Delhi University admission


The registrations for admissions for various courses of Delhi University is likely to begin in the last week of April. As compared to last year, this year the registration would start a month early to avoid the last minute rush for admissions into top colleges.

Early registrations

The early registrations for admissions will start towards end of April and continue till June as usual. Online registration process are likely to begin by third week of April. “There are some dates that are being considered. One of the dates suggested is April 20 but it could be anytime between April 20 and 25”, said one of the members of the admission committee. The university had earlier thought to open the registrations in March but the plan could not materialize.

Unlike last year, where students got only 15 days for registration, this year they would get nearly one and half months for registrations. “Board results are announced in May end but students can start filling the application form in advance. It will give them time to upload all documents and once the results are announced they can just fill their marks,” said the admission committee member.

No Entrance, admissions to be based on Cut Offs

Although university was mulling over plans to conduct entrance for some of its regular courses like commerce and economics early this year, but the plans have been scrapped. Admission for these courses will be based on the traditional cut off marks. However, entrance will be held for the courses which admitted students of the basis of entrance earlier too.

“There will be no entrance test for any new course. Entrance tests will only be conducted for courses for which we were conducting entrance test earlier also,” an official said. DU conducts entrance tests for courses such as B.Tech in IT & Mathematical Innovations, B.A (Hons.) in Humanities and Social Sciences, Bachelor of Management Studies, BA (Hons) Business Economics, Bachelor of Business Administration (financial investment analysis).


(With inputs from Hindustan Times)


Srivedant Kar

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With the admission season officially beginning tomorrow in Delhi University, here is the information that you need to keep in mind.

1. The Information Centres:

The Offline Application Form for DU 2014 admissions in different colleges can be accessed at the information centres provided below –


Daulat Ram College, North Campus

Hansraj College, North  Campus

SGTB Khalsa College, North Campus

Indraprastha College for Women, Sham Nath Marg

Swami Sharadhanand College, Alipur

Zakir Husain Delhi College, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg

Kalindi  College, East Patel Nagar


A.R.S.D. College, Dhaula Kuan

Gargi College, Siri Fort  Road

P.G.D.A.V. College, Nehru Nagar, Ring Road

Dyal Singh  College, Lodi Road

Deshbandhu College, Kalkaji


Shyam Lal College, Shahdara

Maharaja Agrasen College Vasundhra Enclave

Vivekananda  College, Vivek Vihar


Rajdhani College, Raja Garden

Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College, Punjabi Bagh

Bhaskracharya College of Applied Sciences, Dwarka



2. Connectivity:

If you are travelling by metro, here is a list of the metro stations nearest to the colleges: Metro connectivity to DU colleges

Notice for people travelling by car: Vehicular movement will be restricted from Vishwavidyalaya Metro Station to Delhi School of Economics on Chhatra Marg and on GTB Khalsa Road (North Campus) from 9.00 am to 2.00 pm w.e.f. 2nd June to 16th June 2014 (except 8th & 15th June 2014 being Sunday).

Parking of the private vehicles would be owners’ responsibility at their own risk. Only the vehicles with valid University stickers will be allowed entry.

3. Common Admission forms/OMR Forms:


1.These will be available at the Information Centres mentioned above from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm excluding Sundays.

2.The Online Pre-admission form is common for all the courses listed in the form and valid for all colleges except Stephen’s College and Jesus & Mary College.

3. The OMR form is common for all colleges except  St.Stephens and Jesus and Mary College. Contact the college for the form.

4. Only photograph required during filling application.

Cost of the offline form:
For General Category – Rupees One Hundred and Fifty  (Rs. 150/-)

For SC/ST Category – Rupees Seventy  (Rs. 70/-).


The form will go live on the University website: www.du.ac.in

Cost of the online form:

For General Category – Rupees One Hundred  (Rs. 100/-)

For SC/ST Category- Rupees Fifty  (Rs. 50/-)


5.Very important stuff:

We strongly suggest you carry:

  • One maybe two water bottles
  • An umbrella
  • Black/blue ball point pens
  • Glue stick

Weather: At all cost avoid satin, black, glitter and anything blingy. Summer in Delhi can be stroke inducing. Click here if you don’t believe us:Weather in Delhi

Delhi University Admission Helpline:011-40360360

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The Delhi High Court has passed the plea filed by Mata Sundari College for Women to allow the four minority colleges to exempt the 27% reserved seats for the students from Other Backward Classes (OBC) category.

The minority colleges include Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Guru Gobind Singh College, and Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College including Mata Sundari College for Women. These colleges come under Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC), constituted under the Delhi Sikh Gurdwaras Act.

In August 2011, the above mentioned colleges won minority status which allowed them to exempt 50% reservation from other categories. Earlier this week Mata Sundari College for Women appealed to the High Court to exempt the 27% OBC quota.

In response to why only the OBC quota has been removed, Dr. Kawaljit Kaur, principal of the college said, “It is the order of the court. As the minority status has not been confirmed yet, we had to seek for the exemption from the court for the OBC quota. As of now, only temporary relief has been given to the college only for this year. Till now, we have not received any order in written from the court. We have only read about this in the newspaper.”

According to her, the OBC reservation should not be applicable to the minority institutions because their management is seeking for a minority status under which 50% can be reserved for their own minority but the college does not plan to remove SC/ST quota.“We have been admitting SC/ST and People with disability (PWD) students all this time and we will continue this practice.” She said.

Since the 27% seats from the OBC quota have been exempted, Dr. Kawaljit Kaur said that these seats will now be distributed among the General category candidates.“Since it has not been confirmed, we will be admitting minority students with a little relaxation in their marks as per the previous years.” She added.