DU Admission 2017

DU AdmissionDU Admission 2017 – University of Delhi has begun admissions for DU 2017 from May 22 with the announcement of DU application form. The notification for DU 2017 admissions was made on May 13, 2017, when the Delhi University put an official notification declaring the dates for DU undergraduate admissions for both merit based as well as entrance test mode. Another notification was released on May 20 through which the University announced dates of the various cut off lists. While the application form of DU 2017 through merit based admissions begins on May 22, that for entrance test mode begins on May 31, 2017. The DU Applications will be open until the evening (5 pm) of June 12. The central university offers admissions to various undergraduate programmes through merit under the three-year UG programme structure. Candidates interested in pursuing the three-year programmes from various faculties of the Delhi University including Arts, Science and Commerce need to apply for DU Admission 2017. The University of Delhi offers as many as 54,000 seats in around 16 faculties and 86 departments of a total of 83 colleges spread over North and South campuses. Candidates can check here information on DU Admissions 2017 including important dates, eligibility criteria, application form, programmes, colleges, cut off and admission process. Scroll below to read more on DU Admissions 2017. 

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DU Admissions 2017: Brief information on Delhi University

Year of establishment

1922

Total number of colleges

83

Total number of faculties

16

Total number of departments

86

Total number of seats

54,000

Total number of students

15,000 in regular programmes and 25,000 in other programmes including those offered School of Open Learning (SOL)

 

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Earlier, the university followed a Four-Year Undergraduate Programme structure, which was known as DU FYUP. However the FYUP system was scrapped bringing the university programme structure back to three-year system.

 

DU Admission Process 2017

 

The University of Delhi will offer admissions to various undergraduate programmes in the university affiliated colleges for the academic admission year 2017-18. The DU 2017 undergraduate admissions in the various programmes will be offered on the basis of marks secured by the candidates in the qualifying board examination under 10+2 education system. The admission process of DU 2017 begins with the announcement of DU application form. After the DU undergraduate applicants have filled application form of DU 2017, the university declares cut off for DU 2017 admissions. The candidates, who meet the cut off marks for DU 2017 admission, will have to report to the colleges for document verification and other formalities as per Delhi University admission regulation and eligibility criteria for the offered DU programme. The candidates will then be offered admission into the programme at the college of their choice after remitting the fees. With this the DU admission 2017 process ends.

 

DU Important Dates 2017

 

Delhi University has announced DU 2017 important dates. Candidates can check here the important dates for DU 2017 admission events including notification, online registration, application form, fee payment, and announcement of cut off.

 

Delhi University 2017 Important Dates

S.No.

Events for DU 2017 admissions

Important Date and Time

1.

Notification of DU 2017 Admission

May 13, 2017

2.

Online registration begins for merit based DU 2017 admission

May 22, 2017 at 6 pm (Open/ Announced)

3

Online registration closes for merit based DU 2017 admission

June 12, 2017 at 5 pm

4

First Cut Off Marks List Release

June 20, 2017

5

Second Cut Off Marks List Release

June 24, 2017

6

Third Cut Off Marks List Release

July 1, 2017

7

Fourth Cut Off Marks List Release

July 7, 2017

8

Fifth Cut Off Marks List Release

July 13, 2017

9

Sixth Cut Off Marks List Release 

July 18, 2017

DU Important Events Official Notification


DU Eligibility Criteria 2017

 

Candidates need to fulfil the eligibility criteria of DU 2017 admissions before filling the application form of Delhi University undergraduate programmes under the three-year structure. DU 2017 eligibility criteria mentions minimum academic qualification required for admissions to the UG programmes in the university. Candidates may note that the DU eligibility criteria also mention the least required marks for the UG admissions in different programmes. Moreover, the central varsity will have common eligibility criteria for DU admissions 2017 for every of its constituent colleges except St. Stephen’s College and Jesus & Mary College, as they have been granted privileges of being minority colleges. The University of Delhi has not specified any age bar for admissions to undergraduate programmes under DU 2017 admission process. Further, the candidates who have secured grades and not scores/ marks in the12th board examination can find below the table for grade conversion at par DU admission policy 2017.

 

DU Admissions 2017: Grade Conversion into least percentage

Grade

Least percentage

1

90

2

75

3

66

4

61

5

57

6

51

7

47

8

40

9

Fail

DU Admissions 2017: Grade Conversion into mean percentage

Grade

Mean percentage

A

90

B

75

C

60

D

40

E

30

F

Fail

DU Application Form 2017

 

The University of Delhi has started online application form of DU on May 22, 2017 for admissions to three-year undergraduate programmes. Candidates need to register online for filling DU 2017 application form through the official link available in this page. Through the DU application form, candidates can apply for all the offered programmes in each college of the university, but two colleges– St. Stephen’s College and Jesus & Mary College as they announce their individual online application form for UG admissions. The candidates are thereby advised to choose as many programmes in as many colleges as they wish through the common online DU application form 2017. Candidates applying under General/ OBC/ Sports/ ECA/ category need to pay Rs. 100 as DU 2017 online application form fee. Moreover, the candidates from SC/ ST/ PwD category, applying for Delhi University 2017 admissions need to pay Rs. 50 as fee for DU application form. Candidates will have to remit the application fee of DU 2017 in online mode using Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking payment options. Further the duly filled in DU application form 2017 need to be submitted online before the last date, failing to do so will be liable to rejection of the candidature and no correspondence will be entertained in this regard.

 

DU Application Form 2017: Fees

Category

Fees for DU application form (in INR)

General/ Other Backward Classes

Rs. 100

Extra-Curricular Activities/ Sports Quota

Rs. 100

Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes/ Persons with Disability

Rs. 50

DU Programmes 2017

 

Delhi University offers a number of undergraduate programmes under the regular three-year programme structure. The UG programmes are offered under different faculties including Arts, Commerce and Science in the central varsity. Moreover, the other faculties running in the University of Delhi include Computer Applications, Law, and Management. The candidates aspiring to pursue the undergraduate programmes from Delhi University can choose amongst a variety of courses offered under these faculties. Further, the university also offers professional degree programmes under engineering and medical departments. The conventional degree programmes are offered under the below mentioned faculties–

  1. Faculty of Arts – BA (Pass) and BA (Hons.) courses

  2. Faculty of Commerce – B.Com and B.Com (Hons.) courses

  3. Faculty of Science – B.Sc (Pass) and B.Sc (Hons.) courses

Apart from the above mentioned conventional programmes for DU 2017 admissions, the university also offers correspondence courses under Delhi University School of Open Learning (DU SoL). The candidates can choose amongst as many as 22 courses from this campus including 3D Animation & Modeling, English Proficiency, Photography, Software Application Development, and Web Designing.

 

The central varsity also offers Certificates, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in a number of foreign languages including Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Romanian, Spanish, and Portuguese. These foreign language programmes are offered as part-time programmes under the University guidelines of DU admisison process 2017.

 

DU Colleges 2017

The University of Delhi affiliates as many as 83 colleges, which are spread over length and breadth of the national capital. Candidates can find the list of coveted colleges of Delhi University, with their locations and offered programmes under DU admissions 2017.

 

Delhi University Colleges

S.No.

Colleges* (Location)

Programmes offered

1

Aditi Mahavidyalaya (North Campus)

B.A. and B.Com

2

Daulat Ram College (North Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

3

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (North Campus)

B.A. and B.Com

4

Gargi College (South Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

5

Hans Raj College (North Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

6

Hindu College (North Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

7

Indraprastha College for Women (Central Delhi)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

8

Jesus and Mary College (Central Delhi)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

9

Kirori Mal College (North Campus)

B.A. and B.Sc.

10

Lady Shri Ram College for Women (South Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

11

Miranda House (North Campus)

B.A. and B.Sc.

12

Ramanujan College (South Campus)

B.A. and B.Com

13

Ramjas College (North Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

14

Shri Ram College of Commerce (North Campus)

B.A. and B.Com

15

Sri Aurbindo College (South Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

16

Sri Venkateshwara College (South Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

17

St. Stephen’s College (North Campus)

B.A. and B.Sc.

18

Vivekananda College (East Delhi)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

19

Zakir Hussain College (South Campus)

B.A., B.Com and B.Sc.

*Alphabetical order

 

The North Campus in Delhi University has 16 faculties and 84 departments while the South Campus has 19 departments and 5 learning centres.

 

DU Cut off 2017

 

The Delhi University will announce as many as five cut offs for DU 2017 admissions. The central varsity will delcares its first cutoff tentatively in the month of June. DU 2017 cutoff will be calculated on 'Best of Four' subjects formula. Candidates applying for the DU 2017 programmes in any college need to meet the cut off for DU admissions 2017. On meeting the DU cutoff for undergraduate admissions, the candidates will be offered seats for the chosen programme in the DU college after document verification process. The University of Delhi will declare DU 2017 admissions cutoffs for each category – General, OBC, SC, ST and PwD.

 

DU 2017 Cut-off schedule

S.No.

DU Cutoffs

Schedule for DU Cut-off*

1

DU First Cut off/ 1st cut off for DU 2017 admission

Third week of June 2017

2

DU Second Cut off/ 2nd cut off for DU 2017 admission

Last week of June 2017

3

DU Third Cut off/ 3rd cut off for DU 2017 admission

First week of July 2017

4

DU Fourth Cut off/ 4th cut off for DU 2017 admission

Second week of July 2017

5

DU Fifth Cut off/ 5th cut off for DU 2017 admission

Third week of July 2017

*Tentative dates; subjected to change

 

Even after the University of Delhi has announced five DU cut offs and seats are left for various programmes in the constituent colleges of the central varisty, the DU colleges in such circumstances will announce separate merit lists for the admissions. The colleges will prepare merit list of candidates depending on the number of seats vacant in the offered programmes. The DU colleges will be announcing as many as three such DU 2017 merit lists for filling up the vacant seats.

 

DU Admission 2017 Cut offs (Expected)

Programmes

Colleges

Seats

2016 Cutoff %

B.A. (Hons.) English

Hindu College

39

97.75

Gargi College

46

96.50

Lady Shri Ram College

85

98.25

St. Stephen’s College

-

99

Sri Venkateswara College

39

96.75

B.Com

Gargi College

123

96.25

Jesus and Mary College

-

98.25

Sri Venkateswara College

92

96.75

Ramjas College

74

98.75

Kirori Mal College

99

96.50

B.Com (Hons.)

Shri Ram College of Commerce

325

98

Jesus and Mary College

-

96.25

Lady Shri Ram College

54

98

Sri Venkateswara College

92

97.5

Gargi College

123

97

B.Sc (Hons.) Maths

Hindu College

39

97.5

Lady Shri Ram College

46

97.5

Miranda House

70

96.75

St. Stephen’s College

-

96

Sri Venkateswara College

92

97

B.A. (Hons.) Economics

Shri Ram College of Commerce

80

98.25

Lady Shri Ram College

85

98

Hindu College

54

98

St. Stephen’s College

-

98

Sri Venkateswara College

39

97

DU Reservation 2017

 

The University of Delhi, being a central university follows the Central Government and UGC guidelines on reservation of seats. The varsity offers reservation of seats to the reservved category candidates in each of the programmes. Candidates can find below the percentage of seats reserved for different categories as per DU 2017 admission policy.

 

DU Admissions: Seat Reservation

S.No.

Category

Percentage of seats reserved in each of the offered programmes

1

Other Backward Classes

27 per cent

2

Scheduled Castes

15 per cent

3

Scheduled Tribes

7.5 per cent

4

Persons with Disabilities

3 per cent

5

Kashmiri Migrants

5 per cent

6

Wards/ Widowes of War Army Officers

5 per cent

7

Foreign candidates

5 per cent

8

Sports/ ECA Quota

5 per cent

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