Delhi University is located in the capital of the country, all students want to take admission in this university, students coming from outside Delhi are always confused in the cut-off, college, and admission process.
Can I take admission in Delhi University with less percentage?
On getting the less marks in 12th, the students suspect that they will not get admission in Delhi University or not?
Students seeking admission in Delhi University, who have 95% or more marks from CBSE or other boards, do not need to take much stress. The cut-off declaration is done by colleges for admission to Delhi University. And this high cut-off can also be scary.
They are the most worried students. Those who have less percentage in 12th class. In such a situation, first question is whether he can get admission in low marks or not?
The answer to this question is yes, one can get admission. But only in some courses and colleges.
There are many routes for getting admission even low marks in Delhi University
(1) Delhi University Entrance Test
Entrance-based (that is, based on written/practical tests depending on the course selected by an aspiring student). Admission to undergraduate courses based on entrance tests are offered by the University of Delhi through some of its colleges/departments in various streams of study.
Course to which Admission is based on Entrance Test
- B.A. (Honours) Business Economics
- Bachelor of Management Studies
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- B.A.(Honours) Humanities and Social Sciences
- B.A. (Honours) in Hindustani Music – Percussion (Tabla/ Pakhawaj)
- Bachelors in Elementary Education
- Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports
- B.A. (Honours) Multimedia and Mass Communication
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Hindustani Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Sitar/ Sarod/Guitar/ Violin/ Santoor)
- B.A (Honours) in Karnatak Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Veena/ Violin)
- Five Year Integrated Prog in Journalism in Delhi School of Journalism (in English andHindi)
(2) See previous year’s cut off properly
Last year cut off should be looked at in advance. Because it can be estimated in advancehow low cut off goes in which college. And then that college should be taken care of.
(3) Do not focus on top collages.
Top college like: Mostly north campus college – Shri Ram College of Commerce, Miranda House, Karori mal college, Hindu college, Hansraj College, Ramjas College, st. stephen’s college, Etc.
(4) Select a course in which cut off is less.
B.A. (Physical Education + Political Science)
B.A. (History + Political Science)
B.A. (NHE + Sociology)
B.A. (Mathematics + Psychology)
B.A. Prog. (Sanskrit + Philosophy)
(5) Use the option of admission under ECA (Extra Curricular Activates) and Sports Quota.
University of Delhi offers admission through ECA category in 14 Activities/Specialisation forvarious undergraduate programmes. Admissions under ECA are based on the Merit/Participation certificates of the Applicants.
Due to the unprecedented situation of COVID -19 pandemic and guidelines, Admissionbased on ECA will take place without the conduct of online/ offline Trials on this year.
(6) After 5th cut off, a lot of seats remain vacant.
Many students in Delhi University are interested in taking admission in the on-campuscollege. In such a situation, even after 5 cut offs, the seats in the off-campus collegeremain vacant.
At that time, off-campus colleges cut the cut-off considerably to fill their seats. Thestudents who have not got admission till the 5th cut off. should take care till the end.