DU admission 2018: Options to explore if you don’t make the cut
Students who are unable to get into a Delhi University college need not be disheartened. There are other options they could explore instead.Updated: Jun 23, 2018 15:34 IST
Delhi University aspirants need not despair about the high cutoffs in the first list as most colleges are likely to come out with a second list with a slight dip in the minimum marks required for admission.
The highest cutoff at Delhi University in the first list is 98.75% at Lady Shri Ram College for BA (Programme). Journalism (Hons) at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) and Economics (Hons) at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) are a close second at 98.50%.
College principals said they are extra cautious while announcing the first list and it is only when admissions under the first list are over that they are able to release a realistic cutoff.
Students who are unable to get into a Delhi University college need not be disheartened. There are plenty of options they could explore instead.
- Application form available online at sol.du.ac.in
- No cutoff; admission based on ‘minimum requirements.’
- One can choose between BA programme, B.Com, BA (honors) Political Science, B.Com (honors) and BA (honors) English.
- One can pursue a BCom (Hons) at SOL as long as one has secured a 60% or more in their Class 12 board exams.
- For BA (Hons) English, one needs to have secured at least 65% in their 12th grade, with at least 75% in English. Else they must have an aggregate of at least 65% in elective English and three other academic subjects.
- To pursue a BA (Hons) in Political Science, your best four score must be at least 50% , where one subject is a language.
- For their BCom and BA programmes, the minimum eligibility is that one needs to have scored at least 40% in their qualifying exams.
- 20-odd contact classes every year; attendance not mandatory.
- SOL is likely to start 10 new undergraduate courses, including vocational courses, in the upcoming academic session.
- SOL admits around 1.5 lakh students in undergraduate courses every year
- Admission based on cutoffs.
- No separate application form, the central DU form to be filled. Female applicants, who are residents of NCT of Delhi, are automatically considered for NCWEB too.
- First cutoff list will come out on July 1, with the second cutoff list for DU colleges.
- Contact classes held once a week, at assigned centres.
- Offers BA and BCom programmes.
- Currently, there are 12,200 NCWEB seats at 26 of its centres.
- The Delhi University is considering increasing the number of seats.