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DU releases 2022-23 admission coverage, CUET mandatory | Competitive Exams

Delhi University Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh on Tuesday launched the varsity’s admission coverage for the 2022-23 educational year and stated eligibility will probably be selected the premise of Common University Entrance Test marks.

The admissions to the college will probably be held by means of the frequent take a look at that has been made mandatory for moving into 45 central varsities within the nation. Till final year, admission to the Delhi University was on the premise of cut-offs marks in Class 12 board exams.

Calling the brand new admission coverage a landmark coverage, Singh stated that apart from the School of Open Learning and the National Collegiate Women’s Education Board, admission to all undergraduate programmes will solely be by means of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET).

“It is mandatory for all candidates to appear in CUET-2022, including those seeking admission to supernumerary seats. The eligibility criteria will be decided on the basis of marks obtained in CUET,” he stated.

In 50 per cent seats reserved for minority faculties, 85 per cent of the marks for admission will probably be taken from the CUET and the remaining 15 per cent will probably be determined by the universities, Singh stated.

Admission to non-reserved 50 per cent seats will probably be purely on the premise of CUET, he stated.

Minority faculties like Jesus and Mary, St Stephen’s and Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa have 50 per cent seats reserved for minority communities.

Haneet Gandhi, Dean (admissions), stated that candidates will have the ability to seem for the CUET solely in these topics which they’ve studied at school 12. The advantage may even be calculated on the premise of mixture of solely these topics during which the candidate has appeared within the CUET, she stated.

There will probably be no drawback to anybody on altering the stream, Gandhi stated.

There are three sections in CUET-2022. The first part is split into two elements and consists of 13 languages within the first half and 20 languages within the second half, she stated.

“It is mandatory for candidates to appear in at least one language for admission to the Delhi University, out of both these parts combined. The second section of the entrance exam consists of 27 domain specific topics. The third section is based on general knowledge which will be for admission to BA programmes only,” Gandhi stated.

She stated that for admission to a lot of the programmes of the Delhi University, a candidate has to decide on at the very least three topics from the second part, that’s the area particular topics.

The second part is classed as two lists B1 and B2. The candidates have to decide on the themes appropriately in order that not multiple topic is chosen at a time.

Gandhi stated that the eligibility for admission to mostB.Sc programs could be calculated on the premise of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology. It is mandatory to acquire at the very least 30 per cent marks in anyone language in CUET, she stated.

For admission to Bachelor of Arts, a candidate should seem within the entrance take a look at in anyone language from part one and in any three topics from the opposite part. Merit will probably be calculated on the premise of marks obtained by the candidate in the identical topic and language.

For admission to BA (Hons) Economics, it’s mandatory for the candidates to take the take a look at in Mathematics within the CUET. Merit for this will probably be calculated on the premise of marks obtained within the chosen language, Mathematics and any two topics, Gandhi stated.

A candidate can seem for CUET in a most of six topics, out of which one should be a language topic.

“Just like when we had cut-offs, we used to take best of four subject marks, similarly, here we will take into consideration the best score of CUET for admission to the Delhi University,” she added.

BBA, BMS and BBE candidates should seem in anyone language, Mathematics and as per part 3 of the CUET. For BA, B.Voc and B.Com programmes (popularly generally known as “pass” programs), candidates have the selection of a language together with one area particular topic and a normal examination or a three-subject take a look at.

For admission to linguistic programmes, candidates can select a specific language at CUET or take a take a look at in every other language.

“However, preference will be given to those appearing in the particular language. Centralized e-counselling will be done after the test,” Gandhi stated.

After the CUET outcomes are introduced, there will probably be an e-counselling by the college.

Vice Chancellor Singh stated that earlier than every counselling, the candidate will probably be given an opportunity to re-fill his or her choice.

There is a chance of three rounds of counselling being held, the third being a spot spherical, he stated, including that issues will probably be clearer as soon as the outcomes are introduced.

Gandhi stated that the college’s admission web site, which can have illustrative examples, will go reside on Wednesday.

He knowledgeable that chatbots may even work to assist the candidates for any data associated to the Delhi University.

“There will be a provision of help desk to assist the candidates in the selection of question papers and open house and webinars will also be organized to help the candidates” he stated.

The admission to School of Open Learning (SOL) and the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) will probably be on the premise of advantage.

The registration course of for admission to SOL and NCWEB will begin from May 6. 

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