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Delhi University : Courses

August 14, 2019 by Siddharth Anand  

Hello guys, I hope all of you are doing well, I am here with my new blog regarding Delhi University Courses, There are lots of courses available in DU, But I am going to tell a few of the many courses.


If you are interested to study in Delhi University, then this article is for you, in which we going to know about Delhi University courses.


UG COURSES


Undergraduate courses such as BA Program, BA (Honors), B Sc (Pass), B Sc (Honors), B Com , BP Ed, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and BA (Vocational Studies) are available in subjects like Hindi, physical education and sport sciences, Buddhist studies, Bengali, Assamese, Hindi journalism, Urdu, linguistics, statistics, operational research, music, Persian, philosophy, Punjabi, Sanskrit, psychology, mathematics, computer science, polymer science, home science, and fine arts. International languages such as French, Spanish, German, Arabic and Italian are also taught as undergraduate subjects. Food technology, social work, sociology, geography, political science, economics, history, and English; Regional language courses such as Sindhi, Telugu, Assamese and Manipuri; applied life sciences with agro-chemical and pest management, applied physical sciences (available in both analytical and industrial chemistry), biological sciences, instrumentation and functional Hindi and education. BA (Vocational Studies) programs are available in tourism management, office management and secretarial practice, management and marketing of insurance, small and medium enterprises, material management, human resource management and marketing management and retail business.


PG COURSES


Post Graduate programs such as M A, M PE, M Sc and post graduate diplomas are also available in many streams. Some of the latest post graduate programs available in Delhi university are; M Sc food and Nutrition, M Sc resource management and design application, M Sc fabric and apparel sciences, M Sc human development and childhood studies, M Sc development communication and extension, MA applied psychology, MA history, Master of physical education, one year PG diploma in molecular and biochemical technology, post graduate in dietetics and public health nutrition, post graduate in development theory (PGDT) course, regular intensive diploma in Bulgarian Courses; and additional optional courses such as MA French, MA German, MA Hispanic and MA Italian. Post graduate diploma in computer sciences is also available in Delhi University.



PhD COURSES


Ph D Courses are available in zoology, sociology, resource management & design application, psychology, linguistics, home science, genetics, fabrics & apparel science, computer science, Buddhist studies, adult continuing education & extension, social work, political science, microbiology, library information science, human development & childhood studies, geography, food & nutrition, development communication & extension, commerce, botany, anthropology, B Sc physical education & sports sciences and languages such as Hispanic, Persian, Italian, Arabic, Russian, Punjabi, German, and Sanskrit.


M Phil COURSES


M Phil courses are available in statistics, zoology, sociology, Sanskrit, social work, Punjabi, Russian Language, Persian language, political science, library information science, linguistics, Italian, Spanish, German, French, geography, commerce, Bulgarian language, clinical psychology, botany, Buddhist studies, biotechnology, anthropology, Arabic, and biotechnology.


These are some courses that are available in Delhi University, beside this there are lots more courses are available.

Some things to know about Delhi University

August 10, 2019 by Siddharth Anand  

University of Delhi is recognized as the biggest university of India which is also known as Delhi University, It is a public central university which is located in New Delhi, India. Delhi Universitywas founded in 1922 by an Act of the Central Legislative Assembly.


The main functions of this university are divided between the academic departments of the university and affiliated colleges. Under Delhi University there were three colleges, two faculties, and 750 students at its founding and the University of Delhi has since become India's largest institution of higher learning and listed among the largest in the world.


The university currently has 16 faculties and 86 departments which is distributed across its North and South campuses. Almost 3 lakhs of students studies in both campuses, The Vice President of India is the Vice Chancellor of Delhi University.


History of Delhi University:


Delhi University was established in 1922 as a teaching and residential university by the Britshers.


Delhi University was to be named as Prince Charles University but thanks to Rai Kedarnath who was a counselor to the Chief Commissioner of Delhi at that time and he also founded Ramjas College and is known as the founder of this college.


He suggested the name of that university as Delhi University, Hari Singh Gour served was the university's first vice chancellor of this university from 1922 to 1926.


But at that time only four colleges existed in Delhi and they are St. Stephen's College, Hindu College, Zakir Husain Delhi College and Ramjas College founded in 1917, and at that time this university had two faculties and approximately 750 numbers of students.


The silver jubilee year of the university happened in 1947 when India got freedom and the national flag was hoisted in the main building for the first time by Vijayendra Kasturi Ranga Varadaraja Rao but in that year no convocation ceremony was done due to the partition of India, But a special ceremony was held in 1948, the then Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru attended the function. Twenty five years later the golden jubilee celebrations of 1973 were attended by the then Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, Satyajit Ray, Amrita Pritam and M. S. Subbulakshmi.



Campuses:


There are 90 colleges and 16 faculties affiliated to the University of Delhi which is spread across Delhi.


North Campus and South Campus serve as the two main campuses of the University.



NORTH CAMPUS

 

North Campus has three founding colleges of the university which constituted the University of Delhi at the time when it was founded. North campus proper now has 13 colleges geographically centred on the Faculty of Arts, Science , Law and Management and the name if those colleges are Kirori Mal College, Daulat Ram College, Hansraj College, Hindu College, Lady Irwin College, Indraprastha College for Women, Miranda House, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies , SGTB Khalsa College. Ramjas College, Shri Ram College of Commerce, Satyawati College, Lakshmibai College, Shyam Lal College and Maharaja Agrasen College. The extended off campus also has colleges in the Ashok Vihar, Pitampura, Rajouri Garden and Netaji Subhash Place neighborhoods of Delhi. The campus also houses other centres and institutes of Delhi which include the Cluster Innovation Centre , Delhi School of Economics and Delhi School Of Journalism and also the Ambedkar Center for Biomedical Research (ACBR).

What is the meaning of cutoff? How it is done in Delhi University.

August 3, 2019 by Siddharth Anand  

Cut off, A word that troubles every student the most while getting admission in any school, colleges or in any university, Cut off marks are very high when you want to take admission in some world famous universities or colleges, So is in Delhi University, Delhi University cutoffis probably the most troubling word for a student, who sees his/her future in studying there.


So, what are cutoff marks and How Delhi University cutoffmark is done, We will discuss about these two things in brief in this blog.


If you also an aspirant to get admission in Delhi University then probably this article is going to help you a lot in many ways, So, without skipping any words, do read this article to the last point to get your answer.


What is cut off marks?


Cut off marks is the minimum marks that a student is required to get admission in any particular university, Although cut off marks of every university is different, It depends on their teaching standard, those colleges or university who are famous set their cut off marks very high, only few students get selected for that.


According as cut off marks, cut off list is published where you can check whether you are selected to take admission or not.


How cutoff system works in Delhi University.


The cutoff of Delhi University is different for different types of course; I am giving you some of the eligibility criteria of some courses.


DU Eligibility Criteria for UG Courses:


1. Minimum qualification is 12th passed/appearing with 75% aggregate of best four including 85% in English for general category.


2. A general candidate required Minimum of 60% in four subjects including mathematics, 54% for OBC candidates, and 48 %passing marks are required for SC/ST.


DU Eligibility Criteria for PG Courses:


1. Required B. Sc in related subjects or any branch of Science or Engineering with Physics and Mathematics passed with minimum 60% aggregate marks and 50% marks for B.Sc. (Hons) students.


2. B.Tech. /B.E. Electrical/ Electronics/ Electronics and Communication/ Instrumentation Engineering students must have 60% marks in their respective courses.


DU Eligibility Criteria for Merit Based Selection:


1. The Minimum Percentage for B.A (Vocational) and B.Com courses should be an aggregate of 40% marks in the qualifying examination.


2.The minimum percentage for BA (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) should be an aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination, The merit of a student will be calculated on the basis of one language and three best elective subjects (List A).


3. For B.A. (Hons.) Arabic, Hindi, Persian, Punjabi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Bengali an aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination is required. Candidates securing 40% marks in the aggregate and 50% marks in the subject concerned are also eligible for admission to the relevant Honors Course.

 

4. For BA (Hons) in French, German, Italian and Spanish 45% in the aggregate, in the qualifying examination.

DELHI UNIVERSITY ADMISSION 2018: ONLINE APPLICATION CLOSING

July 17, 2019 by Siddharth Anand  

Delhi University Admission 2018 online application is closing tomorrow i.e., June 7. The aspirants are advised to log on to the official website of the university, du.ac.in to fill the DU admission form online. Delhi University forms for different undergraduate, postgraduate and M.Phil/PhD programmes were made available online from May 15. Direct link and steps to fill the Delhi University admission form are given below.

The entrance examinations for different Bachelors, Masters and M.Phil courses would be conducted from June 17 to June 21, 2018, in three shifts, 8 to 10 am, 12 to 2 pm and 4 to 6 pm. The exam duration will be of 2 hours. Also, online application to Postgraduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law is open.

Steps to fill Delhi University form 2018:

  • Log on to du.ac.in or admission.du.ac.in

  • From the top menu, click on Undergraduate Admissions, Postgraduate admissions and M.Phil./Ph.D. Admissions, as applicable

  • On the new page, scroll down and click on UG/ PG/ M.Phil./Ph.D.  Admission Portal

  • A new DU Admission login Portal would open. Fresh applicants to use New User Registration link below the login space.

  • Enter required information and click on Register tab.

  • After successful registration, upload photograph, signature, ID proof, Class 10th Certificate. Enter more details as required.

  • Fill college and course preferences, centre preferences, preview the application proceed towards payment. Once you have made the payment you would not be allowed to make any changes.

  • Take a print out of the online application form as it would be required at the time of DU admission.

    Check- DU Last Year Cut-Off Trends | 2017
    For More useful Articles Related to Delhi University College and Life At For Regular Updates Related to DU Admission 2018


DELHI UNIVERSITY ADMISSION 2018: ONLINE APPLICATION CLOSING

July 17, 2019 by Siddharth Anand  

Delhi University Admission 2018 online application is closing tomorrow i.e., June 7. The aspirants are advised to log on to the official website of the university, du.ac.in to fill the DU admission form online. Delhi University forms for different undergraduate, postgraduate and M.Phil/PhD programmes were made available online from May 15. Direct link and steps to fill the Delhi University admission form are given below.

The entrance examinations for different Bachelors, Masters and M.Phil courses would be conducted from June 17 to June 21, 2018, in three shifts, 8 to 10 am, 12 to 2 pm and 4 to 6 pm. The exam duration will be of 2 hours. Also, online application to Postgraduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law is open.

Steps to fill Delhi University form 2018:

  • Log on to du.ac.in or admission.du.ac.in

  • From the top menu, click on Undergraduate Admissions, Postgraduate admissions and M.Phil./Ph.D. Admissions, as applicable

  • On the new page, scroll down and click on UG/ PG/ M.Phil./Ph.D.  Admission Portal

  • A new DU Admission login Portal would open. Fresh applicants to use New User Registration link below the login space.

  • Enter required information and click on Register tab.

  • After successful registration, upload photograph, signature, ID proof, Class 10th Certificate. Enter more details as required.

  • Fill college and course preferences, centre preferences, preview the application proceed towards payment. Once you have made the payment you would not be allowed to make any changes.

  • Take a print out of the online application form as it would be required at the time of DU admission.

    Check- DU Last Year Cut-Off Trends | 2017
    For More useful Articles Related to Delhi University College and Life At For Regular Updates Related to DU Admission 2018


DU FIRST CUT-OFF OUT, ADMISSION BEGIN: KEY THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

July 11, 2019 by Siddharth Anand  

The Delhi University will release first cut-off list on Friday which will initiate the admissions in the university. The university will come out with five cut-offs this year. The second, third, fourth and fifth lists will be announced on July 4, July 9, July 15 and July 20, respectively.

Few points to be kept in mind before students go to college and hunt the course:

How to proceed:-

Applicants should log in to the admission portal to choose a college and course from a list of colleges and courses they are eligible for, after the first list is declared. After meeting the cutoff requirement, applicant proceeds to the respective colleges for admission with original copies of all requisite documents.

The principal approves the admission after the applicant presents the documents to the college for verification. The provisional admission will be given in case documents cannot be verified online.

Admitted students have to produce originals of mandatory documents within a week of the last day of undergraduate admissions for forensic verification, failing the provisional admission may be cancelled.

A link will be received by the applicants on their portal to pay the fee online. Students should pay up within 24 hours after the approval of admission by the head of institution and save the acknowledgement slip bearing transaction ID, credit card/ debit card/ net banking details and date of transaction as a proof for future reference. The applicant is granted the provisional admission to the said college after successful payment of fees.

Documents to carry:-

The Students are required to carry a printout of the form from the admissions portal, the required supporting original documents along with their photocopies and three recent passport-size photographs.

The applicants are required to produce the following documents in original with two sets of self-attested photocopies at the time of admission — class 10 and 12 mark sheets, SC/ST/OBC/EWS/CW/KM certificate issued by the competent authority, OBC (non-creamy layer) certificate wherein the caste is in the OBC central list and EWS certificate or acknowledgement slips from competent authority certifying the applicant can claim reservation under this category.

Prefer course over college:-

Candidates should prefer course over college. Even principals of many north campus colleges advised students to choose course over college and take admission wherever meets with the eligibility criterion.

It is important to take admission in preferred course as their career depends on that and should not compromise with it. According to Manoj Khanna, the principal of Ramjas College, “The students should think their entire career is dependent on what course they choose for graduation. If they go for a college and not the course, they might end up choosing an unsuitable course for themselves”.

The students should understand that they will get a similar degree irrespective of the college they graduated from. All Delhi University colleges offer similar courses and students will get similar education everywhere. Even the degrees do not mention the name of the college students graduated from. For Delhi residents, in order to save time, efforts and energy, try to opt a college near your residence.

Options other than regular DU Colleges:-

Options such as the School of Open Learning (SOL) and Non-Collegiate Women Education Board (NCWEB) can be opted by students if not able to secure the seat in Delhi University in midst of soaring cut-offs. While the former invites the applications from all students, the is reserved for female candidates in Delhi.

SOL offers five undergraduate correspondence programmes: BA Programme, BCom, BCom (Hons), BA English (Hons) and BA Political Science (Hons). The online registration for these courses began on June 1 and would continue till July 31. Classes are likely to begin in September.

Candidates applying for these courses should keep in mind that the examinations are held in Delhi and they would attend a few classes held on weekends. Various skill-oriented professional courses in private universities can be opted by the students where they can study human resource management, retail management, hotel management, and fashion designing among other things.

NCWEB is another option for female residents of Delhi. It has over 24,000 students studying BA, BCom and MA programme at its 26 centres. Since its classes are held on Sundays, the women’s education board allows students to pursue a degree who cannot join regular college for various reasons. The board has also been conducting sessions on many employment opportunities in order to address placement concerns.

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