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Admission in Delhi University : Non-collegiate women’s education board

Admission in Non-collegiate women’s education board

i) B.A. (Pass) and B.Com. (Pass) courses are available only for girl students in Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board.

ii) Centres of Teaching for NCWEB are
a) Indraprastha College
b) Lakshmi Bai College
c) Kalindi College
d) Jesus & Mary College
e) Maiteryi College
f) Shyamaprashad Mukherjee College
g) Vivekananda College h) Mata Sundari College
i) Janki Devi Mahavidyalaya
j) DAV Model Sr. Sec. School , Shalimar Bagh.

iii) Dates for admission are (As given under heading “Important Dates”).

iv) For further information contact:
Director, Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board, Tutorial Building, Shri Guru Teg Bahadur, Delhi- 110007.

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Admission in Delhi University : Compartment Candidates

Compartment candidates

i) Compartment student may be given provisional admission in regular colleges, school of correspondence courses and non-collegiate women’s education board if they obtain the required minimum percentage of marks in the aggregate by adding minimum pass marks (33) of the subject in which he/she got compartment.

ii) If the student fails to appear or fails to pass the compartment exam, then his/her admission will be cancelled.

iii) Compartment students who are not eligible for provisional admission may, after clearing their compartment exam and securing at least 40% marks, be admitted in a college before the prescribed last date.

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Admission in Delhi University : Foreign Students

For foreign students seeking admission in regular colleges

i) At least 5% seats in first year of each course in colleges are reserved for foreign students.

ii) This reservation will not apply to those foreign students who have passed the qualifying exam from an Indian Board/University.

iii) Foreign students are required to apply to Foreign Students Advisor c/o Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi – 110 007.

iv) Students need not apply in colleges separately.

v) Foreign Student Advisor will issue a slip in the name of the principal of a particular college.

vi) On submitting the slip & fee in that college, the student can get admission.

vii) No student should be admitted to a college without prior approval of the Foreign Student Advisor.

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Admission in Delhi University : Student of Sikkim

For students of Sikkim in regular colleges

i) The number of seats as detailed below are reserved for students from Sikkim in colleges where hostel facilities are available.
Course No. of seats
B.A. (Pass) 3
B.A. (Hons.) 1
B.Com (Pass) 4
B.Com (Hons.) 2
B.Sc. (Gen.) Group A 2
B.Sc. (Gen.) Group B 2

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Admission in Delhi University : Student of Nepal

For students of Nepal in regular colleges

i) Relaxation to the extent of 5% in the minimum marks will be given to the nominee of Nepal Government/Royal Government of Bhutan.

ii) This relaxation will be counted in determining their eligibility for admission only.

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Admission in Delhi University : Physically Challenged

Reservation of seats for physically challenged candidates

i) 3% seats are reserved for the physically challenged candidates for admission to under-graduate courses, along with that they will get a relaxation of 5 % on the cut off list.

ii) Physically challenged candidates who secure admission on merit in general category should not be counted in 3% quota.

iii) The other modalities will be made available separately as and when finalised in this regard.

iv) Registration of the physically challenged candidates will be done only at the office of the Dean, Student Welfare (North Campus), from 10.00AM to 1.00 PM between June 6th to 20th June, 2004. Prescribed preliminary application forms will be available at the same office.

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Admission in Delhi University : Sports and Extra Curricular Activity

Admission in regular college on the basis of sports and extra curricular activity

i) 5% seats of total number of seats in each course are reserved for sports person.

ii) Students of this category have to apply through common admission form or college admission form separately for each course and each college.

iii) Students should write ’sports’ or ‘cultural’ in bold letters on the top of the form.

iv) Students should clearly mention their achievements in the form.

v) Photostat copies of the certificates of sports, cultural meets should be attached with the form.

vi) Students should contact each college separately to know the date of trial as it differs in every college.

vii) Students should meet the in-charge of every college personally to know what games do the colleges have.

viii) Admission is given on the basis of a merit list prepared by each college separately on the basis of certificate and personal performance of students.

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Admission in Delhi University : Armed Forces

Reservation of seats for children/widows/wives/officer & men of the armed forces including paramilitary personnel, killed/disabled in action or those who died/were disabled on duty

i) 5% of total number of seats are reserved in each course for students of this category.
ii) Students of this category have to register there at any of the following University

Registration Centres:
Sports Complex, North Campus
South Campus
Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
Rajdhani College

iii) Dates of registration are 6th June to 20th June, 2004.

iv) Students should apply with the required certificates in original as well as two attested/photostat copies thereof.

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Admission in Delhi University : SC/ST

For students of SC/ST category, admission in regular colleges

i) 221/2% seats of the total number of seats are reserved for SC/ST category students in the University.

ii) Students of this category need not apply separately in different colleges, but they have to register their names at any one of the University Registration Centres, i.e.
Sports Complex, opposite University cricket ground
South Campus
Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
Rajdhani College, Raja Garden

iii) Dates of registration will be announced soon.
iv) At the time of registration, students should have the following original certificates as well as two attested/photostat copies thereof.
Provisional certificate of Senior Se-condary Certificate examination (SSCE)
Marksheet of SSCE
SC/ST certificate (original of the candidate) from any of the prescribed officers

v) Students should bring SC/ST certificates issued in their own name.

vi) The original certificate will be returned to the candidate after endorsement on the photostat of the certificate.

vii) Student should clearly fill up the maximum no. colleges & course options in the form.

viii) The form should be properly filled.

ix) The student will be issued slips in the name of the college by the University.

x) The student should go to the allotted college and deposit the fee.

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Admission in Delhi University : General Category

Subject to availability of seats, admission will be made by the regular colleges

i) No student shall be denied admission on the basis of Gap period.

ii) Vocational subject would be considered for admission to BA (Pass)/BA Vocational Courses.

iii) For other courses, relevant vocational subject will be considered.

iv) Admission will be done on the basis of best four elective subjects including at least one language.

For students of general category for admission in regular colleges

i) The student should fill and submit, either a common admission form, issued by the Delhi University or college admission form, issued by each college separately, within the dates.

ii) Separate forms should be used for applying in different courses in different colleges.

iii) Common admission forms are available at university information centres or at any of the ABVP admission centres at the cost of Rs. 1/- each.

iv) Students can use the cut off list of last year of various colleges for selecting the colleges and courses of their choice.

v) After filling the form, the student should wait for the First Cut Off List, if his/her name appears or his/her marks lie within the percentage limit of the college. He should submit the fee in that college before the second list or dates issued by the University.

vi) If the student’s name appears in any of the second, third or fourth list in some other college or course of his/her choice, he/she can get admission in that college (if he/she had applied) and can withdraw his/her fee from previous college with some minor cuts.

vii) The student should keep the counter slip of the admission form carefully and should note down the course and college applied against the number or counter slip.

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