Confused about Delhi University admissions 2016? We’ve got the answers
We answer some frequently asked questions that will make it easier for you to clinch the college of your choice.DU admissions 2016 Updated: Jun 04, 2016 14:09 IST
Thousands of students have thronged the Delhi University website to apply for the 60,000 seats that are up for grabs in undergraduate courses.
While this is the first time the university has made the entire UG admission process online, students are flocking to ‘Open Days’ counselling sessions that are being conducted to answer admission-related doubts and queries. DU has also uploaded an animated video on YouTube to explain various steps of the admission process.
But the process can be a daunting task. As you start off on this energy-sapping exercise, we at Hindustan Times asked you to tweet or send a video about any queries regarding admissions.
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Here are answers to some frequently asked questions (FAQs) that will make it easier for you to clinch the college of your choice:
There is no minimum percentage, the selection happens on the basis of merit.
@htTweets this time, the online form does not consist of list of colleges in which we want to apply, so are we eligible for all colleges?— Achal Jain (@iamachaljain) 2 June 2016
Yes, you are eligible to apply to all the colleges. Just select the course (as many as you want).
There are courses that can be applied to on the basis of an entrance tests. Unfortunately, the application process got over on May 31. However, here is a list of the course:
* Bachelor of Management Studies
* BBA Financial Management and investment analysis
* Bachelor of Economics
* Bachelor of Elements Education
* Two courses at Cluster Innovation Centre - BTech in information technology and mathematics Innovation, BA(Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences
4. Does DU offer seats to foreign students? (asked by Kaisar Moina on Facebook)
Yes, there’s a 5% reservation for foreign students but the application process is over.
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If you have passed your English exam and are then applying for revaluation, you can select ‘Passed’. If you’ve failed your English exam and are hoping to pass it after the revaluation process, please select ‘awaited’.
Information practice marks are included in the best 4 subjects only if you’re applying for computer science honours.
@soumya1405 plzz tell wt about those students ts who scored only 75% 😑?— Mandeep Yadav (@Anchormandeep) 2 June 2016
You could have opted for any of the entrance based courses, but now the application process for the management courses is over.
You will have to wait for the cut-off list which will be out on June 27. You can check last year’s cut-off list hereand get an idea.
@nehagupta2918 is there any negative marking in LL.M entrance exam??— MRADUL KHARE (@MradulKhare) 2 June 2016
There is no negative marking in LLM entrance test.
If you have any queries or doubts, you can tweet us at @hTtweets or shoot a video and we will tweet back with the answers! Do not forget to use the hashtag #CampusCalling. Let’s do this!
Videos: Shot and edited by Prerna Madan and Neha Gupta