All About Delhi University Entrance Exam (DUET) 2021 Admission - Important Dates, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Counselling

Delhi University Entrance Exam 2021: Get complete information about NTA Delhi University Entrance Exam 2021 including exam dates, syllabus, exam pattern, cut-offs, results and others details.

Created On: Aug 2, 2021 12:12 IST
Delhi University Entrance Exam 2021
Delhi University Entrance Exam 2021

DUET 2021 Updates: The DUET Registration is going to commence from 2nd August 2021 for the aspirants interested to apply for the entrance-based courses at Delhi University. National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the DUET exam on behalf of the University of Delhi. Candidates who are interested to apply for the exam can visit the official website as the registration window is open for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the university.

The DUET entrance exam is scheduled to be conducted from 26th September 2021 to 1st October 2021. DU offers admissions on two bases - merit-based admissions and entrance exams based admissions. Around 1800 seats are filled through DUET in different DU colleges.

DUET 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates appearing for the DUET 2021 must ensure that meet the eligibility criteria for the course they are applying for. The DUET 2021 eligibility criteria differ from course to course and only eligible candidates are be allowed to appear for the entrance examination. Application forms of the candidates who do not meet the eligibility criteria are disqualified from appearing in the admission process. Candidates can refer below for course-specific eligibility criteria:

Eligibility Criteria for DUET UG 2021 

Candidates appearing for the DUET 2021 for admission to undergraduate level courses such as B.Tech, B.A. in Humanities and Social Sciences and B.A. in Multimedia and Mass Communication can refer to the table given below for the course-specific DUET 2021 eligibility criteria

Courses

Eligibility Criteria

B.Tech

Qualifying Marks: Candidates must have successfully cleared their Class 12th examination and secured a minimum of 60% marks.

Qualifying Subject: Candidates need to have a minimum of 60% marks in four subjects that include mathematics as a compulsory subject.  

Age Criteria - There is no age bar for candidates applying for admission to the undergraduate-level courses on the basis of DUET. However, for programmes where regulatory bodies such as Medical Council of India (MCI), All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Bar Council of India (BCI), National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), Dental Council of India (DCI), etc. have prescribed the minimum age requirement in their regulations candidates need to meet the required age criteria.

BA Hons Humanities and Social Sciences

Qualifying Marks: Candidates must have successfully cleared their Class 12th or equivalent examination with a minimum of 60% marks.

Qualifying Subject: Candidates need to have a minimum of 60% marks in four subjects in the last qualifying examination.  

Age Criteria - There is no age bar for candidates applying for admission to the undergraduate-level courses on the basis of DUET.

B.A. Hons Multimedia and Mass Communication

 

Qualifying Examination- Candidates must successfully clear their class 12th or equivalent examination with a minimum of 75% aggregate marks.

Qualifying Subject- Candidates must have secured an aggregate of 75% marks in four subjects along with 85% marks in English. Candidates may include Mass Media Studies as an academic subject among the best four subjects.  

Age Criteria- There is no such age criteria for the candidates applying for admission to UG courses.

Eligibility Criteria for DUET PG 2021

Candidates appearing for the DUET 2021 for the PG level courses can refer to the table below for the course-specific eligibility criteria

Courses

Eligibility Criteria

LLB

Qualifying Marks: Candidates must have successfully cleared their graduation degree and secured a minimum of 50% marks aggregate marks for general category students. The minimum qualifying marks for the OBC and SC/ST category students is 45 and 40 percent marks respectively.

LLM

Qualifying Marks: Candidates must have successfully cleared their 3 or 5 year LLB degree from a recognized university/college. The minimum qualifying marks for general category candidates is 50% whereas for OBC and SC/ST category candidates it is 45 and 40 percent marks respectively.

MCA

 

Qualifying Examination- Candidates should have successfully cleared their bachelor's degree with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks.

Qualifying Subject- Candidates must have studied at least one paper in mathematics sciences.

M.Com

Qualifying Examination: Candidates must have successfully completed their B.Com, B.Com (Hons.), B.A. (Hons.) Economics or equivalent degree from a recognised university. The minimum qualifying marks for general category candidates is 50%. Whereas for OBC and SC/ST category candidates it is 45% and 40% marks respectively.

M.Tech (Microwave Electronics)

Qualifying examination: Candidates must have successfully completed their M.Sc. Electronics, M.Sc. Physics with specialization in Electronic or B.Tech./B.E. in Electrical/ Electronics/ Electronics and Communication/Instrumentation Engineering degree from a recognised university/college with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks.  

M.Ed.

Qualifying Examination: Candidates must have successfully completed B.Ed, B.A.B.Ed, B.Sc.B.Ed, B.El.Ed or D.El.Ed with an undergraduate degree from any recognized university. Also, candidates must have secured 50% marks in the last qualifying examination.

DUET 2021 Important Dates

Candidates aspiring for the DUET 2021 entrance examination can check the below-given table with reference to the important dates for the DUET 2021 examination.

DUET Exam Events

DUET 2021 Dates

Release Date of DUET Application Form (UG)

To be notified

Release Date of DUET Application Form (PG)

To be notified

Last Date to Apply for DUET (UG)

To be notified

Last Date to Apply for DUET (PG) 

To be notified
DUET Admit Card To be announced

DUET Examination

26th September 2021 - 1st October 2021

Announcement of DUET Result

To be announced

DUET 2021 Registration Process

Delhi University shall soon open the DUET 2021 registration forms for the undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and a few days later for the postgraduate level programs. The registrations are being conducted in the online mode. DU aspirants can visit the official website to complete the registration process for DUET 2021. The application fee for the DUET application remains the same as last year. Candidates need to pay INR 750 for the candidates belonging to General/OB/CW/Minorities and INR 300 for SC/ST/Pwd Category candidates in the year 2021. 

DUET 2021 Exam Pattern

The candidates appearing for the DUET 2021 must thoroughly go through the exam pattern for the DUET exam. The DUET exam pattern differs for different courses. Candidates are advised to check the course-specific DUET exam pattern before appearing for the exam. The exam pattern help candidates gain complete information regarding the examination mode, time duration, total marks, marks allotted to each question, marking scheme, types of question, and a total number of questions. Candidates can refer to the table below with reference to the DUET 2021 exam pattern highlights.  

Particulars

Details

Mode of Exam

Offline

Duration of Exam 

2 Hours

Number of Questions

100 Questions 

Type of Questions

Objective i.e., Multiple Choice Questions

Total Marks

400

DUET 2021 Admit Card

DUET 2021 Admit cards release date is yet to be decided by NTA.  The admit cards for both the UG and PG level DUET 2021 exams will be released after the registration process concludes. The DUET 2021 Admit card shall be released in the online mode and candidates will be required to download their admit cards by visiting and logging on to the official websites.

Also, candidates need to present their DUET 2021 admit card at the examination centre on the exam day. No candidate will be allowed entry to the centre without a valid admit card. Candidates will also be required to carry along an original photo identity proof (PAN Card, Voter ID card, Passport, Driving License, Aadhaar Card)  along with the admit card to the examination centre. Candidates are advised to thoroughly check the details mentioned on their admit card and in case of any discrepancy they must immediately contact the examination authorities.

Direct Link to Download DUET Admit Card 2021

DUET 2021 Test Centres

A tentative list of the test centers has been provided for the candidates. The final decision of conducting the test rests with NTA as due to the spread of COVID19 the entrance test organising arrangements will be made with utter care so that no candidate's life is threatened. 

The DUET 2021 Examination will be held at the 18 different test centres across India. Also, candidates must note that the examination centre once assigned will not be changed. Candidates appearing for the DUET 2021 can refer below for the complete list of the DUET 2021 test Centres-

DUET 2021 Examination Centres

Ahmedabad

Bangalore

Bhopal

Bhubaneshwar

Chandigarh

Chennai

Delhi (NCR)#

Guwahati

Hyderabad

Jaipur

Jammu

Kolkata

Mumbai

Nagpur

Patna

Ranchi

Trivandrum

Varanasi

#Delhi/NCR includes: Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad, Noida, Greater Noida, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad.

DUET 2021 Answer Key

The Answer key for the DUET entrance exam conducted for admission to the various courses offered by the Delhi University is uploaded directly on the University of Delhi and NTA websites. Candidates appearing for the DUET 2021 can visit the official websites of DU or NTA in order to check the answer key. The answer key for each course is released separately on the official portal. In case, candidates find any discrepancy in the answers mentioned in the answer key they can raise their concerns and register a complaint within the stipulated time period after the release of the answer key as per NTA policy.

DUET 2021 Results

The results for the DUET 2021 is expected to be out a few weeks after the exam is conducted by NTA. Candidates can check their DUET 2021 results in the online mode through the official websites of DU and NTA, i.e. du.ac.in. The results have been released in PDF file format. The DUET 2021 result constitutes the marks obtained by the candidates in the entrance examination. Candidates who qualify for the DUET 2021 entrance examination will be called in for counselling and the seat allotment process. 

DUET 2021 Cutoffs

The Delhi University will be releasing separate cutoff lists for different programmes. DUET 2021 cutoff is the minimum marks that the candidate must secure in order to qualify for the DUET 2021 examination. The cutoff list will differ basis the candidate's preferred institutes, courses, and category. Candidates who attain the required cutoff marks must log in to the admission portal and select the college and programme in which they wish to take admission.    

DUET 2021 Counselling

The DUET 2021 counselling is expected to be conducted in August- September 2021. The candidates who qualify DUET 2021 entrance examination will be called in for counselling rounds. To be eligible to appear for the counselling rounds the qualified candidates must first register themselves for the DUET 2021 counselling process. The examination authorities will be releasing separate merit lists for each of the courses wherein admissions are made on the basis of the DUET 2021 exam. Candidates will be allotted seats on the basis of the course their ranking in the course-specific merit list released by DUET authorities.

Documents Required for Counselling

Candidates can refer below with regards to the documents required for DUET 2021 Counselling :

  • Class X board examination certificate
  • Class X marksheet
  • Class XII marksheet
  • Class XII provisional certificate / original certificate
  • Recent character certificate
  • SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM certificate (if any)
  • OBC (non-creamy layer) certificate (if any)
  • Transfer certificate / migration certificate
  • At least two passport size self-attested photographs

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