The online registration process for admission to undergraduate courses at Ambedkar University (AUD) began on Friday. The registration process will continue till June 23.
There are 445 seats in around seven undergraduate courses on offer at AUD. The first cutoff list will be out on July 5, a few weeks after Delhi University’s cutoffs are announced. Admissions will be done between July 6 and 8.
AUD is a state university and hence 85% seats are for applicants from Delhi and 15% are for students from other states.
Students can only fill online application forms and there will be no offline forms.
The Kashmere Gate campus offers seven undergraduate courses, such as Economics, History, English, Mathematics, Psychology, Social Sciences & Humanities and Sociology. Each undergraduate course has 35 seats, officials said.
AUD launched its second campus at Karampura last year with 200 students on its roll. This campus has four undergraduate courses, such as Economics, Psychology and Social Sciences & Humanities and English. “Each undergraduate course has 50 seats on offer,” officials said.
The Kashmere Gate campus also offers 16 postgraduate courses with 534 seats, while the Karampura campus offers one postgraduate course with 42 seats, officials said. The online registration process for postgraduate courses start on April 24 and will end on June 23.
Students can also visit the campus at Kashmere Gate and Karampura to fill the online form between May 22 to June 23 by logging on to www.aud.ac.in.
The application fee is Rs 330 per undergraduate programme for all candidates and Rs 130 per programme for SC/ ST/ PwD candidates.
Last year, the university released 100% cutoff for a few subjects. It has sought 100% marks in Commerce from Delhi students who want to study Sociology and History at the university.
For non-Delhi students, the 100% cutoff is for five courses — BA (Hons) in English, History, Psychology, Sociology, and Humanities and Social Sciences. This is those who have studied Commerce in Class 12.
The university releases separate cutoffs for Delhi and non-Delhi students.