Students applying for the UG programs of DU Admission 2016 need to fill up their application with utmost care. The University has set minimum percentage criteria course wise. Students must have a good knowledge in this regard before applying.
The online registration for DU Admission 2016 has begun and the University has been receiving overwhelming response. On the day one, a total of 39000 applicants had registered and on the second day more than 80000 applications were submitted.
For admission to the UG programmes, Delhi University has set minimum educational qualification criteria course wise. Here are the important highlights of the percentage criteria course wise:
- For Bachelor Programme in Arts, Vocational and Commerce the minimum percentage required is 40% in the qualifying exam.
- For Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), 45% is the minimum marks required in the qualifying exam
- For applying to any particular subject(s), the student must have passed in the subject(s) in the qualifying exam
- All the Mathematics/ Statistics aspirants must have a minimum 50% mark in the Mathematics subject. A total of 45% aggregate marks is compulsory
- The merit of a student will be decided on one language, mathematics and two elective subjects
- Computer Science aspirants should have a minimum of 60% marks in Mathematics. A total of 55% aggregate mark is required in one language, mathematics, physics and chemistry.
- For non-science applicants, the four subjects required for merit will include two academic subjects. A total of 2 percentage points will be done, from aggregate.
- BSc (Honours) aspirants need a minimum 55% aggregate in three science subjects.
The information given here is correct in every form. However students can check the information bulletin of the University for more detail with accuracy.
The first cut off list for DU Admission 2016 will be released on 27 June. Right after the declaration of the first cut off list, students will have only three days to complete the entire process.
This year the University has implemented certain new policies in the admission process. Apart from making the entire procedure online, the varsity has also offered Kashmiri migrants (including those outside Jammu and Delhi), a 5 per cent quota in the admission. Favourable norms have been set for the aspirants seeking admission under ECA and Sports quota. There will be centralised trials for these students, instead of multiple tests.
The online registration process for DU Admission 2016 will conclude on 19 June.