustani Music, Karnatak Music, and Percussion Music

Faculty of Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce; Bachelor of Commerce [Hons]

 

Faculty of Mathematical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science – Mathematical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science [Hons.] – Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science [Hons.] – Statistics
  • Bachelor of Science [Hons.] – Computer Science
Faculty of Sciences 

 

Bachelor of Science [Hons.] – Anthropology, Bio-Chemistry, Biomedical Science, Biological Sciences, Botany, Chemistry, Electronics, Geology, Home Science, Instrumentation, Microbiology, Physics, Polymer Sciences, Food Technology, Zoology

 

Bachelor of Science– Applied Physical Sciences (Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Bio-science), Applied Physical Sciences (Industrial Chemistry), Applied Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences

 

Bachelor of Science (Pass) – Home Science

 

Qualification Criteria 

 

Qualifying tests with the end goal of admission to the principal year of college classes offered by the University will be the Senior Secondary School Certificate Exam(Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education or a test perceived as equal thereto

Candidates looking for admission to the courses offered by the University ought to have passed the passing test getting the least checks as determined for every one of the courses in the resulting areas

Age Requirement 

There is no base age bar for admission to college classes in the University and its schools except expert courses where the administrative body endorses the least age necessity, (for example, MCI, AICTE, and so forth) (Ordinance I)

Projects/Courses-wise-prerequisites

Expressions/Social Sciences/Commerce

BA, BA (Vocational), B.Com: A total of 40% checks in the passing examination
BA (Hons)/B.Com (Hons): A total of 45% checks in the passing examination

B.A. (Hons) [Arabic, Hindi, Persian, Punjabi, Urdu, Sanskrit, and Bengali]: A total of 45% stamps in the passing examination. Competitors verifying 40% imprints taken together and half stamps in the subject concerned are additionally qualified for admission to the significant Honors Course

Note: For admission to an undergrad program, where a specific subject or a gathering of subjects is required for affirmation, the candidates more likely than not go in the subject/every one of the subjects concerned separately

Connected Social Sciences and Humanities [Hindi Patrakarita and Journalism]

B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Patrakarita: A total of 45% stamps and more likely than not passed the Hindi language in the qualifying examination. Applicants verifying 40% checks in the total and half stamps in the Hindi language are likewise qualified for affirmation

B.A. (Hons.) Journalism: A total of 45% stamps and probably passed the English language in the qualifying examination

B.Voc. Program: B.Voc. The program has been planned by the UGC according to the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) of the Ministry of Skill Development stressing expertise-based instruction in counsel with National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC)

B.Voc.- Printing Technology: A total of 40% checks in 10+2 or proportional examinations

B.Voc. – Web Designing: A total of 40% checks in 10+2 or proportional examinations

B.Voc. Human services Mgt.: A total of 40% checks in 10+2 or equal examinations

B.Voc. – Retail Mgt. and IT 5 Advance Diploma in TV Program& News Production: A total of 40% checks in 10+2 or proportional examinations

B.Voc. – Banking Operations: A total of 40% stamps in 10+2 or proportionate tests

B.Voc. – Software Development: A total of 40% stamps in 10+2 or equal tests

B.Com(Hons.): A total of 45% stamps in the passing examination

B.Com.: A total of 40% stamps in the passing examination

Notes: 

The candidate is more likely than not considered and passed Mathematics/Business Mathematics at the passing test for admission to B.Com. (Hons.)

The calculation of Best Four subjects in the above structure should prompt a compelling and exceptional Best Four which would be higher than some other mix of four subjects.

 

Mathematical Sciences 

B.Sc. Software engineering: Should have verified (a) 60% or more stamps in Mathematics (b) 55% or more checks in a total of four subjects including Mathematics, one language, and two different subjects recorded as scholastic subjects by the separate Boards

B.Sc. Science, Statistics: half checks in Mathematics and a total of 45% stamps in the passing test

Science/Interdisciplinary and Applied Sciences

B.Sc. (Hons) [Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Anthropology] 

For courses referenced under sequential numbers 1 to 4, the base qualification condition is 55% or more checks in the total of 3 subjects as referenced in segment 3 (Practical and Theory together)

B.Sc. (Hons) Biological Science 

The general rate in three subjects in pertinent segment 3 and going in one mandatory language (for example English)

Basis of Selection

The choice will be made based on imprints in the total of 3 Science subjects as referenced in segment 3 for every respect Course

B.Sc (Hons) [Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Instrumentation, Polymer Science] 

The general rate in 3 subjects in applicable segment 3 ought to be 55% and one obligatory language ought to be half

Basis of Selection

The choice will be made based on imprints in the total of 3 Science subjects as referenced in segment 3 for every respect Course

B.Sc (Hons) (Food Technology/Biochemistry) 

55% or more stamps in the total of 4 subjects as referenced in section 3 (Practical and Theory together and Passing in one necessary language (for example English). The general rate in 4 subjects in pertinent segment 3 ought to be 55% and one obligatory language ought to be half

B.Sc Physical Science/Applied Physical Science(s) and B.Sc Life Science/Applied Life Sciences: 

45% or more stamps in the total of 3 subjects as referenced in segment 3 (Practical and Theory together) and going in one mandatory language (for example English). The general rate in 3 subjects in applicable section 3 ought to be 45% and one mandatory language ought to be 40%

Basis of Selection

Determination will be made based on imprints in the total of 3 Science subjects as referenced in section 2

Qualification and Course Necessity to Bachelor’s Degree with Honors in Music: 

Applicants looking for admission to the Bachelor qualification with Honors in; Hindustani Music-Vocal/Instrumental (Sitar/Sarod/Guitar/Violin/Santoor); Karnataka Music-Vocal/Instrumental (Veena/Violin) and Percussion Music (Tabla/Pakhawaj)

Hopeful more likely than not passed any of the accompanying examinations with 45% or more checks accepted together with Music as one of the subjects


B.Sc. Home Science (Pass): 

Total of English and any 3 discipline Subjects from (LIST An, Annexure II) (except dialects). It is basic to have cleared English


B.Sc.(Hons.)Home Science: 

At any rate half stamps in the total of any three of the accompanying subjects: At least one subject: Physics/Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology/and different Subjects from (LIST A). (but dialects)

B.Sc.(Hons.) Biomedical Science 

A total of in any event 55% total in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology (PCB/BT) subjects. In any event half stamps in English (mandatory subject) Students having PCB/BT with Mathematics (at any rate 60% imprints) will be given the favorable position of 3% far beyond their PCB/BT total.

Passage-Based Programs/Courses 

The least necessities for the understudies who have passed the passing tests and are looking for affirmation in customary universities to different projects dependent on selection tests are abridged underneath.

The workforce of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities 

B.A. (Hons.) Business Economics, Bachelor in Mgt. Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) (BBA(FIA)):

A total of 60% checks in the passing examination dependent on a straightforward normal of the rate scored in four subjects: one language English, Mathematics, and any two different subjects incorporated into List A given underneath.

Basis of Selection

Determination will be founded on the rank processed from the consolidated weighted normal of the rate scored in the All India Joint Entrance Test and the rate scored in the passing test where the loads are: Entrance Test: 65%, Qualifying Exam: 35%

The rate scored in the passing test utilized for setting up the rank is determined as the basic norms of the rate scored in the passing test in four subjects: English, Mathematics, and any two different subjects incorporated into LIST A

The selection test will be of two hours span dependent on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) (four decisions each) intended to assess the fitness of the candidates.

Reservations and Relaxations 

The accompanying reservations and relaxations are appropriate for all projects except B.Voc. Projects. The candidate must allude to Section 5.1.2.2 regarding reservations appropriate for admission to B.Voc. Projects

SC/Tribe (ST) Applicants

22½ % of the absolute quantities of seats are saved for candidates having a place with SC/ST (15% for SC 7½% for ST, compatible, if essential)

It is a statutory commitment concerning Colleges to fill all seats held for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates

The Colleges will not deny admission to any SC/ST Applicant based on a vehicle of guidance. Any inadequacy in the information of a specific language ought to be tended to; for this reason, medicinal classes might be orchestrated by the College by using gifts accessible from University Grants Commission

Unwinding to the degree of 5% in the base imprints will be given to the candidates having a place with SC/ST to decide their qualification and legitimacy for admission to the program concerned

Note 

SC/ST candidates, who get confirmation under open legitimacy (open) will not be incorporated into the held quantity, for example, 22.5% (15% for SC and 7.5% for ST)

Application Process 

The University of Delhi has started the enlistment method for DU Admission from May  (6:00 PM), for UG Programs. Enlistment and accommodation of online structures must be done in online mode as it were

Candidates looking for admission to UG merit-based projects/courses and the UG entrance test put together should enroll concerning a concentrated confirmation Web Portal https://admission.du.ac.in, for which the subtleties are given in this Bulletin

Online Registration 

The admissions to different schools of the University of Delhi depend either on legitimacy or passage. Candidates looking for admission to UG merit-based projects/courses must enlist on a brought-together confirmation Web Portal

Candidates looking for admission to the UG entrance test put together need to apply concerning a different entry for which enrollment will begin in May.

Step-By-Step Process

To Register on the web, a candidate must visit the accompanying URL: https://ug.du.ac.in/app2k18/; the Undergraduate (merit-based) Admission Portal of the University of Delhi is responsive (versatile/tab agreeable). Be that as it may, the website page may seem distinctive on various gadgets

The directions given beneath are for the website page as it shows up on a work area/PC

As a first-time client, the candidate will go to “New Applicant Sign Up” to make the client account by tapping on the “New Registration” connect

Outside nationals are encouraged to contact Foreign Students’ Registry Office or visit https://ug.du.ac.in/app2k18/to apply for affirmation in the University of Delhi

Rise to Opportunity Cell, Arts Faculty Tutorial Building, North Campus, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007, Joint Dean Students Welfare Office, Arts Faculty, South Campus, University of Delhi, Delhi-110002

Candidates may likewise send general and specialized questions identified with the online enrollment and affirmation process  and can approach the helpline numbers. 27006900. Candidates can likewise send complaints under the menu “Affirmation Helpline”

Outside nationals may visit https://ug.du.ac.in/for subtleties related to their enlistment/affirmation process

Registration Fee 

Registration Fee  (non-refundable) for UG Programs (Merit-based) is as per the following: 
Registration Fee  for UR/OBC: Rs.150/ – (Non-refundable)
Registration Fee for SC/ST/PWD: Rs.75/ – (Non-refundable)
Registration Fee  for Sports (Each Category): Rs.100/ – (Additional, Non-refundable)
Registration Fee  for ECA (Each Category): Rs.100/ – (Additional, Non-refundable)

 

Registration Fee  (non-refundable) for UG Programs (Entrance-based) is as per the following 
Registration Fee  for UR/OBC: Rs. 500/ – (Non-refundable)
Registration Fee  for SC/ST/PWD: Rs.250/ – (Non-refundable)

 

Installment of Registration Fee 

Enrollment expenses will be payable at the season of the online enlistment process through any of the accessible online installment alternatives

It would be ideal if you note that the online enlistment process will just be finished simply after acknowledgment of the online enrollment charge

Enlistment expenses won’t be discounted/balanced/charged back under any conditions

Important Dates 

Beginning Date for Online Registration:
Shutting Date for Online Registration:
Notice of First Cut-off (Merit-based):
Notice of First Allotment List (Entrance-based): To be declared
Beginning of Classes:
Shutting Date of Admission: A

Timetable for Announcement of Cut-off records, Verification of Documents, Approval of Admission in Colleges, and Payment of Admission Fee: 

Online Registration From May (06.00 PM onwards) to June  (till 06.00 PM)

First Cut-off 

Notice of First Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges: nineteenth
Record confirmation and endorsement of Admission:

Second Cut-off 

Notice of Second Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges:
Record confirmation and endorsement of Admission:


Third Cut-off 

Notice of Third Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges:
Record Verification and Approval of Admission:

Fourth Cut-off

Notice of Fourth Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges (assuming any):
Record confirmation and endorsement of Admission:

Fifth Cut-off

Notice of Fifth Cut-off Marks List by the Colleges (assuming any):
Record confirmation and endorsement of Admission:

Further Cut-offs/Spot Counseling calendars might be proclaimed relying upon the empty seats

College of Delhi 

Remote Students’ Registry Office, Room No. 11, First Floor, Conference Center, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007, Phone No: 011-27666756, Email: fsr_du@yahoo.com, akbasra@fsr.du.ac.in, Website https://ug.du.ac.in or www.du.ac.in

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