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Entrance Tests to Decide the Fate of 1500 Seats
Now apart from meeting the high cutoffs of DU, students will also have to sit for entrance tests to make it to Delhi University (DU) this year.
The fate of around 1,500 DU seats will be decided by these entrance tests in courses like Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) and BA (Honors) Multimedia and Mass Communication.
The online registration for eight courses started on May 13 for BA (Hons) Business Economics, Bachelor of Business Administration (financial investment analysis), BTech (information technology and mathematical innovations) and Bachelors of Elementary Education (BElEd).
Last date to apply for these courses is May 31.
The dates for the written entrance tests for all these courses is between June 19 and 23 and the final results will be announced on or before July 4, officials said.
There are 413 seats under BMS, which are available in six colleges, including Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Deen Dayal Upadhyay College and Keshav Mahavidyalaya. The entrance test for this course will be held on June 20.
The number of seats for BTech (information technology and mathematical innovations) is 40. The written entrance test for this course will be of two hours duration and will be based on mathematics, reasoning and analytical abilities of 10+2 levels. The entrance test will be conducted on June 23.
Bachelor of Elementary Education (BElEd) has 400 seats that is offered in eight colleges — including Aditi Mahavidyala, Gargi, Jesus & Mary, Institute of Home Economics and Lady Sri Ram. The written test for this course will be held on June 20.
For around 54,000 undergraduate seats, the online registration for admission is likely to start from May 28 and end on June 16.
Admission is granted on cut-off basis for these seats.
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