The registration is done online where there’s one form for applying into almost all DU colleges, except for colleges like Jesus and Mary which has its own separate portal. It is extremely important to fill the form, failure in doing so might result in you losing your chance in the university.
The registration process begins in the third week of May and ends in the first week of June with the first admissions list coming out in the first week of June.
The registration portal is where you’ll find the cut off lists too. The cut-offs come a few days after the result is out. The first cut-offs might go as high as 98.5 for top colleges.
What you need to keep in mind is that you should get into whatever college you make to in the first cut-offs and switch your college later if you get a chance at a better college. There are as many as 10 cuts off lists that come out.
Some might get out even after the new session has begun. For the general category, most of the seats are taken by the 3rd or the 4th cut-off.
The registration form for the entrance exams is different and the exams are held mostly at the beginning of June and the results come out within a month. The entrances are for popular courses like Business Management Studies, Business Economics, Mass Communication etc.
The online registration this year starts from the 3rd week of May and ends in the 1st week of June. The Hall ticket will be released from the third week of June 2019 and the admissions list will start coming out in the second week of July.
DU JAT (Entrance Exam)
In 2020, Delhi University will conduct the Joint Admission Test in the fourth week of June.
It provides admissions to undergraduate management programmes. The exam is conducted online at different centres for two hours and is the basis for admissions to colleges offering Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), B.A (Hons) in Business Economics and BBA (FIA) programmes. The results will come out in July with the declaration of ranks and subsequent merit lists.
The final admissions will be held for around 1162 seats which are subject to variation depending upon the availability of seats. It is important to note that along with the student’s rank, their CBSE class 12th result defines their final rank.
Delhi University Open House
All the aspirants with doubts about the Delhi university admission process can visit the North Campus where the Open House is held.
An Open House is basically a session where several speakers clear out your doubts about the admissions process and the eligibility criteria. They may also provide information about the release of new courses and insights into how the whole system of admissions works.
Admissions (How to apply after clearing the cut-offs)
Once you’ve met the cut off requirements of a particular college, you need to go to the respective college with your admission slip printed from the website and carry your documents which include:
Scanned photograph and signature with maximum 50 KB of size
Identity Proof with a maximum size of 50 KB
Class 10 Board Exam Certificate
Class 12 certificate
Caste Certificate (if required)
Income Certificate (if required)
Sports Certificate (if required)
Certificates for Extra-Curricular Activities
Withdrawal and Re-Admission
If you are looking to switch colleges, you first need to visit the college you got admitted to, apply for withdrawal, get your documents back and go to the college you got into with them.
Note: The admissions into a particular cut off are applicable for a period of three days. One can be admitted to only one college at a time.
Admissions 2020 (PG)
The online registration starts in the third week of May and ends in the first week of June.
Admit Cards will be available by the second week of June.
The entrance exams would be conducted in the second week of June.
The result declaration will be on the 1st of July.
The notification about the first admissions list will be out in the last week of July.