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DU Admissions 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: Application Forms from Aug 2, How is Best of 4 Calculated

DU Admissions 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The application process will begin for undergraduate students from August 2 at du.ac.in

News18.com | July 17, 2021, 18:38 IST

DU Admissions 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The much-awaited admissions for the University of Delhi (DU) will begin soon. This year too the admission process will be held digitally. Taking a cue from last year, this year the varsity has launched a new website altogether for online registrations. Further, there will be a single registration-cum-application form for all departments, campuses, and colleges.

After much debate, the varsity has decided to do away with the CUCET or common entrance exam and admissions will be held on the basis of class 12 marks. The merit as usual will be calculated based on the best of four marks obtained in class 12. After last years’ 100% cut-off, Delhi University says it will “stabilize” cut-offs this year.

The varsity has released its admission brochure and the online registration programme will begin from July 26 for postgraduate, MPhil, and PhD courses. For undergraduate courses, the application process will open from August 2 and will remain open till August 31. There will be only a single form called “registration-cum-application form” for admission to all colleges, campuses, and departments.

Jul 17, 2021 18:38 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: Application form release date

For undergraduate courses, application-cum-registration form will release from August 2 and will be available from August 31. The postgraduate, PhD, and MPhil will start from July 26 and conclude on August 21.

Jul 17, 2021 18:26 (IST)

DU to hold online seminars, helpdesk to help students

Since the DU admissions will be held online, the admission branch is planning to organize webinars and upload tutorial videos to help candidates throughout the admission process. 

Jul 17, 2021 18:15 (IST)

Relaxations in cut-off for these students

There are certain relaxations available in the cut-off, for instance, SC, ST, PwD candidates will get a rebate up to five per cent in the cut-off. For OBC category candidates, the cut-off will be relaxed up to 10 per cent. EWS category candidates will be treated the same as unreserved category students, as per the rules. The exact category-wise cut-offs are mentioned at du.ac.in and in respective college websites.

Jul 17, 2021 18:03 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: How to calculate cut-off

Delhi University usually counts cut-off on the basis of the ‘best of four’ marks obtained in class 12. As a thumb rule it is any four courses including one language, however, for certain courses, having specific subjects in class 12 is a requirement. For instance for economics, class 12 marks of language (any), math, and economics will be considered. Then in such case, students' best of four will be math + language course + economics + any subject. This is just an example, candidates can refer to details at the official website.

Jul 17, 2021 17:44 (IST)

New session in regional languages

From this year onwards, many colleges are offering courses in regional languages. While the AICTE has allowed regional courses in about 11 languages; in the first phase, the courses will be offered in five languages including  Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Bengali — from the new academic year (2020-21)...read more

Jul 17, 2021 17:41 (IST)

Start Admissions in August: UGC to Colleges

The University Grants Commission has asked colleges to start admission soon after CBSE and CISCE declare results for class 12. Both the boards are expected to announce results by July 31. For the new academic session, the UGC said, “ensure that the admission process for undergraduate courses or programmes for the academic session 2021-2022 commences only after the declaration of results by the CBSE, ICSE, and State Boards. It is expected that all the School Boards will declare their results for the class/grade-XII examinations by July 31, 2021"...read more

Jul 17, 2021 17:39 (IST)

IP University Launches 5 new Courses

This year, IP University has launched five new programmes including B. Tech in Artificial Intelligence& Data Science, B. Tech in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, BTech in Industrial Internet of Things, and BTech in Automation & Robotics, Bachelor of Design.

Jul 17, 2021 17:38 (IST)

IP University Admissions 2021 open

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIU) commonly known as IP University has already started its admission process at ipu.admissions.nic.in. The admission process was earlier to be closed on July 15, however, has been extended till July 31.

Jul 17, 2021 17:34 (IST)

DU preparing to combat high cut-offs

Delhi University authorities are already preparing to fight high cut-offs. To ensure deserving students get through the university is working on making the cut-offs “stabilize".  “The admission Branch is working with Principals of Colleges on modalities for deciding cut-offs so as to avoid over and under admissions," DU said in an official notice.

Jul 17, 2021 17:22 (IST)

More 90+, More applications: Will cut-off rise again?

This year not only are the number of applicants for the University of Delhi (DU) are expected to go higher but also going by the trend most state boards are opting for lenient marking for students. This year, the alternative mode of assessment has given rise to more students who scored 90+ marks. These factors combined can lead to a higher cut-off rates for DU admissions.

Jul 17, 2021 17:16 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: Number of applicants to remain high

In 2020, a total of 3,53,717 students applied for about 60,000 seats. This was a rise of about 1 lakh students as compared to 2019. This year too the number is expected to be high as those who used to fly abroad for studies are looking for Indian universities due to travel restrictions.

Jul 17, 2021 17:07 (IST)

DUET for more subjects

From the academic year 2021-22 onwards, admissions to Bachelor in Physiotherapy, Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Prosthetics & Orthotics, and Masters of Physiotherapy will be done through DUET. All entrance tests will be conducted through NTA's Computer Based mode. This year, the University of Delhi is planning to increase the test-centres for DUET.

Jul 17, 2021 16:41 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: No trials for ECA admissions

Due to the unprecedented situation of COVID-19 pandemic and prevailing public health guidelines, UG merit-based admissions under the ECA and Sports Categories will take place without the conduct of online/offline trials. Admissions under these supernumerary seats will be done based on the Merit/Participation certificates of the applicants. Only for this year, the applicants will be allowed to upload certificates of the preceding four years (1st May 2017 – 30th April 2021). 

Jul 17, 2021 16:38 (IST)

DU to work on stabilizing cut-off

Admissions to Under-Graduate Merit-based programmes will be based on Cut-offs as per past years' practice. "The Admission Branch is working with Principals of Colleges on modalities for deciding cut-offs so as to avoid over and under admissions," said DU in an official notice.  

Jul 17, 2021 16:35 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: Documents needed

The application-cum-registration form will be released shortly by the varsity. In order to ensure that students apply fast and smoothly. Here is the list of documents they need to keep ready before applying

-- Passport size photograph of the applicant
-- Scanned signature of the applicant
-- Self-attested class 10 certificate/mark sheet containing date of birth
-- Self-attested class 12 mark sheet
-- Class 12th provisional certificate/ original certificate
-- Character certificate from the institution last attended
-- Transfer certificate as well as Migration certificate from school/college
-- SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM Certificate, if applicable
-- OBC certificate in the name of the applicant issued on or after March 31
-- EWS Certificate, if applicable
-- Self-attested copies of sports and/or ECA certificates
-- Students who did not appear in compulsory English are required to submit a certificate that they have passed English as a second language in senior secondary hat is up to Class 10th
-- Copy of online registration form of university with university centralized registration number

Jul 17, 2021 16:29 (IST)

No fee hike this year

The University has also decided that there will be no change in the registration fees for merit-based and entrance-based admissions. The decision has come in the light of COVID-19 pandemic. 

Jul 17, 2021 16:28 (IST)

Admission to All PG, some UG courses via DUET

Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET-2021) for all Post-Graduate programmes, selected Under-Graduate programmes and M.Phil./Ph.D programmes will be conducted by the National Testing Agency(NTA) for which the dates will be announced soon. All entrance tests will be conducted through NTA's Computer Based mode. The dates of entrance exams has not been released yet and will be issued soon.

Jul 17, 2021 16:26 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: Extra fee for applying for more than one coure

While there is a common form for undergraduate admissions, for postgraduate programmes, the candidates will be required to fill one registration form but pay separate registration fees if opting for more than one programme. All candidates applying for M.Phil/Ph.D. Programmes will have to fill a common registration form. The registration fee will be non-refundable

Jul 17, 2021 16:19 (IST)

Single form Admissions

The University will have only one form for admission to all colleges, departments, and campuses, candidates will not have to apply separately. Centralized UG admissions will be done through one "Registration-cum-Application" form, informed DU. All departments and colleges will use the same "Registration-cum-Application Form" for admissions and the candidates will not have to fill any other form.

Jul 17, 2021 16:14 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: Varsity explains why CUCET idea was dropped

"Considering the challenges that emerged last year due to Covid pandemic, this year, for the benefit of the students, the University has decided to retain the Eligibility Criteria as last year," said DU in an official notice. This implies, the much-debated-about common entrance test will not be applicable from this year.

Jul 17, 2021 16:09 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: Important dates

For admission to postgraduate, PhD, and MPhil programmes, the application forms will be released on July 26 and will remain open till August 21. For undergraduate courses, the forms will be available from August 2 and will remain open till August 31

Jul 17, 2021 16:09 (IST)

New Admission Portal

The University of Delhi launched what it calls "a new refined website" which will be dedicated to information pertaining to all admissions. 

Jul 17, 2021 16:01 (IST)

DU admissions 2021: Will there be a CUCET?

The university has earlier said that it would consider CUCET as well as one of the modes of admissions, however, as per the latest admission brochure, the same will not be considered. There was a lot of debate around CUCET. Some academicians called it to be biased towards upper class, some students said introducing the same so late will leave them with no preparation time.

Jul 17, 2021 15:57 (IST)

DU admissions 2021 brochure released

The University of Delhi (DU) released an admission brochure for the upcoming admission cycle for the academic year 2021-22. This year too, the admission process will be held online.

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DU Admissions 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: In 2020, a total of 3,53,717 students applied for undergraduate courses at Delhi University. In 2019, the number was 2.58 lakh. Due to the high number of candidates and limited seats, the highest cut-off went up to 100 per cent for DU. This year, too said Gupta, the number is expected to remain high.

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