Following the philosophy of 'better late than never', Delhi University on Saturday released its information bulletin which can be accessed on its official website du.ac.in.
10 days after the start of registration process for admission at Delhi University and the queuing up of students for open days conducted to eliminate confusion, the varsity uploaded the information bulletin for the ease of aspiring candidates.
The bulletin has all the information regarding the important dates, registration process, admission process, courses/programs and cut-offs of last year. Apart from this, the bulletin will also answer the frequently asked questions which will give further clarity to the entire process.
Registration for admission in Delhi University started on May 22 but the tab for 'academic information' was not functional as the board results were not declared then. The full website was made functional on May 31 but there were still a lot of confusions as the guidelines for merit-based courses, which help students understand the process of aggregating marks while filling up their academic details.
Here's a brief account of which section you should access to clear your doubts.
• Registration details: Page no. 1 to 2.
• Admission Procedure: 3-12
• Programs offered: 13-14
• Requirements for admissions: 14-17
• Program specific requirements: 18- 27
• College wise Course list and their fees: 28 (Annexture I)
• Reservations rules and procedures: 29-37
• Sports and ECA quota and guidelines: 38-43
• Admissions in non-regular courses like NCWEB, SOL: 49
• How to calculate best of four: Annexture 2(Page no. 89)
• Cut off list of previous year: 169
Admission for fine arts courses to start today
June 5, 2017 will mark the start of admission to Delhi College of Art for BA and MA courses and along with a diploma and post-graduation diploma in fine arts for the hearing and speech impaired.
The college carries out its own admission process and does not fall under DU's centralized admission policy. The college takes in a total of 273 students in BA and 70 in MA each year in its different courses.
Have more confusions? Read our e-book on DU admissions and get all your questions regarding registration, eligibility, college and courses.