Delhi University has released its plans for the 2014 admission process. Quite a few changes have been made from last year. With only five cut off lists as compared to the ten lists released last year for the General category, undergraduate admissions at Delhi University for the 2014-15 session will start from June 2. The last date for applications is June 16. The University will release full details of the admission process on Wednesday.
Unlike last year, students will be allowed to choose their preference of colleges and there will be no cap on the colleges a candidate can choose. The first cutoff list, as well admissions will start from June 24. As told to Times of India, DU sources said there will be no entrance test for non-professional courses like English and admission will be based on the merit list.
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. The student is being given the usual three days under each cutoff list to complete the enrollment process in the college.
Candidates will be able to apply for admission both online and offline. There will be no sale of forms in individual colleges, except for those candidates applying under sports and extra curricular activities categories.
The process of admission into Bachelor of Management Studies program is still under work. The possibility of scrapping the usual entrance exam for the course had been reported earlier this year. A committee has been set up to come up with a decision to either maintain the earlier process of admission based on entrance exam, followed by a personal interview or to create a new one. The committee is likely to come up with details by the end of this week.
The ‘Open Day’ sessions will be organised from May 22- 30 in North campus and May 24- 25 in South campus. An Open Day can be visited by aspirant candidates and their parents to clear any uncertainty about the admission process, college and subjects.
Update: For details on more information released by the University for the admission season, click here.
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