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DU Admissions 2009
As the Delhi University
begins with the sale and submission of the admission forms from Monday
onwards, the University is all buzzing with activity. The forms will be
available from June 1 to June 15, at 16 assigned centres throughout the
Here are the names of all the 16 centres:
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Securing the right percentage to make the cut off of your dream college at DU might be the foremost step. The next most important step is filling the admission form correctly.
If you're applying to the colleges affiliated to Delhi University, there are two options available.
One, you can fill up the centralized pre-admission forms. The admission forms are available at the 17 centres specified by the University. The forms are available from June 2 to June 16, the last date of submission being June 16.
Any number of colleges and any number of courses can be applied for through these forms. The advantage of the common admission forms is that you don't waste money on the individual admission forms of colleges.
WATCH OUT: St. Stephen's
College and Jesus & Mary College do not accept the Common admission
form. Individual forms need to be filled for admission.
1 In order to avoid rejection,
the candidate must ensure that
2. Use Blue or Black pen only.
3. Use the specimen copy for practice before filling up the actual Pre-admission Form.
4. The Pre-admission Form has two sides. After filling both sides, take photocopy of form on single page i.e. both sides, submit to any of the 17 centres and get it duly stamped on photocopy as acknowledgment.
5. Select the colleges you would like to study in and the course you would like to pursue by darkening appropriate bubble keeping in mind the cut-off percentages of the last academic year. Please remember that the cut-offs give only trends.
6. Information or data furnished on the Pre-admission Form is the sole responsibility of the applicant. Incomplete forms will be rejected.
7. All courses available in colleges for which registration is done through Pre-admission form are included in the form. However, courses for which entrance tests are held or done directly by colleges or students seeking admissions on sports or Extra Curricular Activities basis, candidates may contact the colleges concerned.
8. This is only a pre-admission form. Submission does not guarantee admission. Admission will be granted by colleges subject to fulfillment of prescribed eligibility criteria and is at the discretion of the colleges.
|Filling the Common Admission
The following steps will
help you to correctly fill in the Common Admission Form of DU and therefore
The First Question is about the candidate's name. A candidate has to write his/her full name in Capital letters only and darken the circle below each letter containing that particular alphabet. Remember to leave one box blank between the two parts of name i.e. the first name and the surname.
The Second Question is the Category column. You have to fill in the admission, form the category to which you belong i.e. General or OBC Non Creamy. Darken the circle in front of the category you belong to.
The Third Question relates to the gender, male or female.
The Fourth Question is related to the Name of the Examination Board from which the candidate has passed his/her senior secondary (class 12) or an equivalent examination. The options include CBSE, ISC (All India), Bihar Board, Haryana, Rajasthan, UP, Open School and Others.
The Fifth Question is about the year in which you passed the class XII examinations i.e. 2007, 2006 or 2005 or before 2005.
The Sixth Question contains the Date of Birth, wherein after mentioning the date of birth you also have to darken the circle below the number you have mentioned as your date of birth.
The Seventh Question is
about the Pin code.
The Ninth Question enquires about the status of result, whether passed, awaited or a compartment.
And the Final question is about the subjects the student opted for in the Board Examination, the maximum marks and the marks obtained in the particular subject. The subject code is mentioned in the Information Bulletin (Table A).
BE CARFEUL: After filling in the subject code, the next column is of the Maximum Marks and not of the Marks Obtained in the subject.
The next step is to turn the Form for filling in the colleges and the courses to apply for.
On the left side of the form, the names of the colleges (abbreviations) are mentioned in alphabetical order. The first 20 colleges mentioned are only Women's colleges, guys watch out for those names! After the women's colleges, the co-educational colleges have been mentioned.
What kind of questions
are asked in CATE?
You are expected to have knowledge of literature. You can be asked about the latest book by Salman Rushdie, Booker Prize winners etc. You can be asked to write an essay on the last book you read.
Where can I get the CATE
Unlike last year when the form was available only at the Arts faculty, this year the CATE form will be available at all the 17 colleges that accept the CATE score. Before you go there, donít forget to get a demand draft worth Rs 300 made by the State Bank of India in favour of the Registrar, University of Delhi.
I am a commerce student
(or a science student). I wish to apply for BA (English). What percentage
will be deducted for the purpose of computing best of four?
There is no uniform rule for that. It varies from one college to other. But we would suggest that you take admission in one of the colleges that accept the CATE score. This would nullify your decrease in percentage. (For CATE, your score should be at least 60 per cent in the best of four and at least 60 per cent in English).
Would the cut-off list
be put on the website?
The first cut off list will be out on June 22 and yes, it will be put up on DUís website.
If I donít make the cut
in the college of my choice in the first list, what should I do? Shall
I wait for the second list in the same college, or is it advisable to secure
a seat in some other college?
One must try to secure a seat immediately after the first list is declared. For that you must pay the fees and deposit your documents in the college X (where you have taken admission after the first list). After the admission, your documents will be returned, which you can use for the purpose of admission in other colleges after the second or third list.
In case you withdraw the admission, your fee is also returned after a small amount from it has been deducted.
Is it better to do BSc
(physics/ chemistry/ botany/zoology) from DU rather than a BE/BTech?
If you have got admission in a third tier engineering college, then BSc scores over an engineering degree. Thatís because this will help you save one year and in some cases also prepare you for the industry. Many of our students who graduate in chemistry or industrial chemistry or computer science get placements in big corporate houses.
Do students get jobs through
Yes, Delhi University has a Central Placement Cell (CPC) through which 732 students from 53 college got jobs in different companies this year.
The science department
has other programmes such as life sciences and physical sciences. Are they
better than the conventional physics/ chemistry/ zoology programmes?
One should give preference to an honours course if one plans to pursue a PG course in the future. One can get direct admission to an MSc course if one has secured 60 per cent marks in an honours programme.
But non-honours students must clear an entrance test, even if they have a score of 75 per cent marks in BSc.
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