DU Admissions 2017: Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the Most Asked Questions and their Answers regarding DU Admissions 2017 :

Question: When will the application form for UG/PG courses starts?
Answer: For PG courses (MD/MS/MDS) the application form is available from 1st March 2017. For UG courses the application forms will be available from 1 week of May, 2017.

Question: Is online registration mandatory for all candidates applying for the PG/Master’s admission?

Answer: YES, online registration is mandatory for ALL the candidates.

Question: Can I change my “Applicant’s details”, which I filled during the “New User registration”. Can I do that?
Answer: No, you can’t do that.

Question: Can I change the Centre of Entrance Examination after completing the online registration form. Is it possible?
Answer: No, candidate may choose any one of the six cities for appearing in the entrance examination through
the online registration. After completion of the online registration, the chosen Centre will not be changed.

Question: How I will get my admit card?
Answer: you can download your admit card by accessing your registration account.

Question: How can i upload self attested ID Proof/DOB Certificate/Caste Certificate?
Answer: Follow the steps mentioned below.
1. Take a photocopy of your ID Proof/DOB Certificate/Caste Certificate.
2. Self attest it.
3. Scan it and upload.

Question: What is the eligibility criteria for UG/PG courses?
Answer: Check Eligibility Criteria section for more details.

Question: How can I apply in multiple courses? Do I need to make payment for other courses separately?
Answer: After completing your application for one course, you can apply in another course using “Apply in New Course” button on your home area. You need to pay registration fee separately for each of the applied courses.

Question: What does the “Final Aggregate” mean to update result for merit? OR What percentage do I need to fill in Update Result for admission under Merit?
Answer: Final Aggregate is the combined total of all the B.A/B.Com/B.Sc. (or equivalent) semesters (or annual) result together.