Admissions 2017

Delhi University releases schedule for Sports Quota Admissions, Trials to begin from 27th July

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Delhi University has released its schedule for the sports trials for admissions session 2017-18. The trials are conducted every year to admit students to different courses and colleges on the basis of Sports Quota. The trials are going to start from 27th June onwards. Here is a complete list of the games, their trial date and time and the venue for the trials.

If you are one of the applicants, you need to bring a printed copy of your undergraduate form along with you when you appear for trials. Furthermore, applicants of some particular sports are requested to bring their own equipment. The release also forbid the entry of parents inside the venues of the trials.

While the University has the provision of admitting applicants who have represented the country at International level, other applicants who do not satisfy this criteria would have to appear for the trials. In past years, students of the University have gone forward to win medals at national and international levels. The University has produced several sports stars like Gautam Gambhir, Ajay Jadeja and many more.

Schedule for Sports trails
Schedule for Sports trials
Schedule for sports trails
Schedule for sports trials
Schedule for Sports trails
Schedule for Sports trials
Equipment required for sports
Equipment required for sports

You can download the PDF version of the same here.

The new season will start from 20th July onwards. The trials carry 60% of the total weightage while the certificates account for 40% of the total score. Candidates combined score would be used to calculate the overall merit list on the basis of which candidates would be offered admissions in various courses in various colleges.


Srivedant Kar
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Srivedant Kar is the associate editor of DU Beat. A journalism student at Cluster Innovation Centre, he spends more time thinking about tomorrow than today. Having interned with United Nations, he is an avid reader, fierce debater, poet and religious follower of politics who aspires to be a diplomat some day.

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