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DU admissions: JMC aspirants need to fill both DU and college forms

Like St Stephen’s College, students have to fill a separate college admission form along with the Delhi University’s centralised registration format to apply to Jesus and Mary College.

DU admissions 2016 Updated: Jun 17, 2016 14:05 IST
Heena Kausar
Delhi University officials have said that students seeking admission in Jesus and Mary College will have to fill a separate college admission form available at www.jmc.ac.in.
Delhi University officials have said that students seeking admission in Jesus and Mary College will have to fill a separate college admission form available at www.jmc.ac.in.(Sonu Mehta/HT Photo)

Like St Stephen’s College, students have to fill a separate college admission form along with the Delhi University’s centralised registration format to apply to Jesus and Mary College.

Both Jesus and Mary College (JMC) and St Stephen’s College are Christian minority colleges and reserve 50% seats for Christian students.

“To seek admission in JMC this year, applicants will have to fill a separate JMC admission form available at www.jmc.ac.in. They will be required to provide the DU registration number when filling the JMC form,” said JMC.

The college said the students will first have to register on the DU website so they can provide the central registration number before submitting the separate JMC online admission form.

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“An applicant can fill only one form and three preferences can be marked on one form. If a candidate applies for BA Programme course, she will be provided three choices of discipline combinations in order of preference,” the college said on its website.

Any student who fills more than one form will be disqualified even at a later stage. The last date to fill the form is July 19. The cutoff will be released as per the Delhi University schedule.

Students applying to BCom (Honours) course must have studied Mathematics in Class 12. For those applying to BCom Programme, 2% weightage will be given if they have studied any of the two subjects — Business Studies, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Commerce and Computer Science.

Mathematics is compulsory for those applying for Economics course.

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For those applying to Hindi, it is compulsory to have studied Hindi and English upto Class 12 with 60% in Hindi.

Those applying for History will get 2% weightage if they have studied the subject in Class 12. Similarly, 2% weightage will be given to students applying to Political Science and having studied the subject in Class 12.

Advantage of 1% will be given to students whose best of four marks has Psychology and the student has scored above 85% in Class 12 board examination.

Students applying under Sports and ECA category have to appear for the trials and must show all original documents and certificates as per the schedule put up on college website or notice board.

Key points to remember

* Fill separate college form along with DU’s centralised form

* A student can fill only JMC form

* Student filling more than one JMC form will be disqualified

* Student can fill three course preferences in the JMC form