Displaying five cutoff lists, DU admissions start from June 2

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 Applications for the session 2014-15 will be received by the college from June 2 to June 16. The last day of submitting filled applications is declared as June 16th, 2014.

There will be five cut of lists displayed and the first list as well as admissions will start from June 24.

According to news, the college option will be reintroduced in the centralized admission forms and there will be no cap on the colleges a candidate can choose. Moreover, this year there will be no entrance test for non-professional courses like English. The university will release full details of the admission process on Wednesday.

Re-defining the cut-offs- This year the DU admissions have revised their rules. The University introduced the four-year undergraduate program this year. The number of cutoffs for general candidates has been curtailed to five this year from 10.

Admissions to general category candidates may end by July 10, the last day of admissions for the fifth cutoff or earlier based on availability of seats in colleges till the last list.

 Three days have been given for admissions under each cutoff list and the candidates must complete the enrolment process within this period.

The rules this year are different from those of last year. Last year, the university decided to do away with the choice of colleges from the centralized admission forms. All the students needed to do was to choose courses for being eligible in all the colleges offering the course they had applied for.

Candidates can apply both online and offline. There will be no sale of forms in individual colleges, except for those candidates applying under sports and extracurricular activities categories.

 The entrance test for BA in English has been done away with completely and admissions will be based on cutoff.

Also, The University has also set up a committee to work on the admission plans for the Bachelor of Management Studies programme which is offered in six colleges as have a total of 840 seats. The committee is likely to come up with details by end of this week. Previously admission to this course was done based on entrance exam, followed by group discussion and personal interview.

Source:TOI

 

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