Delhi University Undergraduate Admission 2018

Last Updated - May 28 2018

Delhi University (DU), the prestigious university which attracts students from all over India, provides admission under several specializations of B.A, B.Sc & B.Com which is going to start. Final admission of a student will depend on maintaining the position in subsequent merit cum cutoff lists. Admission to DU involves screening of qualifying marks according to which briefing of the score will be performed. Students can apply in the online method for merit-based or we can say, to secure admission in non-entrance based courses provideed in various affiliated colleges of the University of Delhi.

Apart from the general cutoff list for students of boards recognized by DU, those students whose schools are not accredited with Association of Indian Universities, University Grants Commission & Ministry of Human Resource Development will be considered for admission in the University of Delhi on the basis of separate merit list. University has a unique grade point conversion system to cater for this purpose.

  • START DATE - END DATE

    01st Jun, 2018 - 19th Jun, 2018

  • Method of Application

    Online & Offline Both

Delhi University UG Admission 2018 Important Dates

B.Com , B.Sc & BA
EVENTDATE
Registration01st - 22nd Jun, 2018
Publication of First Rank List27th Jun, 2018
Approval of Admission on the basis of first Rank List27th - 29th Jun, 2018
Publication of Second Rank List01st Jul, 2018
Approval of Admission on the basis of Second Rank List01st - 04th Jul, 2018
Publication of Third Rank List07th Jul, 2018
Approval of Admission on the basis of Third Rank List07th - 09th Jul, 2018
Publication of Fourth Rank List (if any)16th Jul, 2018
Approval of Admission on the basis of Fourth List16th - 19th Jul, 2018
Commencement of Classes20th Jul, 2018
Closure of Admission16th Aug, 2018

Delhi University UG Admission 2018 Eligibility Criteria

for B.A/B.Sc & B.Com Courses

BA

Age Requirement:

There are no specific age criteria defined by the University for Admission to Under-Graduate courses. There would be no age bar for students with gap years.

BA (Vocational):

  • Admission will be provideed to those students only who have passed their Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) say, 10+2 from CBSE board or any other equivalent board recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with 40% marks in aggregate.
  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in one language subject & three best elective subjects.
BA Honors (French, German, Italian, Spanish):
  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in one language subject & three best elective subjects.
  • Admission will be provideed to those students only who have passed their Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) say, 10+2 from CBSE board or any other equivalent board recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with 45% marks in aggregate.

B.A Honors (Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Persian, Punjabi, Urdu, Sanskrit):

  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in one language subject & three best elective subjects.
  • Admission will be provideed to those students only who have passed their Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) say, 10+2 from CBSE board or any other equivalent board recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with 45% marks in aggregate.
  • Students who have obtained at least 40% marks in aggregate along with any of the subject namely, Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Persian, Punjabi, Urdu, Sanskrit are qualified to get admission in Maulvi Fazil, Prabhakar, Arabic, Munshi Fazil, Gyani, Abid Fazil, Shastri, Hindi, Persian, Urdu, Punjabi or Sanskrit.
B.Com

B.com:

?Admission will be provideed to those students only who have passed their Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) say, 10+2 from CBSE board or any other equivalent board recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with 40% marks in aggregate.

  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in one language subject & three best elective subjects.

B.Com (Honors):

  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in one language subject & three best elective subjects.
  • Admission will be provideed to those students only who have passed their Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) say, 10+2 from CBSE board or any other equivalent board recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with 45% marks in aggregate.
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Statistics) & Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics)
  • The student must have passed HSC examination with 45% marks in aggregate along with Mathematics (with 50% or above marks individually) as one of the subjects.
  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks in Mathematics, one language & two best elective subjects collectively.
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Botany) , Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Microbiology) & Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Zoology)
  • Student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate in Biology, Physics, Chemistry or Biotechnology.
  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of aggregate marks obtained in three science subjects.
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Anthropology)
  • The student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate in Biology, Physics, & Chemistry.
  • Merit list will be prepared on the basis of aggregate marks obtained in three science subjects.
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Biological Science)

The student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate in Biology/Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics along with one language subject e.g English.

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Chemistry) , Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Electronics) & Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Physics)

The student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics along with one language subject e.g English (with at least 50% marks)

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Geology)

The student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics/Geology/Biotechnology/Geography along with one language subject e.g English (with at least 50% marks)

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Biochemistry) & Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Food Technology)

The student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology/Biotechnology along with one language subject e.g English (with at least 50% marks)

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematical Science)

The student must have passed HSC examination with 40% marks in aggregate. Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in one language, Mathematics & two best elective subjects.

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Computer Science)
  • The student must have scored 60% or above in Mathematics.
  • The student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate along with Mathematics, one language subject & two academic subjects.
  • Students who have studied Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science & Mathematics at 10+2 level will be given the advantage of 5% marks in the merit list.
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Polymer Science)

The student must have passed HSC examination with 45% marks in aggregate in Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science/Chemistry along with one language subject e.g English (with at least 50% marks)

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Biomedical Sciences)
  • The student must have passed HSC examination with 55% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Biology/Biotechnology along with one language subject e.g English (with at least 50% marks)
  • Students with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology & Mathematics will be given extra 3% advantage in overall merit.
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Life Sciences)

The student must have passed HSC examination with 50% marks in aggregate in Physics/Chemistry & Biology/Biotechnology.

Delhi University UG Admission 2018 How to Apply?

BA & B.Sc

Students looking for admission in DU programmes, under non-entrance category are need to apply in online mode. Information for the same has been mentioned below:

Online Application Procedure:

  • Students need to register online by navigating to the official website of the University of Delhi. University has designed an admission portal to facilitate the common application platform for the students.
  • First-time users have to login by clicking on ‘New User Sign up’ option in the new user section.
  • Students should offer the login credentials like e-mail ID, a password with the minimum of six characters & mobile number as part of the registration procedure.
  • After completion of the registration procedure, a verification mail will be sent to your e-mail ID. You have to click on the ‘Confirm registration’ link.
  • Now you have to log in again to the Under Graduate admission portal by clicking on the ‘Registered User’ link.
  • In the ‘Registered User’ section you have to click on the ‘Apply Now’ tab.
  • Students have to offer basic details like name, DOB, address, academic details & most specifically the category under which they are going to apply whether CW or Kashmiri Migrants.

Note: If students are applying under ward quota of the University then they have to offer some additional information like name of the employee (Name of Mother/Father)

  • After entering the personal details students need to choose the course which they seeking to pursue according to their eligibility. You can choose more than one course at the time of application.
  • Now upload the documents & fill the details asked in the application form & submit the same.
  • After form submission, you will be navigated to the ‘Online Fee Payment’ section, where you have to pay the non-refundable fee by using the available payment options.
    1. The registration fee for General/OBC: INR 100
    2. The registration fee for SC/ST/PWD: INR 50
    3. The registration fee for Sports/ECA category: INR 100

Note: Students are strictly recommended to cross-check the information offered by them, as no further changes can be made after form submission.

Documents need to be uploaded at the time of online application procedure:

  • Community certificate, SC/ST/OBC (as assigned by competent authority)
  • Self-attested copy of board examination certificate of Class Xth & marks sheet
  • Certificate with reference to Kashmiri migrant, sports quota or Extra Curricular activities (ECA) quota (if applicable)
  • Character certificate/Migration certificate
  • Scanned copy of Photograph & Signature
  • Self –attested copy of the provisional certificate of Class XIIth & Marks sheet
  • Self-attested copy of income certificate, in case of OBC non-creamy layer (if applicable)

User Fact: Students must keep in mind that the documents like character/domicile/category certificates should not be more than 6 months older at the time of document verification. Students are recommended, to be willing with latest documents to avoid cancellation of registration.

User Notes:

  1. Students belong to sports or Extra Curricular Quota (ECA), required to apply via the same registration portal as for other categories.
  2. Women aspirants who wish to take admission in B.A./B.Com courses & who belong to the National Capital Territory in Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) also need to apply online.
  3. There will be no pre-admission or registration form at college level; students have to apply via a single application only.
  4. Children of war widows & Kashmiri migrants have to apply separately in online or offline method via a common admission form if they seeking to be considered under General/OBC/SC/ST/PWD or any other category.
  5. Students looking for hostel facilities can obtain the Hostel Accommodation Form from the respective college & must submit the same to that college only.
  6. Application & Admission procedure of St. Stephen’s college & Jesus & Mary college is slightly various form other affiliated colleges of DU. Students must visit the respective college if they wish to take admission in these colleges.

A process of Fee refund:

Delhi University has certain rules & regulations in case of cancellation of admission/ Migration of student or withdrawal from admission as discussed below:

Case 1: If any student has applied for with drawl from admission before the last date of admission. Here the full amount of fee will be refunded after deduction of INR 100 as processing fee.

Case 2: If any student has applied for with drawl from admission after the last date of admission & on or before July 31, 2018 (tentative). Here the full amount of fee will be refunded after deduction of INR 200 as processing fee.

Case 3: If any student has applied for with drawl from admission after July 31, 2018 (tentative) & on or before August 16, 2018 (tentative). Here the full amount of fee will be refunded after deduction of INR 400 as processing fee.

Case 4: If any student has applied for with drawl from admission after August 16, 2018 (tentative) then no amount will be refunded.

Case 5: If a student establishes guilty at any stage of admission procedure in terms of providing misleading information or falsification of facts, his/her candidature will be rejected & no fee will be refunded.

Delhi University UG Admission Procedure 2018

BA & B.Sc
  • After the screening, merit cum cutoff list will be announced by the university. The students will then require paying the admission fee in online method till 12 noon of the next day.
  • Students who could not be able to take admission in the first cutoff of Delhi University could be considered for admission in the subsequent merit lists offered seats are available in the college or course.
  • Admission will be performed after initial screening of qualifying marks as mentioned by aspiring students at the time of application.
  • After publication of fifth cutoff list, participating colleges will publish the number of vacant seats course & category wise on both college & university website.

Note: Students whose result has not been declared yet, will be qualified for admission in between the subsequent cutoff lists offered seats are available & student has pre-registered himself/herself for admission.

Admission procedure of Participating Colleges after fifth Cutoff list:

  • Only those students are qualified to participate in this admission procedure, who had previously applied for admission during the initial phase of the application. No student will be allowed to participate straight in the after fifth cutoff admission procedure.
  • After the briefing of admissions on the basis of the fifth cutoff list, respective colleges will notify the status of the vacant seat on both college & university website.
  • The student again needs to apply for the Under Graduate admission portal & have to choose the vacant seat in respective courses.

Note: Application under this procedure will be received online only for the next three days of the commencement of application procedure.

  • If after such three lists, the seats remain vacant then colleges will again follow the same process to fill up their vacant seats.
  • After receiving the answers colleges will separately prepare a merit list by considering the names, registration number & marks of best four subjects of PCM/PCB & will display the same on their websites (mentioning the name of qualified students)
  • Total three lists will be announced according to the schedule of the university to satisfy the requirements.

Criteria for Grade Point Conversion for students belong to boards not recognized by DU:

    According to Delhi University guidelines admission to any course shall not be granted on the basis of predefined scores given by respective boards. Grade Point Conversion rules have been considered to offer the common platform to all the students looking for admission from other boards. Delhi University follows certain rules to grant admission in the different course. The whole idea is to draw a line in order to scale their marks in best possible attitude. Grade conversion is applicable to:

    • Cambridge School certificate of Malayalam/African G.C.E/Overseas examination
    • School certificate examination of or XIIthgrade examination of Americal Embassy School New Delhi

    Admission Procedure for Foreign Students:

    Delhi University has recruited the ‘Foreign Students Advisor’ to handle all the queries of foreign students concerned to their admission. The foreign student can access to the Foreign Students Advisor’s office by:

    FOREIGN STUDENTS’ REGISTRY OFFICE

    Room No. 11, First Floor,

    Conference Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007

    Phone No: 011-27666756

    E-Mail ID: fsr_du@yahoo.com, akbasra@fsr.du.ac.in

    Note: Office will remain closed on every Saturday, Sunday & public holidays. All queries will be entertained in between 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    *The article might have information for the earlier academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification alloted by the University/College


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