DU 10th cut-off 2018: The candidates have to visit the respective colleges to complete the admission formalities on August 27. Most of the colleges have closed the admission process, remaining few where seats are still available for the reserve category candidates
DU 9th cut-off 2018: Miranda College demands 96.25 per cent for BA (Hons) English while Ramjas College also has opened admissions to its BA(Hons) Political Science and Economics.
DU UG SOL admission 2018: The School of Open Learning (SOL), DU has initiated its admission process for undergraduate courses and the last date for registration without late fee is August 31.
DU 8th cut-off 2018: The candidates have to visit the respective colleges to complete the admission formalities on August 13, that is, Monday. Most of the colleges have closed the admission process, remaining few where seats are still available for the reserve category candidates
DU JAT 2018: The Joint Admission Test (JAT) 2018 was conducted by the Delhi University (DU) on June 22, for admission into BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies), BA (Hons) Business Economics and BBA (FIA) courses.
The delay has prompted the secretary of the staff council, SOL, to write to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A senior SOL official said the delay was from the UGC’s end.
“The DSW office forwarded the letter to the HoD, asking why there has been cancellation of admission. With no response from the department head, she was forced to move court,” said Tarun Narang, Madhu Joshi’s lawyer.
DU 7th cut-off 2018: The cut-off remains high with Miranda College demanding 96.25 per cent for English (Hons) while Ramjas has set 94.25 per cent for the general category.
Started with the aim of helping students track attendance, the system has faced criticism from academic council and executive council members, who have alleged that the decision was without statutory sanction.
DU admission 2018: The lowest cut-off was issued by Bhagini Nivedita College for BA, B.Com programmes in General category. The cut-off for the BA programme in general category is 54 per cent, while B.Com is 52 per cent
Students will be attending the first day at the Delhi University (DU) today. While half of them may be nervous, rest might be excited about meeting the seniors, exploring the college campus, making new friends etc.
DU admission 2018: To protect the interests of its female students, Women police “in plain clothes” will be deployed in and around the colleges and offenders of eve teasing and other incidents will be taken care of
DU 6th cut-off 2018: At Gargi college, seats are still vacant for popular courses like BA (English), B.Com. The cut-off for English and B.Com stands at 93.75% for general category candidates, while admission for Philosophy, Political Science has been closed
However, university officials are worried that this may cause over-admission and put pressure on popular colleges.
DU JAT 2018 results: The Delhi University will release the first admission list for JAT (BMS/BBA(FIA)/BBE) and BA (Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences courses today by 4 pm