Admission process for undergraduate courses at University of Delhi closed on the 15th June 2015. Varsity invited applications for around 54000 seats for the upcoming session of 2015-16 and application forms were accepted both online and offline. Total registrations received by students of all categories via both the modes were recorded at 291817. This data excludes the applicants for BMS/BBA/BBE and B.El.Ed. Programme.

Find out our report for the details on individual categories, here.

Office of Dean of Students’ Welfare released the compiled report for the statistics on Admission today on the 19th June 2015. According to the statistics, 122020 female candidates have applied in comparison to 169731 male students. ‘Other’ category for third gender students was introduced for the first time in undergraduate admission applications and 66 students have applied under the same.

For the percentage-wise statistics, around 36000 applicants have secured 90% or above in their Class 12 Board Examinations. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has given University of Delhi the maximum number of aspirants with the number standing at 218872. Other applicants are from ISC or other state boards like UP, Bihar, Rajasthan etc.

Find out the full statistics, here:

TotalApplications 291817
Total applicants(Female) 122020
Total applicants(Male) 169731
Total applicants (Other) 66
Gen 178419
OBC 68867
SC 37085
ST 6270
Pwd1 460
Pwd2 137
Pwd3 434

Top 10 choices for Course

CourseOpted Total
B.A(Hons)English 90331
B.Com 71505
B.Com(Hons.) 68866
B.Sc(Hons)Chemistry 66987
B.Sc(Hons)Mathematics 66586
B.A(Hons)Economics 63264
B.Sc(Hons)Physics 62585
B.A(Hons) PoliticalScience 56408
B.Sc(Hons) ComputerScience 50317
B.A(Hons)History 47088


Board Wise Applicants

Category Total
CBSE 218872
ISC(AllIndia) 8311
UP 8293
Bihar 12705
Haryana 3332
Rajasthan 26693
OpenSchool 3763
Other 9846
GrandTotal 291815


Year of Passing

PassingYear Total
2015 246548
2014 35146
2013 6753
Before2013 3337
GrandTotal 291784


Status of Result

ResultStatus Total
Passed 287279
Awaited 995
Compartment 3438
GrandTotal 291712



Percentage Wise Applicants

Percentage Range Total
0-45 8106
45.01-50 10101
50.01-55 15674
55.01-60 21403
60.01-65 28082
65.01-70 32580
70.01-75 35268
75.01-80 35195
80.01-85 35597
85.01-90 33791
90.01-95 28999
95.01-100 6850
Grand Total 291646


School-Wise Applicants

School Total
Government 93692
Public 123398
Govt. Aided 16328
Other 33411


Study Medium Wise Applicants

Study Medium Total
English 163098
Hindi 48660
Other 1384

Information Source: Dean of Students’ Welfare

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Iresh Gupta
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Admission process for undergraduate courses at University of Delhi closed yesterday, on the 15th June 2015. Application forms that were accepted both online and offline, declared the closure at 4 PM for the physical sale and midnight for the online submission.

Varsity invited applications for around 54000 seats for the upcoming session of 2015-16. Total registrations received by students of all categories via both online and offline mode were recorded at 3,20,799 making it an average of six student contenders for one seat at the University.

59602 offline applications were sold at eight centres across Delhi University whereas 17300 and 11848 applications were received for BMS/BBA/BBE and B.El.Ed. Programme respectively.

For the online process, 343471 signups were recorded out of which 232049 applicants completed the registration. Of these, 144340 applications were received under the GEN category, 57299 for the OBC category, 24716 for SC, 4988 for ST and 705 from Persons with Disabilities.

Applications have increased by 46418 applications this year with the last year record standing at 274381 registrations.

Details of applications received for undergraduate admissions 2015-16
Details of applications received for undergraduate admissions 2015-16

The registrations for admission to St Stephen’s college and Jesus and Mary College, which had separate admission process being minority institutions, also ended at midnight.

According to a report by IBN Live, the centralised fitness tests for sports admission will be conducted from June 18 to June 20 at the DU polo ground. The aspirants will get a certificate which will be valid for all the sports trials to be conducted by individual colleges.

The first cut-off for the admission process will be released on 25th June and the students will be admitted under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).

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Information Source: Office, Dean of Students Welfare

Iresh Gupta
[email protected]

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarathi Parishad (ABVP Delhi) and Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) have launched a missed call number and a helpline number for DU admission aspirants for the upcoming admission period. Students can call on the helpline number to get any information about admissions in Delhi University.

By calling on the missed call number students will receive messages from ABVP regarding admission schedule, dates, cutoffs and regular updates. The helpline number will be monitored by the ABVP and DUSU volunteers to answer queries of aspiring students.

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Help desks for online admission at several places in Delhi have also been launched to help aspirants in filling form online at the spot. Two such centers are running at Vishwavidyalaya Metro Station and Arts Faculty. Up till the first half of 29th May 2015, the organisation recorded around 7000 missed calls to register for admission updates. Some 500 students also called up the helpline number which has been connected to 5 different lines.

“There is a lot of confusion pertaining to admissions each year in respect of what subjects to include and how to go about filling the form. For those who are applying online, such help is very important. Therefore, our team has been answering all the admission queries regularly and at physical sites we have been helping the students to fill the forms”, says Saket Bahuguna, State Secretary, ABVP Delhi.

Such centres have been set up in South Campus as well. Apart from this, such help centers will be set up at more than 15 places all over Delhi in all zones.

In relation to admissions, ABVP also demanded North Campus to be one of the centers for the offline admission process. After constants efforts by various such groups, Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College in North Campus was declared to be one of the centers for offline admissions.

Feature Image Credits: Saket Bahugna, ABVP