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DU School of Journalism to open registrations from 23 August, classes begin from 26 September

Delhi University’s School of Journalism will be admitting its first batch of students this year and the registration procedure for the same will commence from August 23. The registration for the five-year integrated course will continue till Sept 3, 2017.  The entrance for the same is scheduled to take place on 17th September.

The admission process will entail a national level entrance test which will be regulated by the university. Students with an aggregate of 50% in Class XII, regardless of their stream will be eligible to sit for the exam. The test will evaluate the aspirant’s expertise in current affairs, general knowledge and analytical and comprehension skills.

The registration fee for the general and OBC category candidates is Rs. 500 and the same for SC/ST category candidates is Rs. 250. The entrance in English will take place from 9-11 am, and the one in Hindi will take place from 2-4 pm. Both programmes will grant admission to sixty students each.

Since it is an integrated course, students can opt themselves out after completing their bachelors. However, if seats remain vacant at the end of three years, new batch of students will be permitted to sit for an entrance test for the post-graduation course.

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Lakshita Arora

lakshitaa@dubeat.com



Journalism has been called the “first rough draft of history”. D.U.B may be termed as the first rough draft of DU history. Freedom to Express.


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