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Delhi University will release the DU JAT 2021 Results after 2-3 weeks of the exam day. Important information regarding the results of DU JAT 2021 can be found on this page. Candidates can visit the official website of the university, i.e. www.du.ac.in to view their results. The result of DU JAT 2021 consists of the names and ranks of the candidates who have been shortlisted for further selection rounds – Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The direct link to download DU JAT 2021 result will also be updated on this page.
Candidates must note that DU JAT 2021 Written Exam has 85% weightage, whereas Group Discussion and Interview have 15% weightage. On the basis of the result of Written Exam, Group Discussion, and Interview, the final merit list is prepared to complete the admission process.
Another important information that candidates must note is that they will get a time window to complete the change their preferences for course and college on the admission portal. The DU officials will not entertain any requests for changes after this deadline. Another thing that aspirants need to keep in mind is that they must select ‘No Preference’ for a course-college in which they are not seeking admission.
Candidates can follow the under-mentioned steps to check the DU JAT 2021 results.
Log on to the website ntaexam2021.cbtexam.in
Click on the 'Undergraduate Admissions' tab.
A new page will open you have to click on the ‘DU Entrance Test Results - 2021’ link.
DU JAT 2021 result will appear on your screen in a PDF format.
Download and take a print out of the result for future references.
The important dates related to the results of the DU JAT 2021 exam have been provided in the table given below.
DU JAT 2021 Examination Date
To be Announced
Declaration of DU JAT 2021 Result
To be Announced
To be Announced
The DU JAT normalization process is a standardization method to calculate the scores obtained by the candidates who appear in the DU JAT 2021 entrance exam which takes into account various factors. The normalization process for DU JAT 2021 was first introduced in the year 2018 by the University of Delhi.
As the DU JAT entrance exam is conducted across multiple shifts, there is a difference in the level of toughness. Even though a lot of effort is put to ensure that the difficulty level of the question papers across all shifts is inequity, it is likely that some shifts will have those question papers whose difficulty level will be higher than the others. In order to make sure that no candidate is in an advantageous or disadvantageous position due to the difficulty level of the questions papers, the raw scores obtained by the candidates are put through the normalization process. The DU JAT merit list is also prepared on the basis of the marks secured by the candidates after the normalization process is employed.
As explained above, the normalization process is used by the conducting authorities to ensure equality in marks obtained by the candidates in the DU JAT entrance examination. Here is how the DU JAT normalization process works:
First, the total marks obtained by the candidates in all the sections are summed up
The summed up marks will be the Raw Marks obtained by the candidates which will be equated using the Normalisation Process
An Equi-Percentile method will be employed on the raw marks of the candidates to normalize the raw scores
Next, the conversion of the scaled scores into percentile scores will be done which will be used to prepare the DU JAT merit list
The following factors will determine the rank of the candidates which will be updated on the DU JAT 2021 merit list:
The difficulty level of the examination
The total number of test-takers
The maximum marks obtained by the candidates in the DU JAT exam
The average score of the candidates obtained in the entrance exam
During the preparation of the DU JAT 2021 merit list, there will be a possibility of two or more candidates who will have the same percentile scores after the normalization process. In this case, a tie-breaking policy will be used by the DU JAT officials during the preparation of the DU JAT 2021 merit list. Here is how the tie-breaking policy will be employed:
Candidates with a higher Best of Four aggregate (including one language) in their 10+2 qualifying exam will be given priority
Candidates with higher entrance test scores will be preferred
Candidates with a higher Best of Five aggregate (including one language) will be given preference
Older age candidates (according to the class X certificate) will be prioritized
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