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DU decides to scrap 10 per cent deduction policy for students from State Boards

The Delhi University has decided to do away with the 10 per cent deduction policy for students from state boards. Till last year the students with science subjects who came from boards were allotted 60 marks for theory and 40 marks for practical used to lose out on 10 % marks. As state boards follow 60:40 scheme for theory and practical examination, whereas CBSE follows 70:30

division. So, students who were applying from these state boards used to lose 10 marks from each subject. Now DU has finally decided to scrap this policy and the students from state boards will
compete with the rest of the students from equal platform.

A Huge Response for PG Courses in DU

Delhi University’s Post Graduate programmes have received more than lakh applications for admission.

Delhi University began the Post Graduate admissions from April 25, 2016. About 1.29 lakh applications have been received for enrolment in the Mater’s programme courses of the university.

For the first time the Delhi University is conducting admission tests in other parts of the country as well. Exam will be held in six other centres apart from Delhi.

More about the application and courses:

  • 1.29 lakh applicants have applied for 69 courses and 51 other departments
  • The number of General category applicants is 1.02,667.
  • 7,276 applications are received for M.Phil and PhD in 85 courses in 53 departments.
  • Delhi has the highest number of applicants followed by UP, Haryana and Bihar.
  • Varanasi has come to the second position with 491 applications

Admissions open for Executive MBA Programmes at Delhi University

Executive MBA Programmes at Delhi University

Faculty of Management Studies of Delhi University is inviting applications for the admission to its MBA and the doctoral programmes for the 2015 session. It is the first time that for the admission in the MBA programme of Delhi University the CAT scores will be accepted.

Delhi University Registrar said in an official notification today, “The Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) has started the online registration for MBA, MBA (Executive), MBA Executive (Health Care Administration) and the PhD programmes for the academic session 2015-16.”

The students who are in the final year of their Bachelor degree are eligible to apply for the MBA programme, candidates seeking admission to MBA Executive and MBA Executive (Health Care Administration) programmes should have at least five years of experience after passing the bachelor’s degree examination.

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Opening of Online Registration Date: October 01, 2015.
  • Last Date for Registration Date: November 10, 2015.

Online registration along with the supporting documents to FMS latest by December 11, 2015.

NUMBER OF SEATS

  • MBA Executive – 159
  • MBA Executive (Health Care Administration) – 39

As we know that Delhi University is modifying its selection pattern this year, the university will no longer conduct the entrance examination for the applicants as FMS will be using the Common Admission Test (CAT) scores to shortlist candidates for its Masters of Business Administration (MBA) 2015-17 programme.

However, it is really important to note that the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) do not play any role in the selection process of FMS or in delivering the MBA programme.

FCRA registrations cancelled for DU and JNU

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The FCRA registrations of Delhi University and JNU have been cancelled for alleged violation of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 2010, leaving both the universities in a lurch.

This may cause disruption in the offer of fellowships for international seminars and programmes to students as well as the Memorandum of Understanding, that each has signed with the foreign institutes/universities.

The major cause of concern, however, is whether DU and JNU fall under FCRA. A document by the Ministry of Home Affairs does state that all statutory bodies established under a Central Act and audi ted by the Comptroller & Auditor General of India are exempted from all the provisions of FCRA 2010.

It is highly likely that this decision will affect Delhi University largely as it has several collaborations with foreign institutions including MoUs with over 50 universities. This however, does not mean that DU receives funds from them. For instance, the Department of Germanic and Romance Studies has agreements with at least 10 European universities but in no case does a university send funds to India.

The de-licensing has caused about 971 organisations to be stripped of their registration since the month of May under the FCRA. The premiere non-profit bodies that have hit the list are the Supreme Court Bar Association, Indian Law Institute, Gujarat National Law University, School of Planning and Architecture, Escorts Heart Institute among others.

Guidelines for admission through Delhi University NCWEB

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The admission process for Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) commenced on June 8. The registrations are open where the students can collect their offline pre-admission OMR forms as well as the admission pamphlet from the four stipulated centres which – PGDAV College, Maharaja Agrasen College, SPM College and Kalindi College.

The first day saw a huge number of forms being sold, as many as 13000 wherein 6000 have already been submitted. The application forms can be collected from the designated colleges between 10 am and 3 pm, at a cost of Rs 20. Candidates can select the college and course they want to pursue in the pre-admission forms which can be submitted till June 24, 2015. A total of 284 seats are available for BA Programme and that for B Com applicants, 184 seats are on offer in all centres together.

Certain guidelines for admission are: The candidates should use only blue or black ball point pen while filling the form and must submit original documents along with the form. For B.A programme they have to mention one language and three subjects with highest scores, where one can be a vocational subject. Similarly, they can include a vocational subject for B.Com, along with one language, Accountancy and Business Studies. Students from other stream may also apply for B com, but with a deduction of 5% marks in their best of four. NCWEB does not allow its students to migrate or change their teaching centre after taking admission.

Delhi University NCWEB sells around 6000 forms on the first day

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With the beginning of the registration process of Delhi’s University Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), the first day saw around 6000 forms being sold according to a release.

The application process is offline and students can collect the pre-admission optical mark recognition (OMR) form, along with the admission pamphlet from four centres — Kalindi College, Shyama Prasad Mukherji College, Maharaja Agrasen College and PGDAV College between 10.00 am and 3.00 pm.

Candidates can select the college and course they want to pursue in the pre-admission forms which can be submitted till June 24, 2015. A total of 284 seats are available for BA Programme and that for B Com applicants, 184 seats are on offer in all centres together.

The admission criteria is slightly different from the rest of the University colleges as candidates shall be allowed under this to include not more than one vocational subject in the best of four marks. For BA programme, the student must include one language and three best scored subjects wherein one can be vocational.

Only women students residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi can enrol themselves as students of the NCWEB, a unique system with lectures on weekends leaving students with five working days to follow their dream.

Forms for CIC, DU available from June 29

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With the admission process of the University of Delhi gaining momentum, the Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC) in DU has now invited applications for its undergraduate programmes. The dates for submission of application and writing the entrance exam have been announced, as well.

The institute boasts of providing a four-year course in B.Tech which involves information technology and mathematical innovations, CIC offers only 40 seats to the candidates. The centre also provides courses like BA(Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences, which are based on the Meta College “design your degree” concept.

Although, the process of admission is likely to begin from June 29 but the university officials are conducting two pre-admission counselling sessions called ‘Open Days’ on June 11 and 12.

Availability of application forms: June 29, 10 am onwards.
Last date to submit the application form: July 28, till 5 pm. All students who apply for the course are supposed to take the written examination on August 2, the results of which are scheduled to be announced on August 6. Interviews and admissions will start within a week from the date of declaration of the entrance test results. The interested candidates must clear class 12 board exams from CBSE or any equivalent board recognised nationally with 60 percent aggregate marks in their best of four subjects.

The main aim of CIC is innovation and research that allows students to incubate ideas that are innovative and have a social impact.

Notification for Admission in Delhi University

Delhi University Admission 2015-2016

Delhi University is the oldest and one of the top universities in the world. It has its own charm and status. It is the most renowned university in the country. It is everyone dreams to get admission into this university. Students from nation as well as different countries rush to take admission here.

Delhi University published a latest notification regarding the admission process for the under graduate & post graduate courses for the session 2015-16. Delhi University will also conduct an entrance exam to the admission in their colleges for some courses..

There are approx 70 colleges who invite applicants for under graduate courses.

Important Dates:

Online application will start from 28 May 2015. This process will close on 25 June 2015.

Offline mode for application at registration centers will be available from June 5, 2015.

Note: Students who wish to take admission in St. Stephens College and Jesus and Mary College will have to fill separate admission form. They have their separate admission process.

For sports students: Students who are sporty and wish to take admission in the University under sports quota will have to follow separate admission process. They are required to fill the separate form which will available at the respective university.

Entrance exams: There are some courses in the Delhi University for which the university will conduct an entrance exam. Such courses are BMS, BFIA, and Business economics. To pursue these courses, students need to fill a form for entrance exam first, after clearing the exam he/she may pursue the above courses.

CDOL: The students who are doing other full time courses side by side and unable to pursue graduation on regular basis, then for those, DU offered graduation from distance learning mode. Other students who wish to do graduation from distance mode may apply.

Help desk: Students who have any kind of problem regarding the admission procedure or wants to take information regarding the same may take help from help desk. This will remain open in open days ( 21 may 2015 to 31 May 2015)

DU CUT-OFFS: Inching nearly 100 PERCENT

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With the date of announcement of CBSE and ISC results for Class 12 coming out anytime soon, Delhi University aspirants are dreading the cut-off. With students like Arkya Chatterjee from Kolkata scoring as high as 99.75 percent in ISC Board Exams, the anticipation regarding CBSE Board results has only increased and students might be inching towards a perfect 100. There will be a surge of announcements from colleges in Delhi University as soon as the CBSE results are announced. The cut-off will depend majorly on the results of the students. Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the cut-offs because of the consistent scoring of the students.

As a result, the cut-offs this year are expected to reach as high as 100 percent for the academic year 2015. Science students are under the most threat of the rising cut-off, since they have an option to opt for Humanities and Commerce as well. With percentages increasing every year and with limited seats in colleges like Lady Shri Ram, Shri Ram College of Commerce, Hindu and St. Stephen’s College might be disappointing news for many students. Many colleges take into account the best of four, even though the overall aggregate is out of five subjects.

Colleges will soon release a required percentage and minimum marks and students who fulfill the criteria will start applying in the subsequent days. A separate cut-off will be announced for students belonging to Other Backward Classes (OBC) and Scheduled Castes (SC), based on the reservation guidelines set up by the Government of India. Students, who wish to get admission on the basis of extra-curricular activity and sports, will have to apply separately to each college by giving an audition/performance. Let’s just hope that despite the sky-high cut-offs, students get admission into the course of their choice.

Schedule of Delhi University Admissions 2015-16

Delhi University Admission 2015-2016

Delhi University is one of the most prestigious universities of the country with lakhs of students applying for admissions into it every year. With the board result out, Delhi University published the schedule for admission into the Under Graduate (UG) programs on their official website http://www.du.ac.in/du/index.php?page=ug-admission. The online registrations are slated to commence from May 28 whereas the offline registrations (offline sale/receipt of forms) will begin from June 5.

Offline registrations will be possible only at eight centres, listed below:

  • Dyal Singh College,
  • Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma (ARSD) College,
  • Gargi College,
  • PGDAV College,
  • Maharaja Agrasen College,
  • Rajdhani College,
  • Sri Guru Gobind Singh College
  • Shyam Lal College

The details of the schedule are as followed:

Expected date of issuance Admissions and payment of fees till
First cut-off list June 25 June 27
Second cut-off list June 30 July 2
Third cut-off list July 4 July 7
Fourth cut-off list July 9 July 11
Fifth cut-off list July 14 July 16
Sixth cut-off list July 20 July 22
Seventh cut-off list July 24 July 27

Choice Based Credit System replaced percentage score in Delhi University

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The joint registrar of Delhi University has decided to use the University Grants Commission’s Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) in scoring in examinations in place of percentage score. The Joint Registrar of academics in DU informed all the colleges On April 29 that they must kick their preparation off to implement CBCS from the next educational session.

The decision emerged following a meeting between the deans of the colleges and the Vice-Chancellor of DU, Dinesh Singh on April 23 in which the Executive Council of the university affiliated to to go ahead with CBCS for 19 B.A and B.Sc courses.

Regarding this, a letter has been sent to the all colleges asking them to introduce the syllabus according to the guidelines of the UGC. All rules and regulations, model curriculum and syllabus structure has been made available on the official website of the UGC.

A few months ago, the faculties of DU colleges objected the implementation of the CBCS, saying that it will be difficult for the University to accommodate with three different systems for each academic year- CBCS in the first year, semester system in the second year and the FYUP in the third year.

According to the UGC, whose key plan is the opening of choice based credit system to allow students to transfer across universities in India and overseas also. This system will be no character translation problem or discrepancy scheme in scoring among universities. This enables students to choose courses that they love to learn at their own pace, to take additional courses for additional credits and adopt an interactive approach to learning.

The UGC has taken a number of steps to improve the efficiency and excellence in higher education, and this has led to significant improvements in the standards of education. But as a consequence of the universities in India after evaluating various systems, students experience the receipt of their credentials across the University system, as well as employment agencies.

In order to solve this problem, guidelines for the adoption of a unified credit system have been proposed. The credits obtained by students can be transferred and this would help them in case they need to migrate from one College to another.

DU Would Installs Special Technology for Blind Students in Libraries

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Delhi University is preparing to install a special technology to scan books and transcribe text to speech in all its libraries as it will be benefit visually-challenged students at a large scale. Several software has been allocated to make a suitable package in the course of the University Equal opportunity Cell.

According to an Officer on Special Duty at EOC, there are some universities in the country that have taken steps to meet the demands of blind students to provide the same learning same atmosphere. Another EOC official Bipin Tiwari said that certain universities in foreign countries to facilitate blind students to study and work in an independent fashion alike other students. But, in India, we are first university providing reading machines and accessible system to blind students.

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