DU Admision update: PG admissions from This date, Here are the details

Delhi University has kicked off postgraduate admissions on April 25, 2024, followed by undergraduate admissions in mid-May.

The University of Delhi (DU) has already commenced its postgraduate admissions for the 2024-25 academic year, with the application process has kicked off from April 25. DU has opened the registration window for admission for the academic session 2024-25 based on the scores obtained in the CUET-PG 2024 conducted by NTA. Interested students can apply for PG programmes at the official website of Delhi University at admission.uod.ac.in.

As Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh said, the university has started accepting applications for postgraduate programs in the this week, followed by undergraduate programs in mid-May. This marks an important milestone for prospective students eager to pursue higher education at one of India’s premier academic institutions.

DU’s postgraduate admissions will encompass a wide array of disciplines, offering a total of 82 courses for aspiring scholars to choose from. Among the notable additions this year are programs such as MA Hindu Studies, MA Public Health, MA Chinese Studies, MA Korean Studies, and Master in Fine Arts, reflecting the university’s commitment to providing diverse and relevant academic opportunities. The registration window for postgraduate admissions will remain open until May 25, providing ample time for candidates to submit their applications.

“This year admissions will be done on a total of 13,500 seats for postgraduate (including Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board), 120 seats each for three B.Tech and 60 seats each for BA LLB and BBA LLB courses.”PTI quoted Haneet Gandhi, Dean of Admissions, as saying.

In addition to the postgraduate offerings, DU will also open registrations for three BTech programs and two five-year integrated programs. Notably, admission to BTech programs will be facilitated through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), while BA LLB admissions will be conducted via the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). This underscores the university’s adherence to standardized testing protocols aimed at ensuring fairness and transparency in the admission process.

The introduction of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) has further streamlined the admissions process, with DU being among the 190 universities participating in the exam. This year, CUET PG saw significant participation, with approximately 4,62,603 unique registered candidates vying for admission to various postgraduate programs.

Meanwhile, CUET UG witnessed an overwhelming response, with over 13 lakh applications received by the National Testing Agency (NTA). These figures underscore the immense demand for higher education opportunities and highlight the role of standardized testing in facilitating access to quality education.

DU PG Admission 2024: Application Fee

As per DU notification, General, OBC, and EWS category students are required to pay a registration fee of ₹250. Students of SC, ST, and PWBD categories need to pay ₹100. An additional fee of ₹100 will be charged for those applying under the sports quota.

Application Process

  • Go to the official website of Delhi University admission portal— admission.uod.ac.in
  • Click on the PG CSAS link given on the home page
  • Enter your CUET PG application number and DOB
  • Fill out the application form and pay the admission fee.
  • Upload the required documents
  • Click on submit to complete the admission process.
  • Print out the confirmation page for future reference.

After completing the application process, the university will release the initial allocation list. Following this, candidates must confirm their allocated seats. Subsequently, the respective department or college will review the application forms. Upon successful verification, students will be required to pay the fees to secure their seats.

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