Admissions 2016

Delhi University releases PG Admission Guidelines and entrance dates

Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr

University of Delhi has released the long-awaited guidelines and dates for Masters and Post-graduation admissions for the 2016-17 session and has decided to keep the entire registration process online. The rationale behind the move has been to facilitate easy access to students from all over the country and abroad. The online registration is also mandatory for those seeking admission to post graduate courses being offered at School of Open Learning (SOL) and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB). 

The registration is set to begin from 6.00 p.m., 28 April 2016 and will end on midnight, May 24, 2016. All admission seekers will need to register through the online PG Admissions Portal, and will be able to access all necessary documents and information like the admit card, centre allocation, results and venues of group discussions etc online as well. The entrance exams are likely to be held between June 19 and June 23, 2016.

For the first time, provisions have been made to conduct the entrances all across the country. The selected locations are Bengaluru, Nagpur, Delhi, Jammu, Varanasi and Kolkata. The format of the exam will be multiple choice questions and the duration of the exam will be 2 hours. In the case of certain foreign languages, including Persian, subjective questions will be asked and will need to be answered in the space given in the question booklet itself.

The registration fee is Rs. 500 for General and OBC applicants and Rs 250 for SC and ST applicants.

For entrance test dates, examination specifications and more, you may take a look at the University PG Information Portal here. 

Shubham Kaushik

[email protected]

Shubham swears by three Fs in life: Fall Out Boy, Feminism and Food, and hopes to combine them into an amazing book someday. Staunchly against heteronormativity and a believer in the power of hugs, she considers herself a pop-culture 'activist' and a crusader against the stigma attached to fanfiction. A student of Economics at Miranda House, she likes indulging in discussions about the fragility of money and the absurdity of life. Find her reblogging memes on Tumblr or drop her a word at [email protected] if you want to discuss bands, books or have a nice pun to share.

Comments are closed.