Delhi University has arrived in with its second cut-off list for the undergraduate admissions. The second cut-off list is out for 65 colleges across the city.
Even after scrapping of FYUP system, the confusion in DU admission procedure is on.
A steep decrease is likely to be seen in Delhi University cutoffs for admissions 2014 in the three programme courses— BA, BSc and BCom, restored under the three-year degree programme.
The second cut-off list for admission to various undergraduate course of the University of Delhi (DU) for the academic year 2014-15 has been announced by the different colleges of the University on Friday, 03 July, late evening.
After a week’s gap, the admission procedure in Delhi University colleges resumed with the three-year undergraduate programme format.
In view of the guidelines notified by the University of Delhi on 28 June 2014, St. Stephen’s College shall publish a modified list for admission.
A day after the admission committee of College of Vocational Studies has decided to uphold the admission to its five vocational courses, the staff council of the college came up with cutoffs of those five discarded courses.
The first cut-off list for DU Admission 2014 has been announced and as expected, it is soaring high with 100% cut-off required for B. Sc Computer Science Admission in at least three colleges.
The College of Vocational Studies has decided to withhold the admissions to its five vocational management courses for this year.
Finally after creating lot of controversy, Delhi University came out with its first cut-off list on Monday, 30 June 2014. This time, two courses, B Com and Economics (Honours) have witnessed the most competition, setting up to high cut-off percentage.
Delhi University (DU) announced its First Cut-off List on Monday, 30 June, late evening for admission to Undergraduate Courses under the three-year format for the academic session 2014.
The University of Delhi is all set to start its admission process from 01 July 2014 onwards for the undergraduate courses of the academic year 2014-15.
After fierce protests and many controversies, finally Delhi University (DU) has come up with the conclusion to accept UGC’s directive and start its admission process for session 2014-15 on a three-year format. The four year undergraduate programme has been dropped by the University and admissions are likely to follow from coming Monday.
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has issued its first cutoff list for commerce and economics on Monday but due to FYUP issue, it has withdrawns its list unlike other DU colleges.
Admission Process in different colleges of Delhi University is put on hold due to University Grants Commission's (UGC) issues over Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).
The list of Delhi University’s Schedule for this academic year has been released.
Delhi University lately came out with a warning as well as caution to prevent students getting trapped in taking help from touts/agents for acquiring seat during admission procedure in the varsity.
The Delhi University now will consider the informatics practice to be equivalent to computer science during admission process, starting from the ongoing admission procedure.
Getting admission to a reputed college becomes tougher as St Stephen’s College announced its cut-off list for the new academic year of 2014-15.
In order to bring respite to the protesters of Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP), the University Grant Commission (UGC) has sent a letter to Delhi University on 16 June asking it to review and reconsider the FYUP.
The commerce students who have applied for a commerce seat in Delhi University colleges will not have to face a 2% decrease in case accountancy is not included in their best four subjects.
Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has notified for admission to the BA and B Com programmes for women who want to pursue a distance learning degree over the regular mode.
Delhi University has brought in some new guidelines for its OMR-based entrance examination, which includes uploading of answer keys on official website within 24 hours of the completion of the test.
Central Board of Secondary Education has criticized the Delhi University's decision to deduct 2.5% from the aggregate marks of those aspirants of four-year under graduate Programmes (FYUP) who had studied Informatics Practices as an elective subject in class XII.
The admission process for filling 840 seats for Bachelor of Honours in Management Studies (BMS) in Delhi University will commence from 07 June 2014, as told by an official from Delhi University.
Delhi University (DU) is likely to commence admission process in diffent undergraduate courses (UG Courses) for the academic session 2014-2015 from 02 June 2014.
In a recently issued notification, the Delhi University (DU) has announced that in this admission season, admission will not be made on the basis of first-come-first-serve, instead all those applicants who meets the cutoff mark and reach college within the stipulated time will be enrolled for the course.
Following the decorum of its recently announced ‘inclusive policy’ for undergraduate admissions 2014, Delhi University has decided to let girl students continue availing relaxation in cutoff.
Delhi University admission process for undergraduate courses for the academic session 2014-15 will be flagged off in the first week of June. The admission forms will be available form 02 June 2014.
University of Delhi (DU) has invited applications from eligible candidates for admission to Post-graduate/Master’s Courses under its various Faculties/Departments.