DU Admission 2020 – The University of Delhi informally known as Delhi University is one of the prestigious university of India. The University offers various UG and PG programmes in the field of arts, commerce, science, etc.
The admission procedure for different courses will start from 1st week of June, 2020 (Tentative).
Here, we are providing the detailed information about DU Admission 2020, Application form, Dates, Syllabus, Eligibility Criteria and complete admission process of the Delhi university.
For UG Courses:
|Online Registration from||1st week of June, 2020|
|Registration Process Ends||To be announced|
|Notification of admission list by Colleges||To be announced|
|Admission and Payment of Fees||To be announced|
|Last date for admission in UG courses||To be announced|
|Registration Starts||To be announced|
|Last date to fill the registration form||To be announced|
|Date of Entrance Exam||To be announced|
|Answer Key Release Date||To be announced|
|Result Declaration||To be announced|
|Interview Date||To be announced|
Delhi University Entrance Exam:
The University conduct entrance exam only for the PG courses. The admission in the UG programme courses will be based on the DU cut-off. The details about the Delhi University application form for various courses is mentioned below.
PG Courses Application Form (MD/MS/ MDS)
Those candidates seeking admission in the various courses of Delhi University, they have to fill the DU 2020 Application form. 50% seats of the PG programmes will be filled by direct admission of the students of the University of Delhi and the remaining 50% seats will filled through the entrance exam plus interviews. The registration fee for SC/ST/PwD is Rs. 1000 each course and fee for all candidates (General, OBC, etc.) is Rs. 1500. After submission of the application form, no changes will be allowed.
UG Courses Admission
Those candidates interested for admission in UG programmes, they have to fill the common Pre-admission form online for all categories (General/OBC/SC/ST/PwD). The university will not conduct any entrance exam for admission in UG courses. There will be no Pre-admission form at the college level. There are two separate common Pre-Admission forms viz General/OBC and SC/ST/PwD.
The eligibility criteria for UG, PG and B.tech Courses are given below.
- The eligibility criteria for each programme in which candidate apply is different. Candidate will have to complete their graduation in their specific field from any recognized university.
- There is no minimum age bar limit for admission in PG courses at Delhi University, except for courses regulated by bodies such as Medical Council of India, Bar Council of India, etc.
For UG Courses:
- Candidates have to qualify their Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
- Candidates have to pass the qualifying examination obtaining minimum marks as specified for each of the courses.
Delhi University Exam Pattern
The exam pattern will be different for different academic courses offered by the university. The PG entrance exam will be OMR based examination. Candidates must note that for UG courses (merit based) there will be no entrance exam. The entrance exam will be held for UG courses (entrance based) and PG courses.
Also check Delhi University Diploma Courses.
Delhi University Syllabus
The PG entrance exam syllabus will be different according to the candidate applying course. It contains the detailed syllabus of their graduation degree in specified programme. The DU syllabus for the entrance test for UG courses is based on the academic syllabus of class 11th and 12th. Candidates appearing for the UG Courses (entrance based) may check the official syllabus when the notification will be released by the university. Candidates must note that we will update the syllabus as soon as it will be released by the officials.
Here, we are providing the reservation table for UG and PG courses:
|Scheduled Caste||15 %|
|Scheduled Tribes||7.5 %|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||27%|
|Persons with Disabilities (PwD)||3%|
|Children / Widow of Armed Forces||5%|
Delhi University Result 2020
After the entrance exam, the Delhi University 2020 Result will be announced for the PG course. The result will be declared on the first week of July 2020 (tentative). The result comprises of merit list. On the basis of the merit list candidate will be called for the counselling process.
The UG programme cut-off marks will be prepared on the basis of class 12th marks of the school boards. The cut-off marks will be prepared by the various colleges affiliated to the Delhi University. Candidate will get admission in the UG programmes on the basis of the DU cut-off.
Delhi University Counselling 2020
Candidates will be called for the PG counselling process on the premises of the score and ranks in the merit list that is prepared on the basis of UG score for direct admission category and on the basis of the entrance exam marks for the admission through entrance exam. The DU counselling 2020 will be started after the few week of the result declaration. After the counselling process, candidate will face the interview session. After passing the interview, candidate will be selected for the admission in the university.
Delhi University Admission for UG Courses
The Delhi University Admission in UG programmes will be based on the prescribed eligibility criteria and cut off. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed and last admission will be done on successful confirmation of documents and submitting the same to the university along with academic year fees. Candidate will be selected on the basis of the merit list for PG course.
List of Documents Required at the Time of Admission
Candidates will be required to produce the following documents in original with two sets of self-attested photocopies at the time of admission.
- Class 10th and 12th Mark sheet
- Class 10th and 12th Passing Certificate
- Character Certificate (recent)
- SC/ST Certificate
- OBC (Non- Creamy Layer) Certificate
- At least two passport size self-attested photograph