Delhi University Will Not Have Entrance Based Admission For Any New Course: DU Admissions 2020

DU Admissions 2020,

As earlier announced by the University of Delhi (DU), admission for any new course (DU Admissions 2020) will not be based on entrance Exam.

Mr. Pankaj Arora, The DU Admission's Dean, said: “They are trying to reschedule the process of admission so that it can be completed within the established timeframe and avoid further clashes with classes. In addition, new courses will not be offered for admission on the basis of admission and the entrance tests will be continued by the National Testing Agency (NIT). "

In addition, NTA and DU will jointly announce new full entry calendar for the year 2020 soon.

Every year, DU conducts the Delhi University Access Test (DUET) so that students can enroll in some UG courses in which B.A. (With Honors) Business Economics, Bachelor of Business Administration (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis), B.Tech (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovation), B.A. (Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences, Bachelor of Elementary Education and Integrated Five Year Program in Journalism.

Earlier, DU was thinking of taking mandatory entrance exam for all courses at UG level. But as the officer has confirmed, the previous pattern for admission will be followed on the basis of admission.

In fact, in December 2019, the university team launched an online form looking for suggestions to improve the admission process and make it more student friendly. And so, up to 210 responses were received in the first round and suggestions were mainly on the need for one-time document verification for unique forms for admission to a respected university.

Regarding the admission process for the year 2020, Arora said: “We are currently analyzing the proposed suggestions and will include those already involved in the next admission process. Based on the feedback from people, we have taken the process forward and new suggestions can now be sent by 31 January.

He also mentioned that “The submission of a single form is being considered for admission to various courses, as each university has a different requirement and presenting a unique form will be a challenge. However, we are trying to reduce the documentation and the entire process to fill multiple forms at the time of entry. "

It is assumed that enrollment for admission to undergraduate courses (UG) can start from the first week of April.

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