Common journalism test for DU colleges
This year, those wanting to study for a journalism honours degree in Delhi University need to clear a Combined Journalism Entrance Test (CJET), which will have an online application process.education Updated: May 20, 2011 15:20 IST
This year, those wanting to study for a journalism honours degree in Delhi University need to clear a Combined Journalism Entrance Test (CJET), which will have an online application process. The first CJET, for admission to five colleges running the journalism programme, is scheduled for June 19.
Those clearing the test will have to appear for an interview at Maharaja Agrasen College (MAC), the coordinator for the common test.
In addition to MAC, the other participating colleges are Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Kalindi, Kamala Nehru, and Lady Shri College for Women.
Applicants should have at least 70% marks in best of four subjects, including a minimum of 60% in English, in Class 12.
Aspirants will be able to apply at mac.du.ac.in or journalismdu.admissionhelp.com from May 20 to June 5, said Sunil Sondhi, principal, MAC. The application fee will be R700 for general category students and R350 for the reserved groups. Payment can be made through credit card as well as at select banks.
The test result, too, will be declared online, on June 29.
A total of about 180 seats are expected to be filled through the CJET.
Test date: June 19 (Sunday), 9.30am to Noon
Test centres to be announced
Declaration of result: June 29