DUET 2020 registeration begin, check details here

The University of Delhi will conduct the University Entrance examination for it’s various UG and PG courses. DUET 2020 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency and is a mandatory entrance test for select courses. Admission to most courses in DU is based on class 12th marks, but some courses require entrance test as qualification.

The courses for which entrance test is necessary are as follows :

Undergraduate Courses:
BBA Financial Investment Analysis
BSc in Physical Education, Health Education, and Sports
BA (H) Multimedia and Mass Communication
Five Year Integrated Programme in Journalism
BA (H) Business Economics
BTech Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations
BA (H) Humanities and Social Sciences
Bachelor of Elementary Education
Bachelor of Management Studies

Postgraduate Courses:
MSc/MSc-PhD combined degree course – biomedical science
MA Journalism
MSc Mathematics Education
MA Buddhist Studies
MA Linguistics
MSc Bio-Physics
MTech Microwave Electronics
Master of operational Research
MSc Forensic Science
MA Russian Students
MA, MSc environmental science
MA Lifelong LEarning and extension
MA East Asia Studies
MA Japanese
MA Social Work
MSc Genetics
MSc Informative

Last date to register for admission in DU is July 4, 2020. The official website link for the same is nta.ac.in or du.ac.in . The registrations began from 20th July and approximately 1.8 lakh students have registered already as per the university’s data.

To fill the form for any above courses, students will have to log into the official website. Next, Click on admissions 2020 bar and clock on the UG/PG courses. Once the registration is complete, students will have to pay the registration fees.

Registration fees for merit based courses is ₹350, and for reserved categories it’s ₹100. Registration fees for DUET 2020 is ₹750, and for reserved categories it’s ₹300.

The examination will last for two hours and total marks obtained are 100. The questions are MCQ based which will test the aptitude of the candidate.

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