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DU Announces Admission Details for Stream Change and Students with MIL

July 07, 2016 01:55 PM 3 minute read , Banking / Finance / Accounts / Commerce , University of Delhi

DU Announces Admission Details for Stream Change and Students with MIL

Delhi University second cut-off list was announced recently basis which admissions for the academic sessions 2016 will be done. Aspirants from across the country have applied for the various UG courses offered by the university.

In an official notification, DU informed that deductions have been made in the percentage of students belonging to Commerce/Science stream who want to apply for BA courses on the request made by various colleges affiliated to DU. However, this stream change will also accompany percentage disadvantage for students. Applicants belonging to Arts or Science streams wishing to apply for B.Com programmes for the session 2016 will be at a percentage disadvantage.

Students can check the details with regards to the marks deduction for a change of UG stream on the official website of the university. Only students who want to secure admissions in BA and B.Com courses must refer to the percentage deduction.

Delhi University has also announced that it will give an advantage to students who have studied Modern Indian Languages (MIL) and want to get admission BA and B.Com programmes offered in various colleges of the university for the session 2016. This decision was also taken at the request of various colleges affiliated to DU.

Following are the percentage advantage that will be given to students who have studied MIL and aspire to take admission to BA/B.Com programmes:

University of Delhi-Colleges

Percentage Advantage (for language)

Aditi Mahavidyalaya

5% for Sanskrit students

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma

10% in Sanskrit only for students applying to BA

Bhagini Nivedita

10% in Sanskrit for seats in BA

Daulat Ram College

10% in Sanskrit for seats in BA

Bharati College

10% for Punjabi and Sanskrit students

Bhim Rao Ambedkar College

5% for Sanskrit and Urdu only for students applying to BA

Deshbandhu College

10% for Sindhi, Punjabi and Bengali only in BA

Dyal Singh College

10% for Punjabi, Bengali & Urdu and 1% for Sanskrit

Dyal Singh College (E)

10% for Urdu, Punjabi, Tamil and Sanskrit

Hindu College

10% for Sanskrit students

I.P. College for Women

5% for Sanskrit only for BA aspirants

Janki Devi Memorial College

2% in Sanskrit for students applying to BA and 1% (Sanskrit) in BCom

Kalindi College

5% for Sanskrit students

Kamla Nehru College

10% for Punjabi students

Kirori Mal College

Kirori Mal College in BA

Lakshmibai College

5% for Sanskrit and Punjabi students

Maitreyi College

8% for Punjabi, Bengali and Sanskrit students

Mata Sundari College

5% for Punjabi, Urdu and Sanskrit students

Motilal Nehru College

4% for Sanskrit students

Miranda House

10% in Punjabi, Bengali and Sanskrit for BA aspirants

PGDAV College

10% in Sanskrit for students applying for BA

PGDAV College (Evn)

10% for Sanskrit students

Rajdhani College

5% for Sanskrit students

Ramanujan College

10% for Punjabi students

Satyawati College

10% for Urdu and Sanskrit students

Sri Aurobindo College

3% for Sanskrit students

Sri Venkateswara College

10% in Telugu and Tamil, 5% in Sanskrit for students applying for BA and 10% in Telugu for BCom programmes

Swami Shraddhanand College

10% for Sanskrit students

Zakir Husain Delhi College

5% for Bengali and Urdu students

Zakir Husain Delhi College (E)

10% for Bengali and Urdu students

Also Read: DU Admissions 2016-17: Ramjas College Leads the First Cut-off List

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